Supreme Products sponsor Home Produced Chloe Gunn & Oaklawn Gypsy

Tuesday July 22, 2014

Supreme Products are delighted to announce the sponsorship of Home Produced Chloe Gunn and her Irish Sport Horse piebald gelding, Oaklawn Gypsy.

Chloe, 21, has owned Oaklawn Gypsy - known as Bertie - for 7 years and has produced him at home with support from the family. “Bertie is amazing,” said Chloe “We give anything and everything a go - we take part in showing, show jumping, eventing , puissance, side saddle, dressage, inter-hunt relays, hunting and have even tried horse ball and polo! He just takes it all in his stride.”

Chloe and Bertie compete nationally in side saddle, showing and dressage. They took up side saddle 18 months ago and in their debut season in 2013 Chloe was awarded novice rider of the year and reserve supreme Side Saddle Horse of Great Britain. 

Chloe is soon to start her final year the Royal Agricultural University in Cirencester studying Equine Science - with the added bonus of being able to take Bertie to University with her.

‘I am thrilled to be part of the Supreme Products team. I wouldn't use anything else; they are such high quality products and garments that really work. The Coat Gloss, Leg & Body Whitener and the Body Wrap are my absolute ‘must haves’ - they are definitely the secret to his white legs and shiny coat.'  

The new sponsorship will see Chloe and Oaklawn Gypsy benefitting from the many products available from Supreme Products – especially from the Professional Collection and from the top class range of British Made Hoods & Garments - so they can continue to be turned out to the highest standard.

 ‘We are absolutely delighted to welcome the Chloe and Bertie to our team. We’ve known them for a number of years and have been so pleased to watch their development and to see them reap the rewards of all their hard work,” says Sarah Turnbull of Supreme Products.

 For further information on Supreme Products please contact 01377 229050 or visit www.supremeproducts.co.uk


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