Applications to become a 2017 Petplan Equine Ambassador are open offering you a unique opportunity to receive support and help from a company who always puts the horse first.
The opportunity is open to any aspiring grassroots equestrians, who are existing customers of Petplan Equine, the UK’s leading equine insurance company.
Petplan Equine's aim is to give back to customers by selecting ten passionate ambassadors from its own client base to join this exciting programme.
The sponsorship will provide the Ambassadors with the opportunity to help them to become established within the competition circuit and progress up the ranks of their chosen discipline. As well as being insured with Petplan Equine, potential Ambassadors must also have made a claim with the last five years, so all prospective Ambassadors will have experienced the company’s uniquely friendly and efficient attitude to looking after its’ customers.
All Petplan Equine Ambassadors will be provided with branded clothing and kit as well as £500 towards competition entries and training costs. They will also benefit from media training to help further their equestrian careers.
Petplan Equine is looking for Ambassadors who participate in a variety of equine disciplines. If you think you, or someone you know, would be a good candidate make sure to head to the website in September to apply.
The Ambassador applications will remain open until 31 October 2016, following which endorsements will open on 1 December 2016, whereby friends, family and colleagues of those who have applied can comment on why a candidate would be an excellent choice as a Petplan Equine Ambassador. There will be advice on this section closer to the time.
Petplan Equine Marketing Executive, Kate Hopkins commented “The Petplan Equine Ambassador scheme is an excellent opportunity for grassroots riders to gain help, encouragement and support in this prestigious role. We see this as a way to give something tangible back to our customers which can benefit them in real terms.”
For further information on this new programme and for full criteria visit www.petplanequine.co.uk