The past few years have been a whirlwind for the N2 Saddles and our team.  We have grown to a recognizable global brand to equestrians and receive calls daily from customers around the world.  It is such a great feeling to recognize our dream has become a reality and we are honored to work with so many great individuals.

With our growth, we are not naïve in recognizing what has gotten us to this point.  We love the sport of dressage and will continue to support and give back to those who have supported us over the years.  Starting on August 3rd, we will have a large booth at The Longines FEI/WBFSH World Breeding Dressage Championships for Young Horses in

Ermelo, The Netherlands.  The 2016 event in Ermelo was so much fun and successful , we just had to return and have stepped up our presence to be even bigger than last year.

The Championships themselves were such a huge success that organizers have adjusted the schedule to accommodate more competitors due to the international interest in the event.  Some of the new things for this year is the qualifying round for 5 and 6 year old horses are split over two days to allow for additional combinations and adding a class for former WCYH Dressage competitors.

With all these new events happening, N2 Saddlery will be on site helping current riders and showing our beautiful saddle styles to event goers.  Saddles such as our Vincitore with Cobalt Blue piping/welt and blue Ostrich on cantle and rear gussets we are thrilled to show off.  Yes, I said Ostrich and there will be Stingray as well.  We’ll also have some of our Cardhu saddles which have quickly become a favorite of many riders around the globe in addition to the Vantaggio and The Jeremy.  With a combination of so many different options and leathers, and being super comfortable for the horse and rider, it’s no surprise many N2 Saddle users love these saddles.

Outside the Breeding Dressage Championships for Young Horses, we have sponsored a number of non-profits and shows. We started this winter in Wellington, FL for the entire season at Global Dressage and the Dressage CDI in Paso Robles, CA. One of our fairly recent stops brought us to Sarah Lockman’s for an event for the United States Pony Club.  So many smiling faces and a beautiful day makes it hard to wait until next years event.

As we plan for the future, there are so many more great events and non-profits we are so excited to be involved with.  The dog days of Summer are upon us but we hope to see you sometime in the near future.

Check out the Championships information here: