Added Sparkle and Shine at The Great Charity Challenge in Florida, from Equidivine

Added Sparkle and Shine at The Great Charity Challenge in Florida, from Equidivine

British equine glitter tattoo company Equidivine, were pleased to accept an invitation from Horse & Style magazine to attend this year’s Great Charity Challenge at the winter equestrian festival, Palm Beach Equestran Centre, Florida.

Suitcases packed with every colour of glitter imaginable and bespoke quarter marker stencils, Michelle Inch made the journey to Florida to support the charity event. This annual show jumping event which is one of the highlights of the winter equestrian festival, sets teams of over 100 professional riders against each other, not only in their ability to win the class but also to dress to impress according to the set theme. As superheroes took the saddle, Michelle and the team from Equidivine set to work on the Kerkorian/Couch team that was set to compete on behalf of the Take Stock In Children charity.

In a night when the creative costumes became competitive business Equidivine decorated “Team Powerpuff “ with stars, stripes and sparkle including the logo of the chosen charity. As the evening class started, the lights certainly caught the sparkle of the glitter ensuring the Power Puff Girls, Nicole Shahinian Simpson, Kira Kerkorian, Tara Couchstood stood out and were named as one of the top three best costumes of the class.

The fund raising teams consisted of 3 riders who all worked together in a timed relay. Against the powerpuff girls, the incredibles, marvel heroes and even batman were seen jumping at The Palm Beach equestrian centre. This year’s charity total was an impressive 1.5 million raised to support over 34 Palm Beach County charities.

“This really was a fabulous event to support, it was great fun helping decorate the teams and making new friends in the USA, but more importantly a huge amount of money was raised for worthy causes, of course at the end of the night all the glitter stencils were easily removed using warm water, so all the horses went back to business as usual in the ring the next day” said Michelle of Equidivine.

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