|Diamond Mountain Stables|
|A Quest for Excellence|
|Macella O'Neill and Charles White of Diamond Mountain Stables would like to thank sponsors, David Stackhouse Saddles, Purina Feeds and Antarès Helmets.|
David Stackhouse Saddles
David Stackhouse began making saddles in 1962, taught the traditional way by master saddlers. David continued this tradition as he taught his own apprentice, Lesley Gleave. Each Stackhouse saddle is individually crafted not mass produced.
As each saddle is still made by David and Leslie themselves, customers receive a personal attention which is unsurpassed. Over the years many riders, amateurs and professionals alike, have recognized the importance of a saddle with perfect balance. They have found and admired this in Stackhouse saddles for decades. This perfect balance is achieved by combining the correct fit with a properly constructed seat.
Purina is a leader in horse research and equine feed development, Purina knows that different horses, different lifestyles and different circumstances call for different feeds. So whether you’re feeding an elite equine athlete, or a geriatric horse, or you need an all-round formula like Strategy for an entire herd, Purina makes a formula just right for you.
Conceived in 2005 when Antarès Sellier met with one of the leading manufacturers of motorcycle helmets. The helmet was seen for the first time at the Salon du Cheval in Paris in 2007.
The perfect mixture of tradition and modernism, of leathers and colors, the helmet respects the 3 criteria that are so important to Antarès Sellier:
"I have never had a hat that was even close to this comfortable for me, and a big part of the unbelievable comfort is how much cooler this hat is than anything else I've ever worn. I Also think it's a really pretty hat!" Macella O'Neill