Former glamour model-turned dressage rider Katie Price has shown her support for equine charity HorseWorld by donating prizes to a sponsored ride
Katie has given items from her riding-wear range for the 15-mile event in Wiltshire on Saturday 25 July.
Pip Eyles, fundraising assistant at HorseWorld said: “It is wonderful to have the support of such a well-known celebrity as Katie Price.
“We are very grateful for the generous donations from all those who have supported this worthwhile cause.”
Katie has donated items from her KP Equestrian range including t-shirts and socks.
The “Great Rescue Ride” is being run by Endurance GB in aid of Bristol-based charity HorseWorld.
The charity rescues equines and rehabiliates them before finding long-term homes for them.
It currently has 140 at their centre and a further 350 in loan homes.
The pleasure ride will be part of Endurance GB’s “Tally Ho” weekend.
Ms Eyles added: “By taking part riders will get a great idea of how challenging and enjoyable endurance riding can be, and also will be helping to change the lives of hundreds of equines in need.”
Each entrant will receive a goody bag and there have been other prize donations of de-tangler from ‘NAF’ and a bridle from Performance Equine.
For entry forms contact Emma Miller at Endurance GB on 01749 812210 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.