SPILLERS® nutritionists are in demand

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Spillers LogoThe SPILLERS® travelling nutritionists are in great demand around the country this summer, providing free, expert nutrition consultations to competition yards and helping to feed winners in every discipline.

SPILLERS® has a team of eight experienced equine nutritionists. They cover the whole of the UK, visiting livery yards, competition yards, studs and racing yards to provide expert feeding advice. Whether feeding leisure horses, competition horses or Thoroughbred horses, SPILLERS® nutritionists aim to optimise equine health and performance through accurate and practical science-based nutrition advice.

Every nutritionist has access to a mobile weighbridge to record accurate body weights as well as being able to offer detailed diet analysis and forage analysis. The nutritionists are all passionate horse owners themselves and are deeply immersed in the equine industry.

SPILLERS®, as one of the most trusted brands on the market, is the preferred feed supplier to many top racing trainers and competition riders and is the official feed supplier or sponsor at several leading horse trials, show jumping and dressage competitions and shows. International show jumper Tim Stockdale said: “I have fed Spillers® horse feeds for a number of years and their high quality products are really enjoyed by the horses.  The horses look great on the feed and it’s reassuring to know with expert nutritional support on hand that they are getting everything they need to perform well. I would recommend SPILLERS® feeds to professional and amateur riders alike who want to do the best for their horses.”

SPILLERS® nutritionists offer free yard visits for yards of 10 or more horses and can also be found at many competitions, camps, race meets and horse sales. If you would like to make an appointment for a free yard visit please contact the SPILLERS® care line on + 44 (0)1908 226626 or visit www.spillers-feeds.com for more information.

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