Zoe Wilkinson , MTBTG Final, Little Park, September 2014As an extension to the The Mark Todd Bridging the Gap Training Series, British Eventing has again teamed with the Mark Todd Collection and Keyflow Feeds to provide an amazing sponsorship and support package for one talented lucky rider.

All riders that take part in one or more of the ridden MTBTG training sessions throughout 2014 are eligible and are invited to apply for the MTBTG Scholarship  In this exciting initiative the winning applicant will receive the following sponsorship and support package for the 2015 eventing season:

  • Three individual training sessions plus mentoring from the legendary Sir Mark Todd
  • A year’s worth of Mark Todd Keyflow feed for one horse to the value of £1500 plus nutritional advice
  • Clothing, tack and horse-wear from the Mark Todd Collection to the value of £1500

We’ll be looking for someone that is working hard to fulfil their competitive ambitions but who perhaps lacks the resources to access world-class training and support. Sir Mark Todd will work with MTBTG coaches Gill Watson and Lizzel Winter to select the winner, along with representatives from Keyflow Feeds and the Mark Todd Collection.

The winning rider will act as an ambassador for the Mark Todd brands (The Mark Todd Collection and Keyflow) throughout 2015 and be involved in promotion and publicity surrounding the Mark Todd Bridging the Gap Training Series as well as the Scholarship.

Lizzel Winter updates us on the Mark Todd Bridging the Gap Training Series which is sponsored by The Mark Todd Collection and Keyflow Feeds. Lizzel also chats about the Mark Todd BTG Scholarship and explains how the training initiative has evolved. Interview by The Mark Todd Collection

Applications for 2016 are now open, follow this link to the application page. Please visit British Eventing’s website to read about the exciting new developments to the scheme for 2016.


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