Equestrian clothing company Shires have teamed up with top British riding school Talland School of Equitation in Cirencester.
Shires is to sponsor the centre and the Talland horses will appear in the company’s upcoming catalogue.
Talland is world renowned for the quality of its instructors — including H&H columnist Pammy Hutton, who owns and runs the centre.
“It has been great to have the opportunity to work with one of the countries major suppliers of equestrian goods, we are thrilled with the support they have given us this year,” said Emma Harford from Talland.
“They provide us with affordable, quality merchandise for all our horses, staff and students and we hope this partnership will continue for a long time.’
Rhea Freeman, marketing manager for Shires added: “We are delighted to be supporting such an excellent establishment as it really is a beacon to the equestrian community.”
“Equestrian education is something that we are passionate about at Shires and we hope we will be able to work with Talland now and in the future on a variety of projects.”
Visit: www.shiresequestrian.com or www.talland.net