Hartpury International Events and Equito Wales & West partner for 2021/22
Equito Horseboxes Wales & West has partnered with Hartpury Equine, announcing a new sponsorship deal that includes class sponsorship at the NAF Five Star Hartpury Festival of Dressage (7-11 July) and NAF Five Star Hartpury Showjumping Spectacular (22-25 July), and cross country fence sponsorship at the NAF Five Star International Hartpury Horse Trials (11-15 August).
Equito Horseboxes Wales & West is a renowned supplier of professional coachbuilt 3.5t, 3.9t and 4.5t horseboxes. Available in two specifications, Longstall or Elegance, the horseboxes suit both the leisure rider and professional competitor alike.
Features include triple reinforced floor and bulkhead, full stallion partition, an extra wide rear door and a dual-camera system for additional peace of mind. Each horsebox is built on approved used or new chassis with comprehensive mechanical and build warranty.
"We are very excited about our partnership with Hartpury. We are confident that such a professional and renowned venue within the industry will assist in the growth of our business and help us to target our audience - the competitive equestrian and dedicated horse owner who have the safety and welfare of their horse's transport in mind" says Joe Durman of Equito Horseboxes Wales & West.
All three summer fixtures are returning for the first time since 2019, with the 2020 events cancelled due to the pandemic. While the exact details around spectator attendance are still to be confirmed, it looks highly likely that some spectators will be allowed to return.
“We are delighted to welcome Equito Horseboxes Wales & West to our family of equine sponsors,” said Phillip Cheetham, Equine Director.
“Equito Horseboxes Wales & West are of an exceptional calibre and we are excited to be aligned with a brand that shares our commitment to professionalism and quality. We know our competitors, officials and spectators will love learning more about this exceptional supplier of outstanding horseboxes at this summer’s events” he added.