My strongest motivation over the next several years is to develop a string of talented horses, and strive to reach the goal of competing on the international stage for Dressage. As much as I want this, I cannot achieve 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.

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. 

  • 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 supporting my dreams and for your interest in learning about my passion. Without supporters, I could never reach my full potential and my ambition would never be completely achieved.  Your assistance, caring, and support drives me to keep improving each and every day.

~ Sarah


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Sarah, Kanjer TC and owner Walter McDonald just after Kanjer and Sarah earned an 84%; receiving high point of the entire competition.

Kanjer TC was imported in September 2018 from a top producing barn in Holland. To date Kanjer is undefeated, and has earned high point in every competition he has been entered into.