Yanmar America Continues Sponsorship of Tryon International

Yanmar sponsorship

Yanmar America just announced its sponsorship of Tryon International for the remainder of the 2024 eventing season, beginning with the Tryon International Three-Day Event presented by Yanmar, May 8-12 in Mill Spring, NC. This prestigious event highlights top-notch equestrian talent across various levels of competition, including CCI 1* -S, CCI 2*-S, CCI 3*-S, CCI 4*-S, CCI 2*-L, CCI 3*-L, and CCI 4*-L. As the Official Sponsor of Tryon International, Yanmar’s support underscores its commitment to the equestrian community and the International Federation of Equestrian Sports’ (FEI) 2024 calendar.

Widely known for its tractors, UTVs, and industrial equipment tailored for rural communities, Yanmar will provide its robust Utility Task Vehicles (UTVs) to assist during the competition week. These reliable vehicles will transport officials and spectators between the various competition areas, ensuring smooth operations throughout the event. Yanmar will also contribute additional vehicles to facilitate transportation and operations during the competition season.

“We are proud to continue our support of equestrian competition at Tryon International this season,” said Jon Richardson, Director, Yanmar America Rural Lifestyle Division. “This partnership underscores our dedication to quality equipment, equestrian excellence, and the rural lifestyle community. We look forward to an exciting season of events and the opportunity to showcase our versatile equipment in action.”

“Tryon International is thrilled to join forces with Yanmar America as the 2024 Eventing Series title sponsor,” said Lynn Penny, Director of Business Development, Tryon International. “This partnership represents a shared commitment to outstanding performance, quality and innovation, and the pursuit of equestrian excellence. We are proud to represent the Yanmar brand on our property, as our preferred UTV provider!”

Future events where Yanmar America and Tryon International will cooperate in 2024 include The “Fork” Horse Trials, September 12-15 and the Tryon International Fall Three Day Event, October 31-November 3.