Rein and Shine Equestrian Centre and Ridgeway Rider have teamed up to create an exciting new partnership that will see huge benefits for both parties and for local riders.
The partnership will see Rein and Shine’s main riding arena renamed as the ‘Ridgeway Rider Arena’. The Centre holds lessons for over 1000 riders of all levels every month as well as hosting regular competitions, including cross country events, some of which will also be sponsored by Ridgeway Rider. Visitors to the Centre will see new banners from Ridgeway Rider decorating the newly named arena. Riders can also pick up a copy of the Ridgeway Rider magazine when they visit Rein and Shine.
In return, Rein and Shine will regularly appear in the Ridgeway Rider magazine so readers can keep up to date with all the latest updates and news from their local equestrian centre.
Johanna McDonald, proprietor of Rein and Shine Equestrian Centre, commented:
“We’re thrilled with this new partnership. Ridgeway Rider is a great magazine; they run lots of local equestrian news and competition updates. This makes them the perfect partner for Rein and Shine as we’re all about making horse riding and competitions accessible to local riders. We look forward to working with them for the foreseeable future.”
Sara Haines, Editor from Ridgeway Rider commented:
“We are pleased to be working with Rein and Shine Equestrian Centre and look forward to all the success stories from competitors. Ridgeway Rider is the free to pick up magazine for all things equestrian across the South West and we look forward to seeing our banners on the new Ridgeway Rider Arena”.