2019 Summit Sponsors

Last year’s Summit was incredible for its range of attendees. Vets, competitive riders, recreational riders, and trainers came from Canada, Europe and two dozens states to soak up our academic and arena presentations.

Equally impressive is Summit sponsor support. We’re thrilled to have the following sponsors back in force and welcome several new sponsors:

Patagonia returns as title sponsor

Title Sponsor:

Patagonia WorkWear – makers of a new line of hemp-based apparel with jackets, vests, sweaters, and shirts. You may check out this tough, attractive apparel at our trade show where it will be specially branded with BHPS logo.

Read our review of the Barn Coat  and our welcome to Patagonia as title sponsor.

Session Sponsors:

The Maine State Society for the Protection of Animals is the largest horse rescue and rehabilitation facility in New England. Read more about the Society here.

Lucerne Farms – After hay and grass, forage is the best option for horse feed. Forage is healthier than grain or any processed feed and is ideal for senior horses, horses in work, and when traveling. Learn more about Lucerne here.

Kate’s Real Food – We welcome Kate’s Real Food, maker of delicious, organic, and gluten free trail bars, as a new Session Sponsor. Founder Kate Schade is a big fan of multi-use access to public lands. That includes horse riders, too. Enter “Best2019” and get a 30 percent discount off your order.

Horses With Hope

Contributing Sponsor:

Circle Z Ranch

Additional Sponsors:

Carlisle Academy

Camden Hills Equine Inn

Compassionate Composting – this Maine operation is a pioneer in the above-ground burial of large animal carcasses.

Equine Guelph, University of Guelph – a leader in online equine education, this Ontario, Canada entity provides education and training to hundreds of students worldwide.

Trafalgar Square Books – the Vermont company publishes some of the best equine education books, including several volumes by past  BHPS presenter Dr. Gerd Heuschmann.

Stanley – who doesn’t need a travel mug from this legendary company? We’ve found the Switchback mugs to be the best in the category. You can buy a custom-inked Switchback at our trade show.

Alpine Start – This Colorado company has created an instant coffee that tastes decidedly fresh-brewed. Look for it to warm you up at our arena presentations.

Skidmore’s – we love their leather cream for all our gear. All attendees will receive a complimentary tub during the Summit farewell reception

Knotty Girlz – this woman-owned, Washington state rope company is our favorite for halters and leadlines. Check out their offerings at our trade show.

Chill Angel – This Colorado company makes luxurious pajamas and nighties from superfine merino wool. This sleepwear is blissful for all and perfect for anyone experiencing hot flashes. Look for these fun-colored, well-made garments at our trade show. Read our review here.

5 Star Equine Products – This Arkansas company has been crafting all natural, wool felt pads for decades. Owner Terry Moore is sending a few All Around pads to the Summit. Look for them at our trade show.

Grandy Oats – This Maine company has the yummiest granola on the market. Our favorite? Coconola! It’s organic, grain-free, and delicious. Coconut, pecans, cashews, and more. Check out their trail mixes here. Look for a gift assortment at our trade show.

Buy a custom-inked travel mug at the Summit

Kicking Horse Coffee

Spalding Fly Predators

Southwest Printing

Our sponsors would love to hear from you!

Have you heard of these sponsors, tried their products, surfed their sites? Let them know that their support is integral to our success and thank them for directing their energy and resources to our mission of improving the horse-human connection.

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