Horse Driving

Chester Weber

Chester Weber has been named the U.S. Equestrian Federation Four-in-Hand Driving Champion for eight years in a row. Weber was also named a 2008 USEF Equestrian of Honor and his horse, Jamaica, took home top honors as the 2008 Farnam Platform/USEF Horse of the Year. International honors include an Individual Silver Medal in the Four-in-Hand World Driving Championships in Beesd, The Netherlands, a team Silver and individual fifth at the 2002 FEI World Equestrian Games, and two wins at the German Fahrderby held at CAI-A Riesenbeck.

At 18 years old, Chester was the youngest driver to be named to the United States Equestrian Team (USET) and to qualify for the World Pairs Driving Championship. By 1999, Chester had won 12 consecutive Advanced combined driving events and then transitioned to Four-in-Hand driving, where he has made a name for himself internationally.

In addition to his rigorous competition schedule, Weber actively promotes the sport of combined driving. He serves in the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) at the highest levels of the sport. He is currently on the Board of Directors, the High Performance Driving Committee, the National Driving Committee, the Safety Committee and he is also Chairman of the Active Athletes Committee and the Dressage Search Committee.

"Feeding is a major part of the management so this is where we use KER`s expertise."

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