Equesure sponsors Saddle up for Harry 2018

Equesure is proud to be sponsoring the Saddle up for Harry sponsored ride on Saturday 14th July. We are covering all costs of this event, so every penny of your entrance fee will go direct to Helping Harry!


About Harry

This ride is to raise much needed funds for the "Helping Harry" trust. Harry has significant health problems having suffered extensive strokes at birth, he has cerebral palsy and other complex needs. He’s a lively and brave little chap and we want to do as much to help him as we can.

About the event

The event will take place across the beautiful Northamptonshire countryside at the Park Farm UK chasers cross country course. It's a gorgeous course, over either 3 or 8.5 miles and lots of optional jumps. Perfect for all levels of ability.


Park Farm Equestrian & Chasers is situated near the boundaries of Northamptonshire, Warwickshire and Leicestershire within easy reach from the M1 (junctions 18 and 20), the M6 and A14, near the towns of Market Harborough, Lutterworth and Rugby.

How to enter the event

If you’d like to join us for this event, please secure your place by contacting Julie Doyle on julie.doyle@hotmail.co.uk. Entry fees are £25 for adults and £10 for children. There is limited availability so Julie will only be taking bookings in advance and not on the day.

If you’d like to keep updated with what Harry’s been getting up to and further news and events please like Harry's Page.

Furthermore, if you'd like to keep up to date with Equesure news and events, please like Equesure's Page


Thank you so much for your support and we look forward to seeing you there!

The Equesure team x

Find out more about the policies we can offer:

Ʊ Horse   

Ʊ Horsebox   

Ʊ Trailer   

Ʊ Rider 


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