Become a Sponsor at Waredaca
Waredaca Horse Trials are stalwarts for Area II and the larger US eventing community. Family owned and operated since 1937, Waredaca’s five annual horse trials provides opportunities for every type of competitor; and a tremendous marketing opportunity for businesses of all types. Thousands of people come to Waredaca each year. We host Olympians, 4-star and upper level US and international professionals, local professionals and trainers, amateurs, pony clubbers as well as their owners, staff, supporters, and families. This diverse cross-section of the eventing community provides an efficient way to promote your business to a group of people passionate about their sport and community.
Waredaca does not view sponsors just as a source of income. We truly value our partners and encourage their input and ideas for how to make their sponsorship more valuable for them. We are committed to providing your company with the high level of benefits you expect. Our cost-effective sponsorship packages range from the $500 Bronze level to the $1,500 Platinum level and include promotion through social media, corporate signage, fence sponsorships, website links, print advertising and more. One purchase grants exposure at ALL Waredaca events for that calendar year.
Please download our Sponsorship Form for detailed information about what we have to offer.
Become a Fence Sponsor
What a better way to easily promote your business, honor a beloved horse, remember close friend or family member than with a cross country fence sponsorship. Your customized plaque will be seen by hundreds throughout the year as competitors and their supporters walk our cross country courses. You can also request your plaque be used on a specific division’s course and flowers may be able to be placed next to your plaque.
Please download our Fence Sponsorship form for more detailed information.
Thank You to Our 2019 Sponsors
In Loving Memory of Barney and Tasha (Liz & Skip)
In Memory of Melissa Dobbs (Jessica Jones)
In Loving Memory of Daisy Mae (the Easton Family)