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Sponsorship

 

Excel Equine in conjunction with our suppliers, are proud to sponsor and support a number of events and fundraising activities for local groups. We enjoy being a part of the local horse community and like to support those that support us.

If you would like us to support your event or fundraising activity then please get in touch and let us know about your event or fund raiser. Of course, as much as we would love to, we can’t support everyone and everything all of the time. We have a great bunch of suppliers that are also willing to help out, so we will try our best to support those that support us.

Another option for Fund Raising for clubs is our Personalised Tights. These can be personalised with your club colours and/or logo. Your club can purchase them at a discounted rate and if they choose they can on sell them to their members at the RRP. We have a minimum order requirement of 20 pairs for this option. Again please contact us if you are interested in these. Have a look at our personalised tight section to see some samples of the ones that we have already done. Personalised Riding Tight
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This year, we have  Brand Ambassadors instead of Sponsored Riders, you will  see them out and about and flying the Excel Equine flag along with that of our respective suppliers. Follow our Facebook and Instagram Pages to see them out and about this season, we will have regular updates on where they will be and how they are getting on.

  • Janelle Gibson
  • Bex Glass
  • Anna Poole
  • Katelin Stuart
  • Louise Duncan
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Along with these riders that compete in their local competitions we have another rider that we are sponsoring for a very different reason!

Elise Stables from Cambridge is only 18 years old and is also the only NZ Rider that has been selected to compete in the 2019 Mongol Derby which is held in August. The Mongol Derby is the longest horse race in the world. A 1,000km multi-horse race across the epic wilderness of the Mongolian steppe. The horses are semi-wild and the riders change horses every 40 km. If you would like to follow Elise’s journey, then you can do that on her Facebook page @elise stables mongol for catwalk.