A gold standard goes to (left to right) Paige King, Karen Bower, Catherine Harmson, Kerry Owen and Sian Hunt, of Equestrian Clearance Sales
The British Equestrian Trade Association was a supporting sponsor for the first time at this year’s Equi-Trek Bramham International.
The event, held for the seventh year, took place in Bramham Park, West Yorkshire, from June 6-9.
Bramham International Horse Trials president Nick Lane Fox presents Hunting for Interiors’ Elizabeth Ross with a gold standard and Best in Show award
BETA carried out free riding hat and body protector checks on its stand, while highlighting its work and initiatives, designed to help the equestrian community.
Visitors received BETA goody bags, Bramham rosettes and, in exchange for donations to the Riding for the Disabled Association, doggy bandanas.
As part of its commitment to supporting the equestrian trade, BETA hosted the Best Stand Awards.
Ayr Equestrian’s Elliot and Kevin Galbraith get a gold standard
The winners were:
In the Equestrian and Saddlery section, Joshua Jones, Equestrian Clearance Sales, Horse Direct, Wychanger Barton Saddlery and Ayr Equestrian were awarded gold. Silver went to Emerald Green Feeds, the British Horse Society, Equi Travel Safe, Treehouse Sporting Colours, Voltaire Design and Mansfield Sand.
In the Lifestyle, Pet and Fashion section, gold was won by Hunting for Interiors – which also took Best in Show, Carl Scarpa, Samsalin Dog Rescue, Baavet Wool Duvet, Christian Schwetz Photography and Furnish & Fettle. Silver went to Malcolm Tempest Architects, In the Saddle Holidays, SeeSaw Children’s Clothing and Hanbury Watches.
Food and Beverages saw gold go to family-run Yorkshire Pastree, Crispy Duck Wraps and Condessa Welsh Liqueur, while Brown & Blond took silver.