"To purchase and maintain a mobile medical facility/horsebox to enable Evie to cope with her complex medical needs on a daily basis.
This will also incorporate Evie's E.N.D. campaign - visiting schools and societies to promote "Education.Not.Discrimination" on hidden disabilities. (especially relevant for individuals that use disabled facilities and are misjudged)" said Caroline, of Evie Toombes Foundation Ltd.
"We are delighted to help support this fantastic foundation. We also look after Forces Equine's website whom Evie is a member of, so it was an easy decision to support one of their members in this fantastic programme. We are proud of what Evie has achieved and look forward to being of assistance to her in the future" said Debi Heath French of WA Designs.
The general public are invited to come along and see Evie in action on horseback, competing in Show Jumping, Dressage and a performance Gala, where she will showcase her disciplines and give a talk on her foundation, discipline and her book. (You will be able to attend her book signing). Evie will discuss how she manages her discipline and her condition. The Forces Equine championships will take place on 20th & 21st October 2018 at Moreton Morrell College and you will all be able to come along and chat with Evie in person.
If the equestrian community would like to learn more about the Evie Toombes Foundation, please visit https://www.evietoombespararider.com. If you would like to learn more about Forces Equine, please visit www.forcesequine.com
Photograph of Evie and Judge Ahmed Bedoui from Munich in 2018