Liverpool International Horse Show

Sponsorship at Liverpool International Horse Show

Gornall Equestrian – an elite showjumping yard designed for maintaining world-class equine athletes – has taken up the sponsorship mantle of the CSI 4* 1.40m warm up class on Friday at this year’s Liverpool International Horse Show, which takes place from 28 to 31 December.

The event, famed for its thrilling equestrian sport and spectacular family entertainment, will see jumping’s most illustrious names – including sponsor and international showjumper Jamie Gornall – riding at the prestigious show in December.

“We are extremely excited to be sponsoring at Liverpool for a second year running, its a fantastic show and we are really looking forward to jumping here again” he said. “The sponsorship shows our commitment to top-flight competition and highlights our passion for elite horses with the perfect temperament, outstanding talent and great breeding.”

Jamie will be competing some of his very best breeding stallions in the show’s 4* classes. More information on Gornall Equestrian stallions can be found here.

Gornall Equestrian, based in the North of England, is one of the finest training establishments in Europe offering bespoke training and livery packages.  Gornall ensure they work with the best suppliers and practitioners for all aspects of the horses’ management, which enables Jamie and his team to be capable of managing and maintaining world class equine athletes.

Jamie has built up an enviable team of horses that are jumping up to CSI5* level, three of which can be seen at Liverpool International Horse Show. The majority of the horses at Gornall are competition stallions which are available for fresh, chilled and frozen semen.  Jamie’s wealth of knowledge and enthusiasm for bloodlines and breeding underpins the semen service offered by Gornall Equestrian to riders and breeders wishing to produce their own future superstars. “I am confident that our competition stallions provide the best possible gene pool for horses destined for a career in showjumping,” said Jamie.

Liverpool International Horse Show