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Chester Webber at the World Equestrian Games

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Combined Driver Chester Weber, 35, whose name has become synonymous with Four-in-Hand driving throughout the world, is the first driver to win the USEF National Four-In-Hand Driving Championships eight consecutive years in a row. Well known for being a driver who sets goals and achieves them, Weber, of Ocala, FL, is representing the United States at the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games as America's "golden opportunity" for a medal. In addition to his rigorous competition schedule, and his role as a member of the Arenus team of EQUILITE Ambassadors, Weber actively promotes the sport of combined driving. He serves at the highest levels of the sport in the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF): on the Board of Directors, the High Performance Driving Committee, the National Driving Committee, the Safety Committee and as Chairman of the Active Athletes Committee and Dressage Search Committee. Chester and his stable manager, Olof Larsson, rely on Arenus's EQUILITE brand products to keep their team driving at peak condition. "I've seen my horses respond very well to the SORE NO-MORE liniment and I especially like the back brace for my driving horses," he says.

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