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Reaching the highest levels of Equestrian sport can present many financial hurdles for aspiring riders, and many rely on the support of horse owners and sponsorships to help them achieve their ambitions. Having produced her own horse, 12-year-old gelding Charly van ter Heiden, like many riders Mollie is always exploring new avenues to be able to continue her extremely promising career in Eventing.
Airwalk Reply has long been champions of up-and-coming talent. It is committed to providing a working environment that encourages growth and development, and also offers a Graduate Scheme for students who have shown particular promise. As a company who believes in investing in young people, Airwalk Reply felt that being able to support 24-year-old Mollie in her Eventing aspirations was a good fit.
Mollie has already achieved significant success in Eventing, including representing Team GB on three Senior Nations Cup teams, as well as becoming the youngest-ever winner at Luhmühlen 5* 2021. Her sights are now set on the 2024 Olympics in Paris.
Adrian Cloke, Partner at Airwalk Reply, said: “Mollie is such a promising rider with a great future ahead of her, and we are delighted to be able to support her. Airwalk Reply is passionate about creating opportunities for young talent, and we are proud to be able to help Mollie works towards her goal of representing Great Britain at the top of the sport.”
Mollie Summerland added: “It’s great to be able to work with Airwalk Reply and I thank them believing in me. Being an athlete in equestrian sport has a variety of highs and lows, so the support I receive is invaluable as I work towards my dream of representing Team GB at the next Olympic Games.”
Find out more about Mollie at molliesummerland.com.