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Weber Wins Unprecedented 10th USEF National Four-In-Hand Championship

RELEASE: October 6, 2013
AUTHOR/ADMINISTRATOR: Andrew Minnick

Chester Weber, Ten Time USEF National FOur-in-Hand Driving Champion (Pics of You)
Chester Weber, Ten Time USEF National FOur-in-Hand Driving Champion (Pics of You)
Lexington, Kentucky
- Rain fell for most of Sunday morning at the Kentucky Classic CDE, it fell so hard that Competition would eventually be stopped, but not before two individual drivers hit career milestones. Leslie Berndl earned her first USEF National Single Horse Driving Championship, and Chester Weber made it an official decade of dominance with his impressive and unprecedented tenth USEF National Four-in-Hand Driving Championship.

Weber (Ocala, Florida) held a sixteen penalty lead heading into Sunday's cones phase. By guiding he and Jane Clark's team of Dutch Warmbloods deftly through the obstacles he emerged from the ring with 9.06 penalties, and his tenth USEF Four-in-Hand National Championship. For Weber it's another feather in the cap of an already very successful season. With his success in Europe over the summer, a 2014 WEG test event win at CAI-Caen, a win at CAIO Saumur, and top three finishes at Beekbergen and Aachen, this landmark national championship makes Weber's 2013 campaign one of the best in recent memory.

Weber finished on a total score of 141.20. Finishing second was Jimmy Fairclough (Newtown, New Jersey) on a score of 173.95.

For complete final scores click here.

Follow the U.S. Driving team at USEFNetwork.com.

Read about Leslie Berndl's win here.

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