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Charles Owen To Sponsor Winter Dressage Championships Once Again
In 2013, Charles Owen debuted as the title sponsor of the Advanced Medium Winter Dressage Championships and the company is happy to announce that it returned once again in 2014. The Charles Owen Advanced Medium Restricted Class kicked off the 2014 NAF Five Star Winter Dressage Championships today at 7:52 while the Charles Owen Advanced Medium Open Class occurs on Saturday 12th April at 13:50.
Winners of the Charles Owen Advanced Medium Classes will be presented with a custom Thermatex cooler featuring the Charles Owen logo as well as engraved glass bowls.
Espayo, Deluxe Dressage, Inches Saddlery, Cool Equestrian are all on site and offering custom hat fitting for Charles Owen helmets. In addition, Managing Director, Roy Burek, and Charles Owen rider, Charlotte Dujardin, will be present at the Gala Dinner on Saturday night offering their support for this super competition.
“Supporting the Dressage industry has become a passion for Charles Owen in the recent years,” said Managing Director, Roy Burek. “The company is thrilled to have the opportunity to further our involvement with British Dressage with our sponsorship of the 2014 NAF Five Star Winter Dressage Championships. I wish the best of luck to all of the competitors.”
About the NAF Five Star Winter Dressage Championships
This year’s Winter Dressage Championships 9 - 13 April 2014. Talented amateurs and Britain's best compete side by side over five days of intense competition.
Held at one of the UK's top equestrian venues, Hartpury Arena, the championships offer competitors the chance to go head to head for 33 titles from preliminary through to intermediate I, and play host to the ever-popular Petplan Equine Area Festival Championships.
Entry to the show ground is free except for the Friday and Saturday night performances, and spectators are welcome to sit in the grandstand or on the grassy slopes outside, watch the dressage and soak up the atmosphere.
On Friday and Saturday evenings the show hosts two gala performances with top class dressage and entertainment. Tickets cost just £15 per person.