Anemone Horse Trucks has signed a three-year partnership with the LONGINES FEI/WBFSH World Breeding Dressage Championships for Young Horses. Interfloor will be a sponsor of this international event for the coming year. By signing the contract during Jumping Amsterdam this weekend they have officially entered the sponsorship agreement.
From 2016 until 2018 the prestigious FEI World Breeding Dressage Championships for Young Horses, previously based in Verden Germany, will be organised at the National Equestrian Center in Ermelo.
Anemone-director Bert van Kooten and his son Stefan state: “Anemone Horse Trucks has something in common with all of its customers, which is the passion for horses. Driven by this passion, we have been supplying horse trucks to quality conscious customers within and across our national borders since 1996. Our customers range from amateur riders to international top athletes. The name Anemone Horse Trucks has become a synonym to high quality transport solutions and excellent service. We are very happy to tie our name to this unique event that offers a great platform for the finest young dressage talents we have world-wide. It is magnificent that the Netherlands may host this event for the coming three years, and that we can contribute to it.”
Director of Interfloor Lens Nekeman shows an equal enthusiasm for the World Championships on Dutch soil. “It is wonderful that such a renowned event will take place in the Netherlands. An initiative as such deserves to be supported. The Netherlands is leading in both breeding and sports and our best young horses often place themselves for the finals of the World Breeding Dressage Championships for Young Horses. I would like to call upon everyone who is active in equestrian sports to support this fantastic event via sponsorship.” Interfloor manufactures nation’s most exquisite collections of carpet and vinyl flooring. Manufactured of high quality resources and materials, available in numerous colours and designs.
The inaugural edition of the World Breeding Dressage Championships for Young Horses in Ermelo the Netherlands will take place from the 28th until the 31st of July 2016. The most promising dressage talents will compete for the highest honour in various age categories. In an individual round the talents will be assessed on their overall impression as a dressage horse. From 2016 onwards the international equestrian federation FEI adds a competition for seven-year-olds to the four-day program, next to the existent championships for five- and six-year-old dressage horses.