Two lucky winners of the EquineLUX saddle pads were announced at the Annual Fundraising Event that went under the title "Spaghetti dinner" on March 2, 2013 at the Centre Marcel-Dulude (Quebec).
Online PR News – 30-June-2013 – Montreal, Quebec – The event was organized to benefit the members of the Asociation Équestre Régionale Rive-Sud Métropolitaine who will be attending the 2013 Equestrian Games of Quebec. Over a hundred people from the Greater Montreal metropolitan area attended the "Spaghetti Dinner". Every single guest - riders of the Montreal South Shore, their family members and friends - had a chance to win two EquineLUX Slip-Stopping™ HUNTER Saddle Pads.
“We are pleased to support the AERRSM by providing a pair of the shaped hunter saddle pads.
The Slip-Stopping™ hunter Saddle Pad is one of the most popular EqiuineLUX saddle pads' models,” said Max McArrow, Owner and Chief Executive Officer of EqiuineLUX. "This saddle pad features a breathable "NO-FOAM" zone that is located along the top seam. The smart design helps to increase airflow under the saddle. In addition, 100% natural cotton lining is quilted with breathable synthetic fiber to wick away sweat quickly and efficiently. This technologically superior saddle pad helps to keep the horse more comfortable during exercise."
The lucky winners were announced by the end of event. They were Marie-Hélène Roch (trainer at hunter/jumper barn on the South Shore of Montreal) and Sarah-Anne Bissonette (rider in the Hunter/Jumper division of the AERRSM).
The EquineLUX's team of professionals designed technically-progressive and high-performance saddle pads, combining both innovative and natural materials. Each saddle pad mixes traditional and high-tech materials in a stylish design. These Luxury Saddle Pads promote effective sweat absorption, superb grip, maximum breathability, non-bulky cushioning, and comfortable fit. Find out more about EquineLUX LUXURY Saddle Pads by visiting the Company website at http://www.equinelux.com
The AERRSM represents the Hunter/Jumper riders and trainers of the St. Lawrence River south area (Montreal area, Quebec, Canada) in classic equestrian sports' events at the Olympic Games. Occasionally, the AERRSM organizes or facilitates specialized training clinics for coaches and riders.