News

07th April 2021

Elite Equine is delighted to announce their sponsorship of the British Dressage Associated Championships for 2021 which will be called the Elite Equine Associated Championships 2021.

Elite Equine, is a premium, 100% organic rosehip powder that is harvested by hand, high in the Maluti Mountains in Lesotho, southern Africa. Rosehip is known to be inherently anti-inflammatory and a powerful antioxidant. Elite Equine relieves the effect of painful arthritic conditions and delivers high levels of vitamins and antioxidants for overall health and immune support in horses and ponies. The product is used by professional and amateur riders world-wide to help support the performance of their horses.

Elite Equine’s trusted 100% Organic Rosehip supplement, is committed to protecting the planet and is certified with the Rainforest Alliance. It is NOPS and FEMAS approved and contains no additives or preservatives.

The Associated Championships showcases the talent for dressage in a wide range of breeds of horses and ponies, from Gypsy Cobs to Natives, ROR to Veterans, the series incorporates ten Championships which will be held in the autumn of 2021 with over 1,000 competing combinations expected to qualify.

With the huge variety of horses taking part in the Elite Equine Associated Championships, the brand will be supporting all owners and riders with advice and products to help them get the best out of their British Dressage experience.

Maxie Heppell, Head of Elite Equine Business Development commented; “We are delighted to be official sponsors of the Elite Equine Associated Championships. This is a fantastic opportunity to support all riders with the power of rosehip. Elite Equine 100% Organic Rosehip Supplement is a natural, organic and ethical product which will improve a horse’s well-being and general health and raise their level of performance.”

British Dressage Chief Executive Jason Brautigam added; “It’s great news to have Elite Equine on board as they’re a perfect fit for our popular collection of Associated Championships. We’re proud of the achievements of the Championships since they began in bringing around 1000 new combinations into our sport and they showcase that horses of any type, breed, shape and size can enjoy and benefit from dressage. We look forward to working with the Elite Equine team to build on previous success and making 2021 an even better year.”