The best of British will be on show at the China Horse Fair in Beijing next month.
The British Equestrian Trade Association (BETA) will attend the mid-October fair with a group of British exhibitors.
Participating companies include Racewood (riding simulators), Bliss of London (saddles and bridles), Science Supplements (feed supplements), Martin Collins Enterprise (equine arena surfaces), Wellington Riding (riding holidays and training), Horse First (equine feed supplements), Lewis Harding (equestrian publisher), Haygain (hay steamers), Shires Equestrian (equestrian products), Equestrian Management Consultants (publisher of Equestrian Trade News and organiser of BETA International) and RB Equestrian (equestrian retailer).
BETA executive director Claire Williams said the association was pleased to be bringing such a diverse collection of companies to the fair.
The association will help to promote British companies and their products, skills and expertise during the show, as well as providing information and contacts for others that are unable to attend.
The fair runs from October 16-18.
BETA represents more than 800 equestrian retailers, manufacturers and suppliers in Britain. It attends trade and consumer shows throughout the year – in the United Kingdom, throughout the rest of Europe and further afield.