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Barefoot Estates step in to Title Sponsor Role at Burnham Market

Barefoot350Musketeer Event Management is delighted to welcome new Norfolk estate agency Barefoot Estates as title sponsor of its first event of the season, Burnham Market International, which runs from 1st-3rd April 2016.

Barefoot Estates is a new venture for the team at Barefoot Retreats, North Norfolk’s luxury holiday cottage business. The boutique estate agency, which is headed up by licenced agent and Co-Director Kirsty Wainwright, evolved out of regular requests to find properties for clients who had experienced the high standard of care and attention to detail synonymous with a Barefoot Retreats holiday.

“We are really excited to be title sponsor of Burnham Market International. We dipped our toe in the water last year taking fence sponsorship for Barefoot Retreats, and believe this is the perfect opportunity to promote our new venture, Barefoot Estates, where clients can enjoy a very personal service when selling their properties,” said fellow director and Co-Owner Emma Tagg.

“Burnham Market is a stone’s throw from our Thornham base so we are really looking forward to meeting future clients over the three days, as well as watching some of the world’s best riders compete for the prizes,” added Helen Millin, also an Owner and Director of Barefoot Estates.

“It is always particularly pleasing to welcome truly local businesses to be a part of our Events, and this is very much the case with Barefoot Estates. I am hugely looking forward to working with them, and watching their fledgling business go from strength to strength,” added Musketeer’s Alec Lochore.

As usual the Horse Trials offers a fantastic day out for all the family, with trade stands and children’s entertainment running alongside the world class competition. Adding to the equestrian challenge, the Barefoot Estates Burnham Market Horse Trials is the first leg of the new Shearwater Insurance Tri-Star Grand Slam, which has £50,000 up for grabs for any rider who can win three of the series five CIC3* competitions this year. Last year’s winner Oliver Townend has already confirmed that he will be bringing his top team of horses in search of an early advantage.

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