EquineLUX Sponsors 2013 Harmony Horse Trials

The 2013 Harmony Horse Trials was held at the Beaulieu farm on August 10-11, 2013. Over 90 junior and senior riders competed not only for the terrific prizes on offer but to also gain invaluable experience.

Aug 19 2013, 5:14am CDT | by PR.com

Montreal, Canada, August 19, 2013 --(PR.com)-- The month of August has brought the Harmony Horse Trials with an all-new Cross-Country course. Despite windy but very sunny weather, the large equestrian venue of the Beaulieu Farm was packed by public, horse riders and their horses.

Over 90 horse riders competed for the ribbon awards and special prizes presented by generous sponsors. Seven divisions were sponsored by EquineLUX, a Canadian manufacturer of innovative English saddle pads. All horse riders qualified to compete at the Harmony Horse Trials had a chance of winning the SWEAT-WICKING non-slip Jumper Saddle Pad. As most other EquineLUX products, this saddle pad is made from springy 3-Dimensional Spacer fabric, Non-Slip mesh and 100% cotton lining, quilted with lightweight synthetic fiber. This unique saddle pad was designed to wick away sweat naturally and quickly, keeping the horse more comfortable during a strenuous ride. Moreover, when wet, cotton becomes naturally adhesive, which makes the SWEAT-WICKING Saddle Pad non-slip without actually hurting the horse.

Alayne Edwards and Public Affair (Preliminary), Erin Woodley and Misty Vale Bacardi (Training Jr), Mélissa Boutin and Guy's Elegant Miss (Training Sr), Mylène Simoneau and Danke Schone (Pre-training Jr), Kara Edwards and Magnified (Pre-training Sr), Emily Reedman and Woodstock (Entry Jr), Blair Nicol and Conquest (Entry Sr) finished in 2st place. Well done. Both riders and their horses seemed to be very happy when receiving the saddle pad prizes.

"This saddle pad will fit most forward flap saddles that are on the market," assured Max McArrow, CEO & Founder of EquineLUX. "Whether the horse has a high wither or the saddle tends to slip, there will be no trouble from now on. Every EquineLUX saddle pad is thoroughly designed to satisfy even the most demanding horse riders and their horses."

EquineLUX congratulates all of the Harmony Horse Trials participants.

The EquineLUX team, professional sportswear designers, were inspired by the idea of engineering technically-progressive and high-performance saddle pads, combining both innovative and natural materials. Each saddle pad mixes traditional and high-tech materials in stylish design. These innovative English Saddle Pads promote effective sweat absorption, superb grip, maximum breathability, impact protection, and comfortable fit.

Harmony Horse Trials was created initially through the efforts of Alan Law and Robert and Tracey Dickson following the demise of the long running Harwood Horse Trials. Over the years the event has made changes and has evolved into one the circuit’s most popular competitions with an average of about 125 horses competing.

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