The sport's brightest young stars were recognized in the Florida International Youth Dressage Championships, presented by Dressage4Kids, to wrap up the evening. Tanya Strasser-Shostak, 18, was crowned Overall Champion of the Florida International Youth Dressage Championships, presented by Dressage4Kids, for her total high score of 136.403% in the FEI Young Rider division with her own Action Tyme, a 14-year-old Oldenburg gelding. Of her victory, Strasser-Shostak said, "I'm very happy. Obviously, I had a really good weekend and my horse was always as the same page as me. He's always trying, so it's just great to have such a successful weekend." Action Tyme has been the perfect schoolmaster for Strasser-Shostak after spending plenty of time in the Grand Prix ring with Strasser-Shostak's mother, Evi Strasser. "[He's taught me] so much. I'm so lucky that one day he can let me do the grand prix stuff, the next day we can go back to Young Riders, and the next day we can go hacking. Nothing fazes him, so he's taught me everything," Strasser-Shostak remarked. Strasser-Shostak, who has competed at the AGDF since its inception in 2012, credited her experience at the show as a large part of her success. "There's so many things that we can't as young riders normally have, with the big rings, the atmosphere. It's just nice that we can have this experience here. It's very convenient, and the facility is great," Strasser-Shostsak commented.