Debi Berger, Owner of Legacy Farms of Jupiter, Launches New Website

Debi Berger, the owner of Legacy Farms of Jupiter, is a renowned trainer and competitor in dressage. She has just launched a new website to keep people informed about her competitions and her endeavors with rescuing dogs.

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I've loved animals for as long as I can remember and they've always been a part of my family and my life.

Jupiter, FL (PRWEB) December 12, 2013

Debi Berger established Legacy Farms of Jupiter, a horse farm home to several award-winning horses, in 1988 and the farm is still going strong today. However, her passion for animals extends far beyond caring for and competing horses, which inspired her to launch her new website, http://www.DebiBerger.com.

Debi currently has ten dogs living on the farm and caring for them is one of her biggest hobbies. On top of that, she routinely donates to dog rescue organizations in her area -- just recently, she donated an RV to a local rescue shelter so that dogs in need could be transported from far-away locations to receive help. The RV is valued at $160,000. She has personally rescued abused or abandoned dogs, cared for them, and found them good homes in her spare time. On DebiBerger.com, she hopes to document her endeavors with animals, whether it's competing in horse shows or rescuing animals.

"I've loved animals for as long as I can remember and they've always been a part of my family and my life," Debi Berger said. Her husband, Ken, helps her to run the farm and care for their many pets, and her daughter, Isley, even owns a dog boarding and grooming company. "I want to spread the love."

Currently, Debi is very active in the world of riding and competing. She's going through training with four-time Olympic gold medal winner Juan Matute to compete in dressage this season. Her new site will keep everyone up-to-date on her competitions and endeavors.

About Legacy Farms of Jupiter

Legacy Farms of Jupiter began as a riding academy for children called "Upper Class Riding Academy." It's now home to three horses who are used in competitions and for breeding, and the farm has just started breeding one of the rarest horses in the world.


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