Excel Dressage to CUatX for Equestrian Fashion and Performance


Excel Dressage to CUatX for Equestrian Fashion and Performance

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Amy Speck-Kern and Amadeus

Loxahatchee, FL (November 4, 2017) – Bringing their best to the dressage arena is the mission of Excel Dressage, and through their new partnership with CUatX Tack, all of Excel’s horses and riders will be decked out in the latest fashion and performance tack and apparel from around the world. A distributor of Montar breeches, Kingsley saddles, bridles, girths, and boots, Bi-Polar Magnetic Horse Therapy products, a diverse line of sporty saddlepads, bits, and Effol leather care products.

Their partnership with Excel Dressage marks the beginning of the recently launched online store’s team of sponsored riders, and Excel’s Amy Speck-Kern just wrapped up her 2017 show season with top placings in the Intermediare II and Prix St. Georges during October’s USDF Region 3 Dressage Championships at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center.

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A few favorites among Excel’s collection of CUatX products are the Merino Wool saddlepads, stylish and performance focused Montar breeches, and a custom set of black and silver marbled Kinglsey boots.

For more information on the equestrian products available through CUatX, visit their website, www.CUatXTack.com!

Excel Dressage was founded by Speck-Kern in 2010 and offers training, showing, and sales of top caliber dressage horses in Loxahatchee, Florida, just minutes from Wellington’s equestrian center. After beginning her career with Olympic Bronze Medalist Michael Poulin and “S” Judge Sharon Poulin, Speck-Kern’s naturally quiet and effective riding style and training method drew a strong client base of competitive amateurs. A successful FEI competitor, Speck-Kern was ranked top in the nation at the 2016 Markel/USEF National Young Horse Championships aboard the Kathryn Hoog’s KWPN mare Gerona, and has developed a base of international adult amateurs that compete through the FEI level. Excel Dressage imports a select number of exceptional sales and show prospects each year, and Speck-Kern is also an equestrian Ambassador for the Kids Cancer Foundation as a way to give back to the research and therapies that saved her life when she was diagnosed with Acute Myleoid Leukemia at 18. With her sights set on eventually obtaining an international judges accreditation, she was recently accepted into the USEF “r” program and continues to develop her string of competition horses.

For more information on Amy Speck-Kern, Excel Dressage, or its services visit www.ExcelDressage.com or call 414 550 1176. Follow Excel Dressage on Facebook or Instagram (@amydressur)!

Media contact:
Equinium Sports Marketing, LLC
Holly Johnson
+1 954 205 7992
All photos property of Equinium/Excel Dressage



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