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Equestrian Competition Available In Computer Game

WeatherBeeta USA has introduced Equestriad 2001, a customized computer game for equestrian enthusiasts of all ages. Equestriad 2001 features 21 of the world's top equestrian riders and captures the thrills of a year of equestrian three-day events. The player or players can compete in a full Olympic equestrian event, choose smaller three-day events, or compete in a single event of their choice.

Roger Jackson, president of WeatherBeeta USA stated, "This game provides any equestrian enthusiast simulated pre-competition training and practice modes, together with accurate scoring and commentary from equestrian legends Lucinda Green and Russ Withers for each of the competitive events. It also features David O'Connor, the individual U.S. Olympic Gold Medalist in the three-day event at Sydney. This game is the next best thing to being there without the pressures that go along with world-class competition."

Whatever the equestrian event preference, the WeatherBeeta Equestriad 2001 with its realistic 3D graphics and camera relays, takes the player into the dressage arena, allows the player to compete in the hard physical test of cross country, and provides the drama and thrills of show jumping.

For information about the game, call 877-927-4337 or send e-mail to

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