Laguna Local Named Dressage Champ

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Lori Savit and her horse, Atticus.
Lori Savit and her horse, Atticus.

The San Juan Capistrano Chapter of the California Dressage Society has named Laguna Beach resident Lori Savit and her horse Atticus, 2017 Second Level Reserve Champions.

Dressage is an equestrian sport featured in the Olympics.

Atticus and Savitt train with U.S. dressage federation gold medalist Wilma Blakely at Sycamore Trails Stable in San Juan Capistrano.

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  1. Wow! Thank you, Laguna Beach Indy! Atticus will be so proud to display this article at the stable. I also wanted to note that Atticus and I would not be where we are if it wasn’t for the talent and dedication of our trainer Wilma Blakely.


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