The bond between humans and horses is a strong one. From warfare and transportation to leisure and sport, horses have had a huge impact on the human race as early as the Stone Age. Since the reign of King Louis XIV of France, horse gambling became a billion-dollar industry. Today we find horses used for companionship and sports like Dressage and Showjumping. Equestrian therapy is recognized and applied to patients with PTSS, depression and other mental health issues.

"As majestic, hardworking and loyal companions, horses have befriended and helped humans for thousands of years and, for this, they deserve our love, respect and protection."


The horse industry and its economic importance is significant. Both The Netherlands and Belgium are amongst the countries with highest horse density per capita and their breeds gained worldwide acknowledgment. Various type of businesses are related to horses and the sector provides employment to many people. Our agency mediates between equestrian sports brands & -retailers. Best Equestrian Brands aims to build strong brand positions and to be a preferred partner to retailers.

New collaboration!

The Danish  equestrian brand SD Design is entering into a collaboration with the rising star and Grand Prix rider Emma van den Hooven, based with her dressage stable in Hazerswoude-Rijndijk (NL).

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B2B sales & Covid-19

Face-2-face interactions have been limited due to COVID-19. In sales, the personal approach is still a very important factor. The Netherlands finds itself in an unfavourable position and all are urged to work from home, unless necessary. Buyers prefer to meet digitally. But how does one show new products or even introduce a new brand from a distance?

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New brand!

Let us introduce to you.... SD Design! Beautiful riding equipment, focused on bridles and horse wear. The bridles are made of eco friendly leather, designed with anatomi in mind. Danish design with a touch of sparkle. The brand is on fire in Scandinavia and Germany and now ready to shake Dutch ground!

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