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Sponsored Riders

Anthony Clark

Aloeride sponsored rider Anthony Clark

Anthony Clark is an international 4-star event rider. He has a team of 14 horses ranging from young ones to advanced /4-star horses. Anthony has been eventing for over 30 years at all levels, winning national awards for foundation points in 2011 and 2012 for professional riders. He was also on the silver medal-winning European 3-star team in 2015, Nations Cup teams, and team training lists. He successfully shows jumps and competes up to the Advanced level in dressage. Click here to see a video where Anthony talks about Jimmy’s hoof wall separation repair.

Sarah Rogers

Aloeride sponsored rider Sarah Rogers

Sarah is a British dressage rider who rides and competes for the Bechtolsheimer family. Previously, Sarah was based in Germany for five years, where she trained and competed for Klaus Balkenhol. Working with Klaus and Annabel Balkenhol (Klaus’s daughter), Sarah broke and produced numerous young horses, trained the more advanced horses, and competed up to Grand Prix. Sarah also spent three years in Paris competing for International Dressage Judge Marietta Almasy, where she had a lot of success.

Eliza Bell (Nèe Stoddart)

Aloeride sponsored rider Eliza Bell (Nèe Stoddart)

Eliza Stoddart is a 5* eventer based near Market Harborough, Leicestershire. Eliza is the first rider to win back-to-back five-year-old National Eventing titles at the Young Horse Championships. An accolade she won in 2019 with Codebreaker and following this with De Pleasure in 2020. She also won the 2020 Nexgen 6yo Eventing Championships at Hickstead with Codebreaker. She represented GB in the Nations Cup series in 2019 and finished in bronze at Houghton Hall in 2019.

Victoria Bax

Aloeride sponsored rider Victoria Bax

Victoria specialises in retraining ex-racehorses for eventing and has competed up to International CIC2* competition level. She has been part of the Aloeride team since September 2012 and is based in the South East of England, where her team of thoroughbred event horses is trained from just backed and broken to competing successfully on the circuit. In addition to riding and training her own horses, Victoria rides and competes for a number of owners. Click here to watch a video interview with Victoria Bax!

Here is your introductory Aloeride Offer!

Give your horse 12 litres of Soil Association Organic Aloe Vera Barbadensis Miller in 30 palatable powder servings. One supplement with many benefits to your horse (and you)..

Former Sponsored Riders and other Aloeride users of note

Loraine Homer

Aloeride sponsored rider Loraine Homer

Loraine was the winner of the 2011 HOYS Ladies Hunter Championship, show rider, judge and top show horse producer. Loraine was born into a very horsey family, her mother Barbara Ashby-Jones was a top side-saddle rider, while her father David Tatlow was a renowned showman and a former point-to-point champion. As a child Loraine was keen on hunting, and became involved in showing through a working hunter pony called Cuckoo. After leaving school she set up as a show producer, working alongside her father at his yard in Oxfordshire. Loraine specialises in producing top class show hunters, with all of their horses coming over from Ireland as youngsters. She has won titles at all of the major shows, and in 2011 she was hunter champion at the Royal International with Major Moylam. She also won her first HOYS title in the ladies’ hunter class with Jonas O’Shannon. Loraine was our sponsored rider from 2012 until 2022.

Katie Jerram-Hunnable

Katie is almost showing royalty and has scooped nearly every prize under the spotlight. With a variety of top class horses at her stables in Great Dunmow, Essex, including a number owned by Her Majesty the Queen Elizabeth II, Katie is in hot demand for clinics and lessons across the country. Katie became a huge fan of Aloeride when a horse under her care responded rapidly to feeding it Aloeride and has continued to benefit from it since. Katie judges around the world including Ireland, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand and has been on English Judges Panels from the age of twenty one. She is a columnist for Horse and Hound, published her second book on showing and gives lecture demonstrations, clinics and talks for the Retaining of Racehorses.

Samantha Albert

Aloeride sponsored rider Sam Albert

Olympic Three-Day Eventer Samantha Albert loves Aloeride and feeds it to her horses and recommends her students to do the same. Prior to moving to the UK, Sam lived in Jamaica and, in her own words, “we slap aloe vera on everything”. So the use and benefits of aloe vera for horses never had to be explained to Sam. Nor that feeding a horse palatable aloe vera by mouth works much better than applying it externally. Every Olympian is focussed on the best that is possible… Since mid 2018, after Sam found out about Aloeride, we have supplied her training yard and those of her clients.

Winona Hartvikson

Aloeride sponsored rider Winona Hartvikson

Winona Hartvikson was named the Canadian Para-Dressage High Performance Athlete of the Year in 2017 for her dedicated pursuit of qualification for the 2018 FEI World Equestrian Games (WEG) in Mill Spring. With her two mounts, Hartvikson has been a top competitor for Canada. She and Ultimo made their international debut at the 2017 Tryon CPEDI 3*. “I started my Canadian National team horse (Onyx) on Aloeride for a bad case of skin dermatitis and lack of coat growth. He also had slow growing and poor quality hooves. Not only did his skin get better, he has shed out and grown a healthy, super shiny coat. Also, he now has good quality, normal hoof growth. A great ‘side effect’ was that he has become more supple. At the age of 17, he’s no youngster either.”

David Futter

Continuously since 12th August 2014, David Futter on behalf of Yorton Farm Stud has -at a sponsored price- purchased Aloeride for their standing roster of stallions which is in big demand with endorsements from Britain, Ireland and France. They offer yearlings and two-year-olds, following a pattern popular in France and which has the aim of working and educating jump-bred thoroughbreds at a younger age. Over-doing a very young horse is likely to prove counter-productive, but in the hands of talented practitioners who know when and how to press the buttons, it is said to benefit musculoskeletal development, cartilage and tendons, while providing early lessons which benefit the embryonic racehorse once they enter training. David Futter, who runs Yorton Stud with his veterinarian wife Birte and sons Lester and Riley, tried and found no downside to the method, and spotting a gap in the market decided to stage a sale devoted to younger stores.