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Sun Air Jets first out of the gates for Desert partnership
Desert International Horse Park in Thermal, California is thrilled to have Sun Air Jets renew its exclusive partnership, and looks forward to working together for many years as competitions continue to grow.
DIHP says Sun Air Jets is leaps and bounds ahead of the competition.

Camarillo, California-headquartered Sun Air Jets is renewing its partnership with Desert International Horse Park in Thermal, California. The private jet charter and management company will be the Official Private Jet Partner of the 2021-2022 season.

“It is an honour and a thrill to renew our partnership with Desert International Horse Park,” says Brian Counsil, president of Sun Air Jets. “We look forward to seeing this year's amazing collection of talented riders.”

President and CEO of Desert International Horse Park Steve Hankin adds: “Sun Air Jets offers unparalleled service as the best private jet charter company in the country, catering directly to each client’s needs. We are thrilled to have Sun Air Jets renew its exclusive partnership with DIHP, and we look forward to working with it for many years as our competitions continue to grow.”

Desert International Horse Park is one of the largest equestrian facilities in North America with nearly 1.3 million sq ft of competition and riding space. Offering 15 weeks of competition from October through March, the facility is a destination location for thousands of equestrians and spectators for several months annually. Competitors from all over the world travel to the Horse Park to not only compete, but also to enjoy the resort lifestyle of the area.

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