Last year Fieldhouse ran a competition with Horse&Rider to find three brand new ambassadors for the 2019 season, get to know them below…
Zara Keetley, a student who showjumps her horse, Quinn, up to 1.10m. Her father is a photographer and snaps fantastic images of Zara competing. While Zara’s life in full time education is very busy, she always manages to find time to train Quinn, who wears a GFS Premier Prosperity bridle.
Nikki Freeman, a show jumper from Staffordshire who runs her own livery yard along with her father. She competes up to 1.40m on her own horses and others on behalf of their owners. Her best horse is a seven-year-old stallion, Rummy, who goes best in his GFS Premier Alpine bridle, which avoids putting pressure on major facial nerves.
Elijah Lovell, a dressage rider based at Sheepcote Equestrian Centre. Elijah competes up to advanced medium and, with his younger horse, has qualified for British Dressage Nationals and Summerhouse regionals at Novice level. Elijah’s super-excited to team up with Team GFS to provide high-quality equipment for his horses.
Stay tuned to follow Zara, Nikki and Elijah’s progress. For more information, visit gfsriding.co.uk
WIN! One lucky winner will receive a Senior Support feed set from Rowen Barbary Team. Like and share, and to enter post a comment below.
With an equal ratio of glucosamine and MSM for joint mobility, and key nutrients including turmeric and black pepper, Senior Support is formulated to help improve overall health and wellness in the older horse. The feed set includes two bags of Senior Support, a feed stirrer and a weigh tape.
For more information, visit rowenbarbary.com
This competition is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook. Competition closes Thursday 27 June at 7pm GMT. Good luck! ... See MoreSee Less