UK equestrian sponsorship round-up

  • The Pure Feed Company

    Showing producer Victoria White has been sponsored by the Pure Feed Company — one of the UK’s leading manufacturers of natural high fibre, molasses free horse feeds.

    “It will be a great pleasure to see Pure Feed getting the recognition it deserves in the showing world,” said Vicky.

    “I highly recommend any owner to download the free diet plan from the website to gain an enhanced understanding of the benefits to be derived from a natural feeding regime.”

    Camphire International Horse Trials

    GAIN Horse Feeds and Alltech are to sponsor Camphire International Horse Trials CIC*** 2015 (22-26 July) in Co Waterford, Ireland.

    The CIC*** class last year drew 42 entries, including 19 international entries from nine countries. Competitors included Lucy Wiegersma of Great Britain, Olympian Lucinda Fredericks of Australia, and Irish Olympian Joseph Murphy.

    Fergal McAdam, regional sales manager at Alltech, said: “Alltech is delighted to be sponsoring Camphire this year in partnership with GAIN Horse Feeds with whom we work very closely. Camphire is a fantastic and unique event and we are delighted to continue our support of equestrian sport following on from the success of the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games™ in Normandy last year.”

    Eventing Ireland

    Equest Pramox will continue to sponsor the Equest Pramox CNC2* Class this year.

    The series consists of five legs during the season (5 April, 18 April, 10 May, 7 June, 28 June) in which the overall series winner will receive Equest Pramox products plus €500 in prize money for the winner and a rug for the horse.

    Eamonn O’Sullivan of Zoetis said “This is the fourth year that Equest Pramox is supporting an Eventing Ireland League and this year we are delighted to sponsor the CNC2*.

    “Irish horses and riders are amongst the best in the world and we hope that our support on home soil will help preparation for future world events. We recognise that horses competing in this discipline are at peak fitness and that maintaining top condition is essential for success. We hope that by increasing awareness of effective worming that we can help competitors achieve and maintain top results”.


    Lincolnshire- based showjumper Spencer Roe has endorsed the brand Readysupp.

    The 21-year-old who represented Britain at the World Equestrian Games last year said: “I’ve tried many supplements and Ultra Calm is by far the best.”

    “Spencer shows just the kind of dedication and commitment to his sport that we love, so we’re excited to support him in achieving his long-term goals,” said a Readysupp spokesman.


    Online retailer Equestrian.com is to sponsor two new exciting additions to the competition schedule at Bolesworth International 2015 (18-21 June).

    An intermediate 1 dressage to music competition and a puissance class are to be held on Thursday and Friday of the show

    Lorraine Meadowcroft of Equestrian.com said: “We are delighted to be an official event partner at this year’s Bolesworth International which includes sponsorship of the puissance and dressage to music classes.

    “At any event the puissance is always massively popular and has the crowds sitting on the edge of their seat while the addition of dressage at this premier event is a first for the show and a first sponsorship in this discipline for Equestrian.com which we are very excited about.”

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