For the love of our teammates

At EQUO, horses are not just animals. They are our partners both in and out of the ring, our teammates in the sport.

Quoting our founder, Anna Dulin, in the September, 2017 issue of The Plaid Horse:

“From an early age, I realized that my only true place in this world was with horses. Perhaps my earliest memory was when I was five or six and cried because I had to miss a horse show to go to a birthday party,” explains Dulin. “By the time that I was in junior high, this passion had cemented itself. I was a rebel growing up, but in the barn, none of the pressures of adolescence mattered. There was no pressure to perform, only a love for my equine partner and a drive to teach the horse and push myself to improve step by step every day.”

Because we have a lifelong passion and respect for these amazing athletes – without whom our sport would not be possible – we recognize our obligation not only to the riders, but to our teammates.

The EQUO Fund was created as a way to protect and aid those teammates that find themselves in situations of neglect or need. A portion of each EQUO sale is directed to The EQUO Fund, where our resources are distributed to the organizations that provide aid to ensure that each and every teammate has the opportunity to live a long, healthy, safe and fulfilling life.

For more information about The EQUO Fund, or to speak with us about your organization and how it helps support our teammates, contact us via the form below.

Partner Organizations

USHJA Foundation

The USHJA Foundation is the charitable arm of the USHJA with the vision that the hunter/jumper community embraces, supports, and protects the people and horses who give their hearts to this sport. The Foundation achieves this vision by: supporting the basic needs of the USHJA members who do not have the financial means to do so themselves following an accident, catastrophe or illness; inspiring USHJA members facing adversity through exceptional experiences; empowering USHJA members to further their education; and preserving and protecting the history and tradition of the hunter/jumper sport. For more information, visit

CORRAL Riding Academy

Founded in 2009, CORRAL Riding Academy is a non-profit serving at-risk girls age 11–17 in Cary, NC. CORRAL is a long-term intervention designed to shepherd girls through their difficult middle and high school years and into college. CORRAL relies heavily on the power of rescued horses to help girls heal, supporting and challenging each girl according to her individual needs. CORRAL provides Equine Assisted Psychotherapy, tutoring, vocational training, riding instruction and mentoring during after school hours, all at no cost. CORRAL equips girls to take ownership of their choices, so they can apply what they learn and lead healthy, productive lives long after they leave the farm behind. For more information, visit

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