We rely on you—our Sponsors—because of you—the show goes on!

Camelot Equestrian Park Benefactor, Jackie Steiner of Thoro Packaging (on right) making her donation to CEPF (left to right) Eventing Organizer Terry Hilst and Executive Director Connie Ballou.

Sam's Club Over the Moon Cross Country Jump

Funded by Pat Gatz through Sam's Club Volunteerism Always Pays Program

Stadium Jump sponsored by
Ballou Company Real Estate Services—

Tara Anderson of Ballou Company donated $100 for each escrow she closed in 2016.

SPONSOR APPLICATION

Sponsorship Opportunities

Each year Camelot Equestrian Park runs a diverse number of key activities including horse trials, dressage shows, hunter/jumper shows, fund raising events, and more. We offer many wonderful opportunities to support these individual events including program and website ads, banners, competitor hospitality, awards/prizes and vendor spaces.

 

Sponsor an Event in the discipline of your choice!

There are several opportunities to support a specific competition or event.  Connect with spectators, guests, and competitors. Display your banner, logo or products. Outlined below are great marketing and sponsorship areas that can be tailored to suit your needs or the needs of your business:

Camelot Equestrian Park offers a unique opportunity to showcase your business enterprise. Partnering with CEPF will support the preservation of the land for our idyllic horse playground, the growth of the regional economy, and the future of horse sports in the Northern California.

 

For information about sponsorship at the Camelot Equestrian Park, please contact our Executive Director and Fundraising Administrator: Connie Ballou at connie@cameotequestrianpark.com

Camelot  Equestrian Park needs your corporate sponsorship.

Advertising Space in the Competition Program

Competitor's Party

Vendor Space

Banner Display

High Score Award Sponsor

Competition Series Sponsor

"The horse with beauty unsurpassed, strength immeasurable and grace unlike any other, still remains humble enough to carry a man upon his back."

—Amber Senti—