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Meet the Sundown Ambassadors!

We’re proud to work with professional and amateur riders who embody the Sundown family values, and love our bedding products!

Read on to find out more about our Ambassadors, and what their goals are this year.

Will Rawlin

British five star eventer Will Rawlin has been using Sundown Green and Yellow straw bedding for over six years.

All of Will’s 14 horses are bedded on a combination of Sundown Green (chopped wheat straw) and Sundown Yellow (chopped rapeseed straw) which Will says gives him the ideal balance of absorbency, economy, ease of mucking-out, and it creates a lovely soft, warm bed, which encourages his horses to lie down.

Read Will’s latest update on his 2023 season and prospects for 2024, and follow him on Instagram.

Read Will’s latest update
Will Rawling jumping a cross country fence on a bay horse

Molly and Ella Mae Cook

Sisters Molly and Ella Mae Cook are showjumpers from Norfolk. From their home yard they compete and look after several horses and share their daily lives on their Instagram and YouTube channels.

22 year old Molly is now ready to get back on the BS circuit after sadly losing her mare last year. She has recently formed an new partnership with a very talented six year old gelding Diego del Fire and is looking forward to progressing up the ranks with him.

20 year old  Ella Mae has two main competition horses, Lucky to Be and Dyanne II. Together they have competed up to Foxhunter level with many top placings as well as being an active member of West Norfolk pony club, competing at prestigious venues such as Burghley International and The Royal Windsor Horse Show.

Molly and Ella-Mae often share videos of their morning routine on the yard, where inevitably you’ll see Sundown bedding featured!

Watch Molly and Ella-Mae’s morning routine
Rider and grey horse jumping a showjump in a grass arena