Brianne Goutal signs sponsorship contract with EquineLUX
Brianne Goutal signed a contract with EquineLUX, the Canadian saddle pad manufacturer. The EquineLUX team of professional sportswear and horse-wear designers engineer technically-progressive saddle pads, combining natural and synthetic materials in a stylish design.
April 13, 2013 (FPRC) -- Today, Ms. Tatiana Gabrush, Manager of Cloverleaf Farm, announced that “We are delighted to have EquineLUX as the sponsor of Brianne Goutal. EquineLUX and particularly its CEO Mr. Max McArrow, have always been great well-wishers of Brianne Goutal. The ComfortLUX half-pad that will be used by Brianne in domestic and international horse shows and competitions is an excellent product. Being the manager of the Cloverleaf Farm and an experienced horse rider myself, I’m very satisfied with the design and technology of the half-pad, as well as the materials and superior quality of workmanship. Brianne Goutal thanks EquineLUX for coming on board to become our reliable partner and generous sponsor.”
EquineLUX always had faith in Canadian equestrian sports sponsoring of both local horse riders and stables, and top-rated athletes. "EquineLUX's support of Brianne Goutal is aligned with the company's strong belief in the importance of continuous innovation and improvement of the traditional equestrian accessories," – said Max McArrow, Owner and CEO of the EquineLUX.
The EquineLux project was launched in 2012, in Montreal, Quebec by a group of equestrian and activewear professionals inspired by the idea of designing innovative high-performance equestrian accessories. To accomplish this goal, the most distinguished practices in sports apparel and gear manufacturing have been deployed. As a result, the Luxury Saddle Pads lineup was created, combining practicality and exceptional technical properties, such as effective sweat absorption, superb grip, maximum breathability, non-bulky cushioning, and comfortable fit.
Brianne Goutal made history as the first junior rider to win all of the major equitation finals with her 2005 wins in the USEF Medal Finals, the Monarch International Equitation Championships, and the ASPCA Maclay Finals. Brianne Goutal, standing at 260 in the World Rankings in the beginning of summer 2012, rapidly rose to 53rd position by the end of the March 2013 (9th position among U.S. athletes).
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