“We really enjoy working with the team at The Festival and achieve a great deal from it,” said Claire Williams, executive director and secretary of BETA.
It will be the eighth year that BETA has supported The Festival, despite it being lost to the bad weather in July this year.
Emily, 16, recently left school, to focus on her riding.
She joins Ariat’s team of sponsored event riders, including William Fox-Pitt, Iris Pemen, Mary King, Nicola Wilson, Vittoria Panizzon, Tina Cook and Laura Collett.
Philip is working with WOW on an exciting prototype jumping saddle, to offer rider stability and comfort, along with enhanced equine performance.
Philip joins a ‘stable’ of successful equestrian competitors sponsored by First Thought Equine, including eventers Francis Whittington, Kitty King and Paul Tapner, and dressage riders Richard Davison and Wayne Channon.
The Lancashire-based company has a long-standing involvement with Pontispool having surfaced both its outdoor arenas.
The company’s Janet Finnegan said: “We are delighted to increase our involvement with Pontispool who have been an absolute pleasure to work with over the years.”
Channel 4’s sports editor, Jamie Aitchison, said: “I would like to thank Dubai for their continued support and we look forward to continuing our excellent working relationship to deliver the programming that their commitment deserves.”
This means that QIPCO Holding will support the QIPCO Sussex Stakes, Goodwood’s top race and the Group One British mile highlight of the summer, until at least 2017.
The day is currently worth £3m, already by far the most valuable raceday in this country.
The Whittaker Coachbuilders National Senior Riders Championship is open to riders aged 45 and over, and those outside the top 100 in the rankings list.
With a preliminary round on Sunday, August 26, the championship took place on Tuesday, August 28, and was won by Norman Proffitt.
The points-based series is designed to give riders increased opportunity to compete at open level and so gain the experience and encouragement to help them go on to compete in The Pony Club’s area competitions and championship.
Likit marketing manager, Lindsay Gall said, “We are especially pleased to be working with The Pony Club which gives such a terrific start for the riders of tomorrow.”
“Corporate clothing plays a key role in generating a polished and professional edge to the trade fair,” said Claire Thomas, commercial manager of BETA International organiser Equestrian Management Consultants (EMC).
“It is really important that the entire team – those taking their place on the front line and others working behind the scenes – sports a smart, corporate appearance that marks them out clearly to our visitors and exhibitors.
These two talented, dedicated riders contacted James for support for their steeds and have each landed product sponsorship.
Jess is hoping James Hart Solutions will give her horses the competitive edge as they progress from Intermediate to international competition.
And Danni is concentrating on producing three youngsters to join her team next year.
TBA chairman Richard Lancaster said: “The TBA is delighted to be able to sponsor the Group 3 Atalanta Stakes for fillies and mares at Sandown Park.
“The TBA has focused on working with the BHA to both maintain and increase race opportunities for mares and fillies and this has been successful in creating an enhanced race programme for both Flat and National Hunt bloodstock.”
The app carefully explains and illustrates techniques and exercises that Tim Jarman, an equine and canine back specialist suggests to his clients.
This gives horse owners the chance to try these stretches with their horses, building them in to a daily or weekly routine.
The app is available from Equinox-Apps and costs £4.99 from the App Store.
Spillers agreed to donate 20p to the Laminitis Trust from every bag of Happy Hoof sold, during April and May.
Pardoes will provide clothing for the team; horse blankets; graphics for two horse lorries; as well as producing sashes and rosettes for equine shows.
Pardoes’ managing partner, Kit O’Brien, says, “At Pardoes we strongly believe in supporting the regional community, particularly smaller businesses.
“We welcome the opportunity to play a part in local business development and to support up and coming businesses in every way we can.”
Three races worth a total of £90,000 – the QIPCO Future Stars Apprentices’ Handicap – will take place on three of the most high profile Saturdays in the Flat racing calendar.
Topping the bill will be the final race on Britain’s richest raceday, QIPCO British Champions Day at Ascot on Saturday 20 October.
The seven furlong handicap doubles in value to £50,000, with QIPCO also offering a working holiday to the USA for the winning rider.
In addition, QIPCO will sponsor the £15,000 apprentices’ race over nine furlongs at Glorious Goodwood this Saturday as well as supporting a brand new £25,000 apprentices’ handicap over five furlongs at York on the final day of the Welcome To Yorkshire Ebor Festival, Saturday 25 August.
Shane joins eventers Francis Whittington, Laura Collett and Bettina Hoy and showjumper Lars Nieberg, who ride under the Kentucky Horsewear banner.
The sponsorship deal will see Shane competing and training in Kentucky Horsewear.