Buena Vista, VA (January 14, 2010) – Eventers competing at the 2011 USEA American Eventing Championships will have a chance to win amazing prizes thanks to a Gold Level Sponsorship from World Equestrian Brands, LLC. Located in Buena Vista, Virginia, World Equestrian Brands is a distributor of Amerigo saddles and strap goods, Amerigo Vega saddles, Vespucci, E. A. Mattes and Equilibrium products.
“World Equestrian Brands is thrilled to be a sponsor of the 2011 American Eventing Championships,” said Robin Moore, owner of World Equestrian Brands, LLC. “We have many clients who are eventers and they all work so hard and are extremely dedicated to their horses and the sport. We look forward to setting up at the AECs and awarding some great prizes.”
During the AEC, World Equestrian Brands will be providing an assortment of prizes including Amerigo Saddles, a Mattes pad, a Vespucci bridle, and Equilibrium boots. “We are really excited because World Equestrian Brands will also be awarding a prize to the Rider of the Year,” Moore said, adding that World Equestrian Brands will also be a sponsor of the USEA Leaderboard.
Buena Vista, VA (December 30, 2010) – Riders everywhere can now color their New Year almost any color they dream of thanks to World Equestrian Brands E. A. Mattes Couture Collection Saddle Pads and E. A. Mattes Couture Fly Bonnets. World Equestrian Brands LLC, located in Buena Vista, Virginia, is a distributor of Amerigo saddles and strap goods, Amerigo Vega saddles, Vespucci, E. A. Mattes and Equilibrium products.
“Mattes has deservedly earned the reputation as the industry leader with the technical capabilities offered by the pads — Spine Free design, anatomically correct topline, dense, resilient sheepskin, and durability that only comes with quality materials. The Correction Pads are also one of a kind — great for incremental improvements due to the nature of the shims we use. People try to copy the pads for a reason, but there is only one Mattes,” said Robin Moore, of World Equestrian Brands.
Riders wishing to build their own saddle pads have the choice of 27 quilts, 29 sheepskins, 32 pipings and 33 binding colors to select from. “The combinations that we have seen people come up with are fantastic,” Moore said. “You can have up to three pipings on a pad. We do not recommend the piping option on the half pads, however, as this may lead to a pressure point. The custom color combinations are available in any style Mattes pad and when designing pads you can match the sheepskin colors on the pads with the Mattes sheepskin girths and boots.”