EquineLUX Congratulates Brianne Goutal with Her $200,000 American Gold Cup Win

Brianne Goutal’s splendid performance granted her the honour of joining the prestigious list of riders who have won the American Gold Cup since 1970.

Oct 3 2013, 3:23am CDT | by PR.com

North Salem, NY, October 03, 2013 --(PR.com)-- One of the finest equestrian events in the USA, American Gold Cup is an important qualifying event for riders and their horses, especially for those aspiring to compete in the 2014 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games in Normandy, France. Tracey Fenney, Beezie Madden, Charlie Jayne, Kent Farrington, and Katie Dinan did their best, but it was Goutal and Nice De Prissey that have topped the field of 36 top horse riders who gathered at Old Salem Farm for the international jumping competition.

Racing to each obstacle at full tilt, Goutal's mount managed to leave each top bar untouched and galloped through the finish line in 40.18 seconds after completing a clear short course. "Nice De Prissey has a big stride and a lot of power," says Goutal. "However, my second line was a bit slow into the double. I was certain that if other riders could do the numbers quicker than I did they would catch up with me in no time... I am incredibly lucky to have the horses and team I have. Nothing is possible without all the parts, so I am truly grateful."

"EquineLUX and Brianne Goutal share a strong belief that continuous innovation and improvement of the traditional English saddle pads is very important," – said Max McArrow, founder of the EquineLUX. "We at EquineLUX are very proud of sponsoring Brianne Goutal. We are convinced that unique features of the ComfortLUX non-slip half-pad contributed to her sucess." Made from the best quality organic and synthetic materials such as 3-Dimensional Spacer fabric, Merino sheepskin, HR foam, and genuine leather, every EquineLUX Half-Pad offers maximum breathability, optimal cushioning, reliable grip in the seating area, smart and visually-appealing design.

EquineLUX team of professional sportswear and horse-wear designers presents the next generation of English saddle pads. This line of technically-progressive saddle pads combines 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.

Contact Information:
EquineLUX
Max McArrow
514-937-1273
Contact via Email
equinelux.com

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