Posted on 14th May 2021


Equilume is partnering with British Eventing to sponsor Performance Records & Milestones provided by EquiRatings.

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Equilume produce light masks and stable lights that are scientifically developed to replicate natural sunlight, stimulating every cell in the horse’s body, to positively influence behaviour and performance.

Equilume will be putting in the spotlight, the exceptional horses and riders who are the bright sparks of our sport. Performance Records & Milestones, developed by Equiratings, will celebrate all kinds of milestones achieved across eventing. This could be the lowest scoring dressage test, or the most amount of double clears, or a personal best. All noteworthy successes will become a glowing statistic – thanks to the support of Equilume.

Equilume is a world leader in the research and development of light therapy solutions which assist the global equine industry in maximising horse health and performance.

Equilume CEO, Ronan Cox explains “Equilume are very excited to partner with British Eventing to highlight special achievements throughout the season.  The sport of Eventing is so challenging and demanding of both horse and rider, we feel the alignment of our products, which positively influence horse health, performance and well-being, with celebrating special ‘Performance Records and Milestones’ is a fantastic partnership and we are excited to see what these amazing riders and horses can achieve in 2021!”

The company was established as a result of pioneering research at University College Dublin by Dr Barbara Murphy giving rise to the successful development of the Equilume Light Mask.

Equilume’s innovative, science-based lighting solutions are used to maximize equine health, overall well-being, performance and reproduction in a manner that nurtures natural behaviour and minimizes management costs.

Phillip Dutton, Sam Watson and Liz Halliday-Sharp are some of the record breaking riders who are currently experiencing the benefits of Equilume products for their horses.