My goal in the sport is to develop a string of top horses, and ride on a team for the United States in international competition; such as the Pan American Games and Olympic Games. As much as I can aim towards, and work for this achievement, I cannot reach it on my own.
Maintaining horses properly at the top level of the sport not only requires expertise and hard work, but also financial support.
Becoming a sponsor is a way to be intimately involved in the thrills and excitement of bringing a horse to the top levels of dressage. Sponsorship can take many forms – some prefer to be a sole owner of a horse we take to the top of the sport, while others may choose to become a partial owner or syndicate a smaller percentage of a horse. Others may choose to forgo ownership and donate financial support through the the 501(c)3 tax exempt organization Southern California Equestrian Sports (SCES) which recognizes Sarah as an accomplished, talented rider.
Companies interested in sponsoring or owning a horse may have their company’s name incorporated into the horse’s registered competition name.
There are many benefits to being involved in sponsorship, including:
Insight into the sport of dressage; everything from horse 'buying trips' in Europe, to competition and awards ceremonies.
Annual expense cost for the horse can be made 100% tax deductible; through Southern California Equestrian Sports
Farm visits, interactive videos and detailed newsletter updates on progress towards our team goals
The thrill of experiencing Dressage from an owner’s standpoint; receiving recognition at events and competitions
Team Gear and Apparel
Thank you for your interest in supporting my dreams and being part of the team.
Sarah, Kanjer TC and owner Walter McDonald just after Kanjer and Sarah earned an 84%; receiving high point of the entire competition.