We are Proud to Support a Great Group of Horse and Rider Athletes
Southern Equine Distributing is pleased to support equestrian athletes across several disciplines. Providing their horses with our line of Equine Omega Supplements to achieve peak performance.
Today Beth is competing at the highest level with wonderful and talented mounts. Beth Underhill’s International Show Jumping career places her today as an impressive veteran of Pan American, Olympic and World Equestrian Games. Beth is one of Canada’s top coaches for junior/amateur riders through to Grand Prix athletes. Beth’s successful career and the knowledge she has gained allows her to guide, train and mentor both horse and rider from junior to world class competition level. Beth has a wealth of experience to share with students; as the Leading Woman Rider in the World in 1995, also the first woman to win the Canadian World Cup League as well as representing Canada in the Olympics and many Nations Cup Competitions across the world: Italy, Spain, Luxemberg, Germany, Equador, USA, Holland.
"My name is Trinity Sachau, I am 17 years old and grew up in Orton Ontario, and attended St.James Catholic High School in Guelph. I recently finished high school one year early to concentrate on my riding before I applied for college. I have been working at 2 barns part-time to help cover horse expenses, and I am also a part-time working student for Pippa Hambly at Glenarden Farms. I spend my time riding my horse Ellie as well as others I have the opportunity to ride. I think it is very important to ride as many horses as I can to make me a better rider and learn how to ride different styles of horses. My favorite discipline is eventing so there are lots to learn since it includes dressage, show jumping, and cross country. I have applied to paramedic programs at college for next year. I also enjoy snowboarding and working out at the gym. I finished last season moving up to training level and hope to compete there this season. My long-term goal is to represent Canada either at Young Riders or eventually the Olympics. There are many things involved in getting a horse and rider to this level so I am working hard to get all the knowledge I can. I passed my B written for Pony club and hope to complete the full test this summer. Keeping my horse healthy is a large part of achieving my goals, this is why I am a strong believer in Equine Omega Complete. With Ellie in an intense training program, this product provides her with benefits such as gut, muscle, joint and respiratory protection, which is so important.
I am so excited to be a brand ambassador for Equine Omega Complete and I am excited for 2002 to be able to get back to training hard and continuing our success in eventing."
- Trinity Sachau
Holly Jacks-Smither is a BC native who moved to Ontario and has worked with notable international riders, competing and training horses before starting her own riding and training business in 2006. Since that time, Holly has been to 2 nations cups (Aachen and Great Meadows) to represent Canada. In 2015 she was long listed for the Pan Am games in Toronto, Canada. She was shortlisted for the 2016 Olympic games in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. Holly completed her first 5* at the Kentucky 3-day event in 2017 and competed for a second time in 2018. In 2019 Holly was listed as a reserve for the Pan Am games in Lima, Peru.
Her long-time partner is ‘More Inspiration’ aka ‘Morris’ which she developed herself through the levels from fresh off the track up to the 5* level. Morris has proven himself to be a competitive 5* horse. Most recently, Holly and Morris competed at the 5* in Pau, France and were the only horse and rider team to represent North America. They finished 12th out of over 40 entries in the 5* division. Against some of the world’s top horse & rider combinations.
In addition to being an accomplished Canadian rider at the International level, Holly runs a successful coaching program. Her students range in age and ability levels, with riders who are beginners all the way up to the three-star level. Some of her students include riders who were on the bronze medal team at the North American Young Riders Championships.
Clay is an all-around competitor in Junior Rodeo who has qualified for both the Canadian and National Finals.
Our number one horse, Junior is finally in step and his stifles have never been tighter; we believe this will replace any future injections to stifles and hocks. Our mare, Martini, has never been quieter under stress and her breathing improved after only 4 days. She had ulcer issues in the past and these have been remedied. They are all feeling and performing great.
Maya’s has had great success in the show ring with numerous horses including her own “Lumiere” who she competes internationally in the small tour. Equine Omega Complete Canada plays a substantial role in the health of Maya’s equine partners.
Davina is a versatile Equestrian athlete. Her mother was an accomplished race track trainer and at age six Davina knew she wanted to be an equestrian. In the early 2000’s Davina discovered 3-Day Eventing and never looked back.
Allie is an International Dressage rider for team Canada and a member of the 2017-2018 NAJYRC.
Winnings: $16,000 CAD
RAM Rodeo Tour
• First place on Team Roping heeler (year – end), buckle and Jacket awarded
• First place on Team Roping heeler (Finals), saddle awarded
Winnings: $7,500 CAD
RAM Rodeo Tour
• Qualified for the RAM finals
Ontario Rodeo Association (ORA)
• First place on Team Roping heeler (year – end), buckle awarded
• Rookie of the Year, Buckle awarded
Hickey Classic team roping (bigger TR jackpot in Ontario)
• First place on Team Roping heeler, buckle awarded