Ottawa, Canada (PRWEB) December 20, 2013
"ProChaps shares with us a strong commitment to excellence. Coaches are leaders both in their community and in their sport. One of Equine Canada’s mission is to promote them," says Kalie McKenna, Equine Canada's Manager, Coaching. The nominees for the awards will be recognized for their contribution to the sport as an instructor and coach, whether their students are active in competitive sport or are recreational sport participants.
ProChaps is a long time passionate supporter of equestrian talent, having sponsored and still sponsoring many equestrian Canadian and American associations and federations. “At ProChaps we fundamentally believe that equestrian Instructors and Coaches are the true backbone of our industry," says Jean Larivée, CEO of ProChaps.
There will be 8 Excellence Awards and about 30 other awards from following categories:
Ø Para/therapeutic Coach or Instructor
Ø Instructor/Instructor of Beginners
Ø Coach 1/Competition Coach English
Ø Coach 2/Coach Specialist
o Western disciplines
o English disciplines
Ø Coach 3/High Performance 1 or above
o 1 national award for each discipline in this context
ProChaps will offer 8 chaps to the Excellence Awards recipients and will also offer a gift certificate to all the other recipients.
When it comes to riding chaps, riders should look for a brand they can trust like ProChaps. ProChaps has created its innovative chaps by developing a cutting edge technology using breathable and waterproof quality leather that is both comfortable and functional for the rider. ProChaps offers three distinct chaps styles – Competition (half chaps for competitors), Fit (half chaps mainly for trekking and leisure riders) and Athletic (classic full chaps). All these chaps let the rider enjoy close contact with the horse. They all feature a bold and stylish design that is flattering to the figure. They fit perfectly from the first time you wear them, due to its 35 sizes to choose from, from XXS to XXL..
In 2014, Prochaps will pursue its mission to encourage equestrian coaches and trainers through Canada and the USA, looking for alliances and partnerships with associations and federations from all over North America.