Highly regarded dressage rider and trainer Mary Bahniuk Lauritsen has been selected as a Brand Ambassador to represent Masters Circle™, a leader in equine nutrition.
Lauritsen, who has been riding competitively for more than 10 years, has earned United States Dressage Federation (USDF) gold, silver and bronze medals in addition to numerous first place finishes around the U.S. She also provides training from young horses to Grand Prix and to riders of all levels and disciplines as head trainer at Millennium Dressage.
“Mary is passionate about horses, the same way we are at Masters Circle and that makes for a terrific team,” said Mark-Anthony Samson, the Marketing Director of ETA-Equine. “Mary’s determination and accomplishments both inside and outside the ring matches our company belief in ethics, professionalism of product development and winning exposure.”
Lauritsen and her own Rossignol-ISF competed in and won their first two Grand Prix classes at the UNH Dressage Show in late June, where they also qualified for the Region 8 Grand Prix Regionals. Lauritsen has been riding “Rossi” for 13 years, advancing through the levels as they grew up together. She has been an active volunteer within the USEF and USDF, having served as the latter’s youth executive board president for two years
“I am honored to have been invited to be a part of the Masters Circle team,” said Lauritsen, who splits time between Wellington, Florida and Harvard, Massachusetts. “It is incredibly important to me that my horses’ individual needs are always met in training but also nutritionally. Not only are the products made with top-of-the-line ingredients with the highest efficacy but they are also non-GMO. From young horses in training to my Grand Prix horse, I am confident that within the Masters Circle™ nutritional line of 18 supplements and the high quality Masters Circle™ Hay Blends that they are balanced mind, body, and soul!”
"It is incredibly important to me that my horses' individual needs are always met nutritionally."