Calgary, Canada, September 25, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- A key event in the development of the next generation of national and international champions, this multi-discipline competition was represented by Jumping, Dressage and Reining classes. Both Junior and Senior riders from eight provincial/territorial sport organizations represented Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Quebec, and Saskatchewan, eagerly competing for podium sports.
"Our warmest congratulations to Team Ontario!" says Max McArrow, founder of the EquineLUX. "We at EquineLUX are very proud of sponsoring Ontario Jumping and Dressage teams. Our sincerest congratulations for taking home gold medals! We are convinced that that the EquineLUX saddle pads’ unique features had much to do with this great win. Breathable, non-slip and comfortable, every EquineLUX saddle pad is designed to satisfy even the most demanding riders and their horses."
Finishing right after Team of Alberta with a Silver medal in the overall standings, Ontario’s riders also made it to the podium in the individual competition. “We are thrilled with how our riders performed,” says Dianne Graham, executive director of the Ontario Equestrian Federation. “The competition just keeps getting better and Team Ontario rose to the challenge.”
The Canadian Interprovincial Equestrian Championships is a collaborative event between the national and provincial sport organizations and plays the key role in the development of the next generation of national, international and world champions.
The EquineLUX team of professional sportswear and horse-wear designers, has managed to engineer a new generation of the technically-progressive English saddle pads, combining both innovative and natural materials in a stylish design. EquineLUX Saddle Pads promote steady saddle grip, efficient sweat absorption and evaporation, and assure maximum shock protection turning horse riding into an enjoyable and luxurious experience.