Woodward Financials to sponsor Olympic dressage hopeful

Los Angeles 2028

Julia Bahr
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National wealth management firm Woodward Financials is to be the main sponsor of Olympic dressage hopeful Megan Brown.

Brown will be competing at Prestige Equine in late November and Prix St Georges (PSG) in 2022 and working towards the pinnacle prize of representing Great Britain at the 2028 Olympics to be held in Los Angeles, the firm said. Brown, a 20-year-old up and coming dressage rider from the north east of England, is currently attending Talland School of Equitation in Cirencester, where she is gaining her BHS exams and currently training. Brown's horse ‘Shannon' was an unworked feral horse. With a little training and hard work ‘Shannon', who is now 11-year-old, will be competing at PSG in 202...

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