Suzuki GB recognise Owners at the Houghton International Horse Trials

Top Quote Suzuki GB is supporting the Houghton International Horse Trials for the eighth consecutive year. To celebrate this long association they are providing the 12-month loan of a KingQuad 400 to the owner of the highest placed horse in the CCI** who has a British based owner. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) May 21, 2013 - "We feel extremely privileged to be involved with such a prestigious event for another year and to have the chance to touch base with our equestrian customers," says Gareth Lumsdaine, ATV Sales and Marketing Manager, Suzuki GB.

    Judy Skinner founder of the Event Horse Owners Association, comments: "The E.H.O.A. is delighted that, by providing such an exciting prize for owners, Suzuki G.B. is showing all those in Eventing that owners play an essential - indeed critical - role in the sport."

    Alec Lochore, Organiser of the trials, commented: "We are delighted to be offering this amazing prize from Suzuki and are we extremely grateful for their continued support."

    Suzuki GB will also be supporting the event with the loan of their hard-working ATVs to travel between the cross-country jumps collecting the score sheets. They will have a trade stand at the show providing information and advice on Suzuki's full range of practical and comfortable ATVs as well as current offers and promotions such as free Workwear Kits and the Courtesy ATV scheme. For more information visit

    For more information on any aspect to this year's Houghton International Horse Trials, visit


    Notes for Editors

    The first International Horse Trials was held at Houghton Hall in 2007

    The box office is open with prices starting at 7 per adult, 4 per child. Full details on how to book, and the provisional timetable are available on

    Houghton Hall is located in stunning parkland, half a mile off the A148 King's Lynn to Fakenham road, approximately 13 miles east of King's Lynn and 10 miles west of Fakenham.

    New for 2013, the venue will also host Norfolk's Festival of Showing and British Showjumping classes.

    The sport of Eventing is the ultimate test of a horse and rider and can be likened to Triathlon. There are 3 different phases to the competition, dressage, cross country and show jumping, in which each horse and rider take part. Eventing is the only Olympic sport where men and women compete on completely equal terms

    Interviews and photo opportunities can be arranged. For all further details and information on The Houghton International please contact:

    Hilary Manners, MEM Ltd. 2 Gate Cottage, Field House Brancaster Kings Lynn Norfolk PE31 8AG Tel: 07973 745267 Email: hilarymanners ( @ ) btinternet dot com

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