Lexington, Ky. – May 9, 2017 – Since its inception in 1924, Fabbri has grown into one of the top equestrian brands, outfitting champions like Olympic gold medalist Nick Skelton and top competitors at this year’s Rolex Kentucky CCI4*. The Kentucky Horse Show Series is pleased to welcome Fabbri as a premier sponsor, bringing tradition and quality to the show’s competitors.
“Fabbri is thrilled to be a sponsor at the spectacular Kentucky Horse Show Series, and to support the horses and riders as they compete through the end of the summer,” Luca Fabbri said. “It’s an important part of Fabbri’s mission to contribute to equestrian sport as a sponsor, and we are looking forward to being part of the action in 2017!”
Each Fabbri product is carefully handcrafted in Italy with traditional and natural materials, offering the highest quality. Fabbri boot soles reflect the comfort and cushioning of an athletic shoe combined with hand stitching and strong, supple Italian leather to create the ultimate riding boot. By not using plastic or synthetic material, Fabbri’s high quality products ensure both longevity and performance.
At the Kentucky Horse Show Series, Fabbri will be offering boot fittings for exhibitors and exclusive Fabbri products as prizes for class winners. Be sure to look for the Fabbri booth to receive a custom fitting and to experience the brand’s newest extension, Carma, a line of contemporary Italian riding apparel featuring custom coats, show shirts, and breeches.
A special thanks to all of the generous sponsors of the Kentucky Spring Horse Shows series: Hagyard Equine Medical Institute, Hollow Creek Farm, CWD, World Equestrian Center, Hallway Feeds, Audi of Lexington, FarmVet, Johnson Horse Transportation, Visse Wedell, Envisian LLC, Fabbri, FarmHouse Tack, Equithrive, Dietrich Equine Insurance Services, TAKE2 Second Career Thoroughbred Program Inc., GGT Footing, Winners Circle Trailer Sales and Service and the official hotel, the Clarion.
The 2017 Kentucky Spring Horse Shows kick off on Wednesday with two weeks of top hunter/jumper competitions during the month of May. The Kentucky Horse Shows series is the host of the Hagyard Challenge series and the USHJA National Hunter Derby series.