Fleeceworks recently announced their support of event rider Jenn McFall, who recently completed her first four-star at Rolex Kentucky this year. Top image of Jen McFall and High Times at Rolex by Sally Spickard.
The whole McFall family events: husband Earl, wife Jenn, and daughter Taylor. All in the family, I suppose? Jenn and her horse, High Times, completed the Rolex Kentucky Three Day Event this year, notching their first four-star and getting a big high five from coach Hawley Bennett-Awad at the cross country finish line.
This year, Jen’s daughter Taylor began eventing her pony, Kilbarry Prince. This little pair have taken to eventing like a moth to a flame, and the photos that are posted after each competition are enough to elicit an involuntary “Awww!” from the audience.
Jen was thrilled to be picked up by Fleeceworks, and she posted the following on their website as a testimonial to her experiences with Fleeceworks products:
“I was introduced to the superior Fleeceworks technology Spring of 2013, when I made a trip back to the East Coast to compete with my horse, High Times, in the Jersey Fresh CCI***. On our way there, we went to Rolex first so that he could experience the atmosphere before competing him there this year. Fortunately for me, I forgot my work pads. I headed up to the trade fair where I encountered Fleeceworks and decided to give them a try. After speaking with the sales rep about my horse’s slightly longer back and chronic pain, I purchased the FXK Half Pad that provides relief for the withers and spine with its patented elastic design. She also suggested that I use the pad under my square pad for added benefit, which I did for the remainder of the week.”
To read more about Jen’s experiences with Fleeceworks, be sure to visit their website. Stay tuned for much more on the McFall family as they prepare to head out for the destination summer event: Rebecca Farms.