Zeidler Farm of Calgary, AB, has welcomed Devoucoux as the saddle sponsor of its prominent hunter/jumper breeding and training program.
Founded by Canadian Show Jumping Team veteran Tani Zeidler, Zeidler Farm has been home to a world-class breeding program since 2005 and offers training for horses and riders of all levels, with instruction from Zeidler.
“We are very excited by our partnership with Tani and Zeidler Farm,” said Devoucoux sales representative Stacy Von Marenholtz. “Tani leads a highly respected farm that we are proud to work with.”
Devoucoux saddles are hand-crafted in France, where they are cut, prepared, assembled, and machine- and hand-stitched to result in a highly elegant and comfortable saddle. Innovative by nature, the company’s newest D3D technology allows Devoucoux to design the most sophisticated padding in terms of performance and comfort for both horse and riders.
Zeidler has been a supporter of Devoucoux’s carefully crafted saddles for some time and is equally excited to welcome the company to the Zeidler Farm team as a sponsor.
“We couldn’t ask for a better saddle partner than Devoucoux,” said Zeidler, who looks forward to continuing to use saddles on all of the Zeidler Farm homebred horses. “They’re beautifully made, they’re comfortable to ride in, and they fit all of our horses so well.”
Zeidler’s devotion to her horses’ care and to the breeding and training of young horses has resulted in impressive international performances from Zeidler Farm homebreds, including top finishes on this year’s Longines Global Champions Tour.
Likewise, Zeidler’s dedication to her students has helped riders of all levels achieve great success in the show ring. Prospective Zeidler Farm students sit down with Zeidler to discuss their individual goals in order to develop an individual program best suited to fit their needs, whether their goals be recreational riding or national or international competitions.
With the support of its new sponsor, Zeidler Farm lesson clients can also enjoy riding in Devoucoux saddles!
To learn more about Zeidler Farm, visit www.ZeidlerFarm.com, or find Zeidler Farm on Facebook here!
To learn more about Devoucoux, visit www.devoucoux.com.
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