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William Fox Pitt

Our new sponsored rider, needs no introduction! William has been riding since he was a child, winning a silver and gold medals at consecutive Junior Europeans Championships. William completed his first badminton at the age of 20 and had his first Burghley win five years later. This established him as a regular on the British Senior team and competed in his first Olympics in Atlanta. William was the first British rider to become eventing's World No 1 a distinction he achieved in 2002, 2009, 2010 and again in 2014.  He has represented his country consistently over the past 24 years, including 5 Olympic games - winning team Silver at the 2012 London Olympics, team Silver at the 2004 Athens Olympics, team Bronze at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, team Silver and Individual Bronze at the 2014 World Equestrian Games in Normandy, Individual Bronze at the 2013 European Championships in Malmo, team Gold and Individual Silver at the 2010 World Equestrian Games in Kentucky, team Silver at the 2006 World Equestrian Games in Aachen, and team Bronze at the 2002 World Equestrian Games in Jerez.  He has won seven team Gold medals at the European Championships. He is the only rider to have won five out of the six CCI****’s worldwide having won Burghley (1994, 2002, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2011), Badminton (2004 & 2015), Luhmuhlen (2008), Rolex Kentucky (2010, 2012, 2014) and Pau (2011, 2013).  He has won the HSBC FEI Classics, a series linking the top six Three-Day Events in the world, four times (2008, 2010, 2012 and again in 2014) and finished second in 2011. In 2011 William became the first rider to win a record six Burghley titles (on six different horses) and became one of the first riders to ever win a CCI*, CCI** and CCI*** at the same event on the same day - a feat acheived at Tattersalls, Ireland. William has won an unprecedented 14 CCI****'s and 59 CCI three-day events.  His achievements in the sport make him one of the most successful British event riders of all time. But most importantly for us, William and his team already understand the importance of Bio Security, both at home and away and now have a product and service that help them achieve it! We are really looking forward to working with William and his team.

Daniel Delsart

Daniel and Victoria are the owners and founders of Teeton Valley Stables, which is located on the Northamptonshire/Leicestershire border. Daniel rides, trains and competes sports horses and coaches young riders both from the yard and at competitions.
Teeton Valley Stables is completely off grid with all electricity provided by solar power, including the arena lighting. Rainwater is harvested and stored in a 10,000 litre tank to be used for the horse’s drinking water, which means it needs to be treated to ensure it is clean and safe to use. We treat the harvesting/storage tanks with EndoSan 20 disinfectant and we disinfect the yard on a monthly basis to keep the pathogen load on the yard to a minimum. 
We are so excited to be supporting Daniel and Teeton Valley Stables and look forward to sharing his successes with you.

Lily Pinchin

Double I jockey

Lily from Gloucestershire like many children started her horsey career in the local pony club where she was an active member, taking part in all disciplines. Before being bitten by the pony racing bug, she won on her very first time out at Cheltenham racecourse!

Keen to learn, Lily attended pony racing training days, before deciding to give Point to Pointing ago. She rode in her first point to point in February 2015 and won for the first time in April 2016. A dedicated and determined young jockey, Lily rode out before school in the mornings and made the move to The British racing school in Newmarket before starting to work full time at the age of 16. Lily’s first win under rules was in May 2017 and to date Lily has recorded 57 winners under rules. Lily suffered a set-back in April 2021 when she broke her back in a racing fall, she was out of action for six months. Lily rode her next winner on only her second ride back after her injury.

Lily’s aim was 14 winners this season and this talented young jockey already has 21 winners under her belt. We’re looking forward to having Lily as a brand ambassador, with her background knowledge of horse care and her understanding of the importance of bio-security within the equine sector, particularly within the racing sector, she was a natural choice for us.

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