MicroPerformance joining MGAGB Equestrian competition
This year, The Mounted Games Association of Great Britain (MGAGB) is celebrating its 35th anniversary. Inspired by H.R.H Prince Philip and founded by Mr Norman Patrick in 1984, the idea was to create a fun mounted competition for children to enjoy, without necessarily involving expensive ponies. Although there are various age groups, the upper age limit has long been removed in order for everyone to be able enjoy taking part in these equestrian games.
The original associations were made up of seven teams:- Avon, Berkshire, Hampshire, Hertfordshire, Surrey, Sussex and South West Wales. More counties joined in 1994 as the association grew, however growth has not been limited to Great Britain, as the popularity of the competition has led to the formation of International Mounted Games Association (IMGA) which has many nations from all continents affiliated with it.
This year, for the first time MicroPerformance have been invited to attend the Inter Counties Championships, which will take place at New Forest Showground between the 24/08/2019 to 26/08/2019.
What’s on offer?
We will be setting up our stand at the event, and offering our sweat wicking, anti-slip saddle pads, as well as a full range of other equestrian products available, such as tendon boots, polo bandages and more.
Also, our breathable, super grip, water resistant riding gloves would come in handy for any competitor.
In fact with a mini heatwave forecasted for the bank holiday weekend, benefiting from our engineered products, with the well-being of horse and comfort of rider in mind, could be the difference between winning or not!
If you happen to be competing or simply attending this interesting even, please come and see us for a demo of our quality equestrian products. We are delighted to offer everyone an amazing 30% discount during the days of competition.
Looking forward to seeing some fast paced, exciting performances on horseback, and the variety of games on offer, where spurs and whips are rightly not allowed as a true test of horsemanship in this equestrian competition