How much does it cost to sponsor a horse?
On average, it costs anywhere from approximately $150 to $250 or more each month to provide basic care for each horse. Our herd includes everything from minis to drafts, young horses to seniors, and healthy horses to those in rehab.
How do I find a sponsor?
5 Steps to Get Sponsorship for Your Events
- IDENTIFY YOUR ASSETS TO A SPONSOR. Sponsors leverage their sponsorship as a marketing strategy.
- TIMING IS IMPORTANT. Most companies only do event sponsoring at certain times of the year.
- BE DATA-HEAVY IN YOUR PROPOSAL.
- PROPOSE DIFFERENT PACKAGE LEVELS.
- MAKE IT ABOUT THE SPONSOR.
What is a horse sponsor?
Sponsorships help purchase feed, hay, nutritional and medicinal supplements, bedding, farrier services, and veterinary and dentistry care, and barn supplies such as feed tubs and water buckets, halters and lead ropes, fly spray, shampoo, liniment, wound-care materials, etc., and other program costs.
What is a horse ambassador?
Our Equine Ambassadors are sport horses whose owners donate a portion of their winnings in equestrian sport competitions to help ensure that all horses are safe, healthy, and treated with dignity as partners.
How do you write a letter asking for sponsorship?
You should use the right structure or it won’t look professional.
- Start the letter with the date, and then the sponsor’s name and address.
- Then, after a space, put the salutation: Dear (Name of the person) and a comma.
- Keep it short. Keep the sponsorship letter on one page.
- Send it snail mail.
How do you get brands to sponsor you?
Know your worth.
- Define your brand. You’ll see the best engagement if you’re able to define your niche.
- Know your audience.
- Post consistently.
- Use hashtags and geotags.
- Tag brands in your posts.
- Include contact information in your bio.
- Pitch paid sponsorships.
- Know your worth.
How can I apply for sponsorship?
Making an application
- Your details. Name. Company. Telephone number. Email address. Postal address.
- Brief details of the sponsorship. Please provide very brief answers to these questions: Name of your sponsorship/event. A one-line description of the sponsorship/event. The fee being sought, inclusive of all taxes.
Which of the following is considered a pony?
For many forms of competition, the official definition of a pony is a horse that measures less than 14.2 hands (58 inches, 147 cm) at the withers. Standard horses are 14.2 or taller.