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FEI partners up with Horse Pilot

The International Equestrian Federation (FEI) has agreed a four-year deal with apparel provider Horse Pilot.

The agreement names the French company as FEI’s Official Equestrian Apparel Supplier through to 2023.

Horse Pilot has strong sporting representation in jumping, eventing and dressage through its partnerships with professional athletes around the world.

Aurélien Guillon, co-founder of Horse Pilot, said: “Our partnership with the FEI plays a key role in maximising Horse Pilot’s global exposure and visibility. Our aim has been to bring design and innovation to all equestrian athletes.”

Plans are also in place for the company to next year launch a bespoke clothing range exclusively for the FEI.

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