Equilibrium Products Rising Stars

Could you be our next Rising Star?

This is your chance to become a part of Equilibrium Products’ RISING STARS sponsorship programme!

We are looking for amateur riders of all ages, in all equine disciplines and at all levels that are regularly competing and are looking for support to help achieve their goals.

Riders are invited to share their stories, achievements, dreams and aspirations for a chance to be chosen as an Equilibrium Rising Star.  Four winners will be chosen at the end of  March, June, September and December.

Each quarterly winner will receive £250 worth of Equilibrium Products and have the opportunity to become an Equilibrium Products Brand Ambassador.

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Please note that this competition is open to UK residents only.

Rising Stars Entry

Please fill out the below in as much detail as possible and submit your entry.
  • i.e. Name, breed, age, height, history, experience.
  • This could be disciplines that you currently compete in, or ones that you are aiming towards.
  • Tell us about you and your horses, ie. your story, past achievements and future goals/plans.
  • When you are happy with your entry, please press SUBMIT button below

Our Winner for October to December 2018

Chelsea Abrahams ‘We are delighted to announce Chelsea as…

How Dedication and Determination has put Rising Star Jo Hall back in the Ribbons

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Our Winner for July to September 2018

Lily Warburton ‘We are delighted to announce Lily as our Rising…

Our winner for April to June 2018

Alexzandra Houldcroft 'We are delighted to announce Alexzandra…

Rising Star Winner - Where are they now?

Grace Wallace In April 2016 Grace Wallace was Equilibrium’s…

OUR WINNER FOR JANUARY TO MARCH 2018

Harriet Holland Harriet is a 15 year old rider juggling her…

OUR WINNER FOR OCTOBER TO DECEMBER 2017

Maisie Hodge Maisie and her two horses Garant H (Big G) and…

Our winner for July to September 2017

Robyn Catterall Robyn and her horse Carnsdale Irish Times, ID…

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