GPCo & British Horse Feeds To Support British Dressage (Northern Region)

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For 2020/2021, British Horse Feeds (sister company to GPCo) is sponsoring British Dressage, Northern Region.

This year has been extremely difficult for equestrian sports so British Horse Feeds is delighted to be extending their support to the dressage arena. Since the launch of their Cooked Linseed in 2019, it has proven to be popular with dressage riders, alongside flagship products Speedi-Beet and Fibre-Beet.

As well as British Horse Feeds providing support, sister company The Golden Paste Company will also be included in the sponsorship.

Said Cesca Garland, National Sales Representative for British Horse Feeds & The Golden Paste Company: “As the Cooked Linseed contains high quality protein, with an amino acid profile that supports muscle activity and adds topline, it suits dressage riders’ needs in building condition.”

The Cooked Linseed also contains high levels of omega-3, omega-6 and omega-9 fatty acids, which help aids skin and coat shine as part of a balanced diet.

Said Hattie I’Anson, Sales Manager of British Horse Feeds & The Golden Paste Company: “For a while we have wanted to branch out to the dressage world and with our super fibre Speedi-Beet and Fibre-Beet products, coupled with the Cooked Linseed and The Golden Paste Company’s TurmerAid for joint support, we have a good range of products for the discipline.

“In such challenging times we want to help where we can and support the equestrian sport. British Dressage North Region is a great addition to our existing sponsorships and we are very excited to work with Jo Bryne.”

Hattie continued: “It is all coming together, especially now we have Maria and Michael Eilberg as new sponsored riders on the British Horse Feeds and The Golden Paste Company team.”

Regional Development Officer of British Dressage in the North Jo Bryne comments: “We are thrilled to have British Horse Feeds on-board along with The Golden Paste Company. It is great to see brands really get behind the sport, especially dressage where we see more and more riders coming through to the discipline. We look forward to the next year with these brands alongside.”

British Horse Feeds Cooked Linseed is available in easy to handle 20kg bags and is priced around £24.99.

Speedi-Beet retails at around £12.50 - £13.50 and Fibre-Beet £13.50 - £14.50 for 20kg bags.

For further information on British Horse Feeds please visit www.britishhorsefeeds.com.


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