Belle Equetrian has long been a pop icon and has won several Olympic gold medals.
In 2016, she was the first black female equestria coach to win the prestigious title of the International Equine Assisting Coach of the Year.
In 2018, she became the first female coach to take home the title of World Champion of Equine Arts.
But it wasn’t until this year that she won the coveted title of Equestria Girls Songs Songwriter of the year.
She has won multiple awards for her work with children and young adults, including the National Audiovisual Awards for her song, “The Great Equestriestria,” which has been nominated for a Grammy.
In 2017, she won a Grammy for her singing, which won a record number of awards including the Grand Prix, Song of the Century, Best Original Song, and Song of Merit.
“We are honored to be chosen to be an official songwriter for the Belle Equentrian Team, and to help celebrate the birth of a new breed of horse,” said the Equestrians, in a statement.
“In 2017, our horses won the hearts of many parents, and we are so thankful to our fans for their support and loyalty.”