The global market leader in bitting has some exciting new riders on board for the 2016 season. As well as continued sponsorship of many successful riders including Mark Todd, Richard Davison and Nicola Wilson, Neue Schule has agreed contracts with:
14yo, pony event rider. Pandora competes her ponies at BE Novice and is hoping to compete in FEI Pony classes this season with the aim of European team selection.
Event rider, Abi, competes her ‘against all odds’ £1 horse, Nemo, who suffered a serious hoof injury. He has made a miraculous recovery from death’s door to the eventing circuit this season.
16yo International Dressage rider for Team Italia, riding her first season as a junior rider with the aim to compete in the European championships.
Sisters Laura and Steph Milner. Laura, 21, is an international Dressage rider contesting her first year as a senior this season with high hopes for team GB Small Tour selection. Steph, 19, is a Carriage Driver, selected for the GB international training scheme and working towards World Championship selection this year.
Neue Schule Founder, Heather Hyde says: “We’re delighted to have lots of exciting young talent on board the Neue Schule team for 2016. Through their hard work and dedication, the riders we are working with are set to have a fantastic season and we’ll be here to provide our support and advice throughout. It’s great to have them capitalising on the benefits delivered by Neue Schule bits.”
Sponsored rider, Olivia Moriano adds: “It’s a pleasure to be sponsored by such a technologically advanced company who provide amazing products to suit my horses. Neue Schule’s bits are of exceptional quality and sit comfortably to allow me and my horse to perform at our best, I wouldn’t use any other.”
“I’m delighted to have Neue Schule join my team.” says sponsored rider Abi Dean. “The horses have benefited greatly from this exceptional company and their products. The youngsters are much more accepting of the bit, and are working in a much softer outline with no resistance. Nemo is incredibly different since changing bits, the NS Verbindend has given him the shoulder elevation he needs to start working on the more advanced movements and is allowing me to get the hind flexion required for a clear transition.”