CATAGO EQUESTRIAN – a Family Affair
A Danish family company, operated and owned by Pernille Lausen and her brother Per Lausen. Coming from an equestrian family, Pernille is a dressage rider since childhood and today an avid fan of Icelandic horses with great passion for nature. Today she has successfully re-developed the 1992 Scandinavian equestrian brand, infusing it with modern city vibes while paying homage to the harmony between rider and horse, at the very same time. Her Parents, Birgit and Boerge Lausen found the family company in 1963.
Quality x Horsemanship
The goal is to create a high quality line of products, with attention to details that provides maximum comfort for horse and rider. Allowing horse and rider to dress and perform comfortably and effortlessly, regardless of weather conditions or season.
As a result Catago Equestrian has become the go-to brand for Olympic dressage rider Anna Kasprzak and is embraced by riders from all disciplines and all levels.
Maximum Comfort x Scandinavian Style
It’s all in the details. For Catago Equestrian the very definition of Scandinavian style and design is the combination of protection and quality, paired with innovative functional materials to provide maximum comfort for horse as well as rider.
The aim is continuously to develop both functionality and comfort with a clean modern look and details that dazzle.
“We have numerous well designed product series, each equally perfect for elegant matching sets as well as vibrant mismatches, of saddle pads, fly veils, bandages, boots, rugs and halters”
Professionalism x Unbridled Passion
Based in Haderslev, a historical trading town in southern Denmark, a team of dedicated employees who’s all involved in horses and horsemanship, each brings their unique strengths and equestrian knowledge to the company, creating an
inspiring workplace and exciting quality products. Every style and product is thoroughly tested by our employees as well as our team of professional partner riders in eventing, Icelandic riding, jumping and dressage before being released into production.