At just six years of age he has racked up two wins at CAI’s in the US and 2 national wins in both the lead and in the wheel. He has a willing character and exhibits extraordinary movement. Moreover, his stylish uphill body type gives him what it takes to command the respect he deserves.
Boris has been used in the top team in the left lead in dressage along with both Splash and has been in the left wheel next to the more seasoned Senate and Para in wheel. It is more than apparent that he will not only make a great partner for one of the stars in the wheel, he has all of the class and expression necessary to deserve a position in the lead at the international competitions. There is little doubt that he will be part of the top team for the next WEG. Team Weber has had Boris since he was four and the tired less work from our entire team has helped to develop this star into what he is today.
Found as a youngster in Holland by Mieke Van Tergouw and an offspring of her top horse Talos it became apparent that he was going to be valuable to team Weber when we first set eyes on him. After the past three shows in Ocala this winter it has become apparent the new leader with the big trot and expressive frame is a force to be reckoned with. Boris is an eager and energetic horse that has a great work ethic and seems to thrive from riding as a big part of his training