Aug 24, 2017

Noble Outfitters Returns as Gold Level Sponsor for the 2017 AEC

By Robby Bowersox - USEA Staff

The United States Eventing Association (USEA) is excited to announce that Noble Outfitters will be returning as a Gold Level sponsor for the 2017 USEA American Eventing Championships (AEC) presented by Land Rover and Nutrena. Noble Outfitters has been generous to award many different prizes for the winners of the AEC divisions and by providing shirts for the volunteers.

“Noble Outfitters is proud to sponsor the 2017 American Eventing Championships; and to show our support for the hard-working horse and rider teams competing this year,” said Wade Brown, the Ecommerce General Manager at Noble Outfitters.

Noble Outfitters has always set out to create products that exceed the needs of riders with quality and functionality, for both the English and Western industries. Noble Outfitters also supplies a wide range of products for both men and women and make durable horse care products, all at affordable prices, for the everyday equestrian.

“We are honored to once again have Noble Outfitters partner with the USEA to honor our volunteers at the AEC and our competitors” stated USEA CEO Rob Burk. “The volunteers at the Championships make the event possible and for the past two years Noble Outfitters has provided each of our volunteers with beautiful polo shirts recognizing their service. The shirts were so nice that we actually had spectators ask where they could buy them! We are lucky to have such an amazing company involved in our sport.”

About Noble Outfitters

Noble Outfitters wants to give the equestrian industry quality clothing and equipment for the everyday rider at an affordable price. The focus is on quality and function with every product so that it may withstand the needs of any discipline of riding. For more information, go to

About the American Eventing Championships

The USEA American Eventing Championships presented by Land Rover and Nutrena is the pinnacle of the sport for the national levels. Held annually, this event draws together the best competitors from across the country vying for national titles from the Beginner Novice through the Advanced level. The AEC will be held August 30- September 3, 2017 at the Tryon International Equestrian Center in Mill Spring, North Carolina.

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