Monday, January 21, 2013

Five Shares Left in Rosa Cha Syndicate

Rosa Cha is one of the most naturally talented dressage horses that I have ever trained. She is superbly bred in Australia in 2005 by my husband Boyd and myself. Her father is the Rubenstein son Regardez Moi who represented Australia at the Grand Prix World Cup Final in Las Vegas in 2009. She was imported from Australia to the US in 2008 and already has an incredible competition record. 
Last year she competed at fourth level and went ten straight events without being beaten. At Dressage at Devon she really started to impress the judges and excite the crowd with phenomenal performances at Fourth level, winning with scores in the 70th percentile.

She has stunning looks and a sensational presence with phenomenal gaits. Every time she sets foot off the farm to compete, she turns into the most eye-catching horse of the show. The most brilliant factor about Rosa is that she has unbelievable ability for the Grand Prix movements.

Last weekend Rosa competed in her first Prix St. George FEI competition. She was absolutely sensational, demolishing the field at the Ocala Horse Park and collecting her debut scores at this level with 72% and 73%  to become the FEI Champion of the show

Rosa will be competing in her first International competition in the CDI at the brand new Dressage facility in Wellington, Florida March 14-17.

My big goal with Rosa is making a US team in the near future. She will be absolutely primed in her competition timeline to represent the United States at the Rio Olympics in 2016. I am also excited to be eligible to represent this country, as I have recently become an American citizen. 
I have five shares left for people to come along on this journey with me. There is no bigger thrill for a horse lover to be involved with the day to day training of a high level horse and also experience the electricity of watching a horse that you own compete at the big shows. This is a unique opportunity that really enables supporters to have an intimate experience with horse and rider and ultimately to be part of US dressage history. Please call me at (610-806-2721) or email ( for more information and a syndicate agreement.


Silva Martin

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