SPILLERS® announces new equestrian sponsorships

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SPILLERS® is proud to confirm its ongoing commitment to the equestrian industry with the sponsorship of some of the UK’s top riders during 2012.
Jeanette Brakewell
This year SPILLERS® has added the three times world number one event rider William Fox-Pitt to its impressive portfolio. The feed company is continuing to sponsor the eventing team medallist Jeanette Brakewell and top international show jumper Tim Stockdale as it has done for a number of years. SPILLERS® has also renewed its sponsorship of the up-and-coming event rider Flora Harris for the second year and will be supporting the number one Scottish show jumper, Scott Brash in 2012. Tim2

In addition SPILLERS® supports the racing sector with the sponsorship of acclaimed racehorse trainer Andrew Balding and newly licensed National Hunt trainer Polly Gundry. The company also has a long history of support for equestrian events across the levels, from its sponsorship of the Trailblazers Championships to its ongoing sponsorship of British Dressage.

Sarah Kitson, SPILLERS® Marketing Manager, said: “Our feeds help to maintain the health and performance of thousands of horses in the UK from family ponies to winning racehorses. We are especially delighted to welcome William to our team and feel privileged to support such talented riders and trainers this year. We wish them all a successful season, in what is a very important year for equestrian sport.”

SPILLERS® has a collection of more than 30 feeds to suit every type of horse or pony, including an assortment of complementary fibres and balancers, low energy mixes and cubes, competition and conditioning feeds and specialist breeding and racing products.
Flora 2012
For friendly feeding advice please telephone the SPILLERS® Care-Line on 01908 226626 or send an email to [email protected] For further information visit the SPILLERS® website at www.spillers-feeds.com or join Team SPILLERS® on Facebook.

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