Trust in the Ain
With its combination of age-old traditional horse breeding and modern reproductive technology, the department of Ain has managed to attract new investors.
As well as a wealth of skillful horsemen and women, Ain boasts rich pastures and farmland, and quality animal health care services. The proximity of Geneva has also meant that Swiss owners regularly entrust their horses to the department. These assets have been extremely benefcial for the higher levels of equestrian sport.
Ain’s dense highway network has greatly facilitated the outreach of its reproduction centers, breeders, professional riders and horse dealers. The department is also the gateway to the global equine market, thanks to the Cargoport Ranch at Lyon Saint Exupéry international airport, which provides charters for the import and export of horses.