Press Release (ePRNews.com) - MILLTOWN, Wis. - Oct 25, 2018 - Horse stall mat and specialty flooring retailer Greatmats is honoring horse trainer for their outstanding achievements, unique style, humanitarian, animal rights efforts and more as part of its 4th Annual National Horse Trainer of the Year Award contest.
The award, part of Greatmats National Award Series, is designed to recognize Horse Trainers who have made a difference in the lives of their clients, animals, and community through the virtues of service, integrity, and quality. Greatmats is accepting horse trainer nominations for the award through Oct. 31, 2018.
Learn more about Greatmats National Award Series.
You don’t realize sometimes how many people you have behind you until something like this comes up where everybody has to come together to vote for you. … Having a title like horse trainer of the year – it just gives me pride in what I do.
How to Nominate
To nominate the trainer for this award, visit https://www.greatmats.com/2018-greatmats-national-horse-trainer-of-the-year.php or email the following information to email@example.com before Nov. 1, 2018. Nominators will not be identified.
- Trainer’s Full Name
- Name and location of the training facility (Must be located in the USA)
- A brief description of why you are nominating this trainer, including how he/she meets the criteria of high-level service, integrity, and quality
- A photo and/or video of the trainer
How the winner is chosen:
- Voting will take place at https://www.greatmats.com/2018-greatmats-national-horse-trainer-of-the-year.php from Nov. 15 through Nov. 29, 2018. The two horse trainers with the most votes will be named finalists.
- Greatmats will judge the two finalists to determine the winner based on:
- Demonstration of Service
- Demonstration of Integrity
- Demonstration of Quality
- $250 in Greatmats Products (or $150 Cash Option) for the training facility
- Trainer/training facility profile to be released with the announcement of the winner on Dec. 14, 2018.
- National Horse Trainer of the Year Certificate
More than 4,500 votes have been cast in the first three years of the contest. Last year’s winner, Kelly Murphy-Alley said, “You don’t realize sometimes how many people you have behind you until something like this comes up where everybody has to come together to vote for you. … Having a title like horse trainer of the year – it just gives me pride in what I do.” Source :