Land Rover Presents Allison Springer With A 2012 Range Rover Hse Lease As The Winner Of The USEF National Four Star Eventing Championship

02. May 12 | 6:38 | By | Category: INTERNATIONAL NEWS

2 May 2012

Allison Springer rode Arthur into second place behind William Fox-Pitt of Great Britain at the 2012 Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event Presented by Bridgestone on Sunday, April 29, in Lexington, Ky. As the winner of the 2012 USEF Four-Star National Equestrian Eventing Championship, Allison was presented a 2012 Range Rover HSE lease by Kim McCullough, Brand Vice President for Land Rover North America. Springer was the top U.S. finisher in the overall competition making her the U.S. Champion and winner of the Range Rover lease.

As the Official Vehicle of this weekend’s prestigious event featuring some of the world’s best horses and riders, Land Rover presented the vehicle lease as part of its continued support of the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF).

“I am so pleased with my horse today, this is huge, this is amazing,” said Springer. “I am so thankful for the support Land Rover is giving to our sport and the USEF.”

“Allison and her horse Arthur did a fantastic job throughout the competition and we are proud to present her with a new Range Rover lease for her efforts today,” said Kim McCullough, Brand Vice President,

Land Rover North America. “It was a tough competition and I am impressed by the level of resolve she showed to place as the top U.S. rider in the USEF Four Star National Championship.”

The Land Rover Range Rover, the pinnacle of luxury SUVs, enters the 2012 model year with enhancements to luxury, appearance and capability. The superb 5.0-liter V8 engine features a six-speed transmission that delivers exquisite power and efficiency. The interior of the Range Rover includes luxury Blenheim Leather seats, real wood veneer trim and a 14-speaker harman/kardon® in-car entertainment system providing comfort all around.

The 2012 Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event is part of the HSBC FEI ClassicsTM and features the world’s best horses and riders vying for their share of $250,000 in prize money as well as a shot at the $350,000 Rolex Grand Slam of Eventing. With his win, Fox-Pitt, who won the

Land Rover Burghley Horse Trails, the Grand Slam’s first event, last fall is now one step away from becoming only the second rider ever to complete it. Pippa Funnell of Great Britain was the first rider to win it in 2003.

For more information on the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event, visit

Source: USEF

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