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Sponsorships & Events

 

Harrison Lane is proud to support the following events and organisations:

 

Waikato Equestrian Centre

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ACG Strathallan

We annually support ACG Strathallan’s Arts Alive programme, which incorporates an arts festival and performances in March each year, encouraging students’ involvement in the arts.

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Te Hihi School Ag Day – 26 September 2015

We are proud to once again support Te Hihi School’s Ag Day, this year we are a Silver Sponsor.  We are sure Te Hihi will once again turn on a great day for all who choose to visit and we wish all competitors the very best of luck (we know first hand that working with animals always requires a little bit of that!).

We appreciated receiving this lovely thank you letter from Te Hihi School – Thank you Letter

 

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WEC Autumn Horse Trials – May 2015

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HOY Certificate of Appreciation

Harrison Lane Matakana Magic

The Harrison Lane Matakana Magic – 31 January 2015

Matakana Magic wass a brand new show being run on the 31st Jan 2015 at Matakana Country Park.

We were delighted to be the inaugural naming rights sponsor for this show, with classes including:
1. 1.10m horse
2. 1.25m horse
3. 1.20m Pony Grand Prix
4. 1.40m Horse Grand Prix

You can find more information on the Matakana Magic facebook page, and here are a few images from what was a very successful inaugural event.

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Te Hihi School Ag Day – 18 October 2014

We are proud to be a Bronze Sponsor of Te Hihi School’s Ag Day this year.  Ag Days or Calf Club Days are a strong tradition that we’d like to see continue, we love seeing kids inspired to raise animals of any kind.  We wish Te Hihi all the best for their day and are sure they’d love to see you there.

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New Zealand Riding for the Disabled

NZRDA is an association of 56 Member Groups. Groups offer varying services according to the needs of their Riders. The three general fields covered by RDA in New Zealand are:

  • Therapy and Rehabilitation
  • Education, Behaviour Modification and Social Contact
  • Horse Riding for Sport and Recreation for People with Disabilities

Our support of of Riding for the Disabled assists the volunteers at the Auckland Groups (North Shore, Greenhithe, Auckland Eastern Suburbs, Henderson, Totara park, Ambury Park and South Auckland).  In particular, we help volunteers who are undertaking training to increase their Riding for the Disabled skills, by helping to fund their travel, accommodation or course costs.

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AMDG sponsor Harrison Lane

Auckland Manukau Dressage Group

AMDG was formed in 1977 and has been at home on Clevedon Showgrounds since the 1980s. Aiming to provide a quality competition and training venue for dressage in a supportive environment, they cater for riders at all levels of the sport – from the beginner dressage rider to Olympic representatives, from young riders to masters, both able bodied and para-equestrians.

Auckland Manukau Dressage Group enjoys the support received from Harrison Lane and the new club room facilities they designed and built for them.

“I wanted to write personally to say thank you for sponsoring the Amateur Champions at the Auckland Manukau Champs.  I loved the idea of competing on a level playing field against my peers rather than facing the well practiced big names that often win.  It was your sponsorship of the amateur Champions that was the key reason I decided to come up to Auckland from Feilding to compete in the show.  While it was a big trip it was great to see another dressage group and how they put on a show.  It seemd like your lovely building was functional and without a doubt the hub for the show.  I have attached a picture with Vendange wearing his sash, thank you again for your generous sponsorship.”  

Toni Louisson

“Thank you very much for your sponsorship of the Auckland Manukau Dressage Group Amateur series and classes. This category gives us riders who are new to the discipline an opportunity to be competitive in our level. We had a fantastic weekend for our second registered start. Many thanks again.”  

Sarah Vernon and Pandora MH

 

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Show Jumping Auckland Manukau

Organising show jumping events and training sessions throughout the Auckland Region, Show Jumping Auckland Manukau is proud to enjoy the support of Harrison Lane.  You may see us at their annual two star show in November at the Franklin A&P show grounds, where we often sponsor a Ring for the duration of the show and have a trade stand there as well.

Richfields Eventing

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Lizzie Brown clears the Harrison Lane show jump

The Richfields International Horse Trial, incorporating the New Zealand National One Day Eventing Championships was held at Richfields Thoroughbred Stud, Taniwha Road, Waerenga, New Zealand  26-27 November 2011, and Harrison Lane was proud to be supporting this event.

Here is Laura’s report from the event…

“The Force 10 gale didn’t deter any competitors from the Show Jumping and Cross Country Phases of this event on the Saturday.  Bill Borrie’s Farm at Te Kauwhata looked as magnificent as ever and the Cross Country track had some interesting challenges.  When I walked the course The Annandale hanging log at fence 7 looked to be one of the biggest tests and throughout the day a number of horses did take aversion to jumping it, although most were successful at the second or third attempt.We had the ‘Harrison Lane Village’ on the cross country phase which was a combination of island jumps that were taken in different combinations depending on the class.  Sadly Simon Gordon on Simply Mitch, who were overnight leaders in the 3*, had a closer inspection of the ground at the final element of the Harrison Lane Village.  The 3* is run under FEI rules which doesn’t allow competitors to re-mount and continue on the course.  I commentated on some of the cross country phase with Graham Smith who is a great tutor and mentor and I feel privileged to have been asked. We are delighted to have been part of the event and all the competitors, supporters and helpers made the day extremely enjoyable.  We look forward to being part of it again next year.”