In the Cotswold town of Nailsworth Gloucestershire, EquiFeast are eagerly preparing for the Olympics as one of their sponsored riders, Takeaki Tsuchiya from Stamford Lincolnshire, qualified for the 2012 event while competing at Blenheim Horse Trials over the weekend. This qualifying result means that Japan will be represented at the Olympic Games and it is hoped that Takeaki will be joining them.
Takeaki Tsuchiya came to England in 1993 from Japan, to pursue a riding career. He has trained with some of the world’s finest riders and is a big part of the Japanese national riding squad.
For almost 6 years, EquiFeast has supported Takeaki in improving his horse’s concentration and behaviour with the objective of seeing him through to the big event next year. Through hard work, determination and the introduction of EquiFeast’s new, innovative “brain food” supplement containing the all-important chelated calcium, Takeaki and his horse Jackabee are sure to sail through.
Takeaki now lives and works in a picturesque village near Stamford in Lincolnshire with his wife Natalie where he specialises in producing for sale and sourcing talented young horses for eventing and dressage.
As EquiFeast climbs its way to the top in the equine supplement industry and lead the way with their new calcium technology, so do their riders and this Japanese rider is a great example of this success.
Event riders like Takeaki Tsuchiya have played a vital role in the engineering of EquiFeast new calcium calmer, a calmer that is set to challenge other horse calmers on the market for the top spot. EquiFeast’s sponsorship of Takeaki has allowed him to train his horses to the best of their ability without compromising their competition edge, unlike other calmers.
The EquiFeast team are proud sponsors of Takeaki and hope with a little support from them they can help carry him to the Olympics. Ears are pricked and fingers are crossed for the Japanese rider in the run up to the London 2012 Olympics, with sponsorship and the all-important “brain food” for his horse, Takeaki is sure go all the way.