This past weekend, JustWorld Ambassador Zoë McQuillan was pleased to invite riders and auditors to participate in a fundraising clinic with internationally recognized show jumper Blair Willmer on Saturday, June 16, 2018, at the state of the art, Kensington Equestrian Center, LLC, located in beautiful Kensington, New Hampshire.
A junior rider, Zoe took on this outstanding fundraiser as a way to make a change and better the lives of nearly 7,000 children living in Cambodia, Guatemala, Honduras, and the United States. She coordinated with other local Ambassadors, horse farms, trainers, and business to ensure the success of this inspired initiative. 100% of all proceeds raised from this event went back to JustWorld to further its programs.
Blair Willmer began his career in the United Kingdom, rising in the ranks and competing in some of the most prestigious horse shows in the United Kingdom and internationally. Given his success on the international circuit, he is licensed to compete on behalf of the British Equestrian Federation in International Equestrian Federation (FEI) competitions, the world’s top events. In addition to his skill as a rider and trainer, Blair has a proven track record of developing riders. Blair is known for his personal touch and relatability in lessons as well as in the clinic setting, making riders quickly feel at ease as he skillfully imparts his knowledge.
For a donation, riders and onlookers trailed into the Kensington Equestrian Center to hone their skills and truly ride for a cause.
Special thanks to clinician Blair Willmer, Ambassadors Zoe McQuillan, and Ali Donahue, supporters Jess Elliott, Jocelyn Arel and Brian McQuillan for making this event come to life!
About Kensington Equestrian Center
Kensington Equestrian is situated on 132 acres and the facility features a 200 x 200 GGT™ outdoor arena, 200 x 100 adjacent grass arena with built-in banks and ditches, 100 x 200 GGT™ outdoor gymnastics arena, 80 x 150 indoor area with Attwood Equestrian Pinnacle™ dustless footing, 2 grass jumping fields and miles of trails.