The event held in conjunction with Quintessentially Equestrian was well attended by some well known faces from the world of eventing, dressage and show-jumping, including: International eventer Nicky Roncoroni, International dressage rider Bobby Hayler & MBE & Gold Medallist Para Dressage Rider Natasha Baker to name just a few.
Guest speaker for the evening included international show jumper Jay Halim, who as a client and ambassador for their new equestrian division, talked to the crowd about the unique way in which the health club work with their clients.
Très Health already caters for athletes across the sports spectrum, but are now reaching out for horse riders with a range of services targeted at keeping them fit and healthy in the saddle. From physiotherapy to physical, nutrition and even confidence coaching, the centre offers a range of services for the professional and leisure rider, all under one roof. Their growing base of equestrian clients across the UK includes many ‘desk bound’ riders, who for the most part of the week are unable to ride. Recognizing this difference in their developmental support from those riders who are able to ride more regularly is key when it comes to assessing and treating clients.
The event also included a charity raffle in aid of the Mark Davies Injured Riders Fund (www.mdirf.co.uk) with prizes from brands including Hickstead Events, Champion Safety and Timothy Foxx.