Kate Negus Saddlery announces sponsorship of Summerhouse Equestrian Centre

Kate Negus Sponsors Summerhouse Equestrian Centre

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Kate Negus Saddlery is delighted to announce its new sponsorship agreement with Summerhouse Equestrian Centre. The sponsorship sees Kate Negus support the Prestige Training Schoolmasters at the centre, and also sees the company sponsor the 1.30m class of the show jumping league.

Summerhouse Equestrian Centre’s Prestige Training has been developed by Centre Manager Sara Gallop, who is a qualified BHSII and BS course designer. She is an international dressage rider, holding regional and national titles, and trains with both Carl Hester and Charlotte Dujardin.

The aim of the Prestige Training initiative is to help accommodate riders looking to progress and develop their skills to a more advanced level, whether this is competitively or for their own personal development.
“We’re absolutely delighted to welcome Kate Negus Saddlery as a sponsor,” said Sara Gallop. “It’s lovely to see our schoolmasters sporting their made to measure bridles. Not only do these support their comfort, but they’re excellent quality and project the professionalism that goes through everything we do.”

“We’re really pleased to be working with Summerhouse,” said Julia Andrews from Kate Negus Saddlery. “Many of our sponsored riders go to Summerhouse, for both dressage and show jumping, and always comment on how professional and forward thing the venue is - qualities we strive for at Kate Negus Saddlery. When the opportunity came to work with the prestige horses, we jumped at the chance. We appreciate what a difference having a correctly fitted bridle can make to horses at every level, but when you’re wanting a horse to give his all, the fit of all of his equipment, and the comfort this provides, is so important.”

The Prestige Training Schoolmasters wearing Kate Negus bridles will provide riders with the chance to brush up on technique, learn new movements, train for a specific show or exam and improve confidence. Schoolmasters are available in dressage (up to Grand Prix), showjumping (up to 1.30m) and eventing (up to Intermediate), so there really is something for all riders.

For more information on Summerhouse Equestrian Centre and the Prestige Training Schoolmasters, see www.summerhouseec.co.uk. For more information on Kate Negus Saddlery and the company’s range of bespoke British bridlework and accessories, see www.katenegus.com