SUPREME Products – the leaders in preparation products for show ring and arena – and the Moore-Williams show team will head up a showing turnout Masterclass at Town and Country Supplies Open Weekend on 23rd March 2013.
The Masterclass will take place at 11.30am at the Exeter store with the Supreme Products sponsored Moore-Williams show team providing a host of advice and top tips. The demonstration will be carried out by Zoe Moore-Williams and mum Beverley, a well-respected judge in the showing world.
Well known for British made products of the very highest quality, the Supreme Products Professional Collection includes everything from colour enhancing shampoos to highlighters, brighteners, glosses and make-up, providing the most comprehensive range of products that are available on the market. The Masterclass will demonstrate how to use the products; how to get the winning edge by incorporating the products into show ring and dressage arena turnout, and how to add the finishing touches that lead to a winning performance.
Sarah Turnbull of Supreme Products said: “We are delighted to be able to show how products from the Professional Collection can make such a difference when it comes to producing horses and ponies to the highest standards, whether in the showing world or in the dressage arena where they are becoming more and more popular.
“From advice on enhancing the coat, to preparing quarter marks and sharks teeth, to getting manes ready to plait or ensuring a brilliant white finish, the Moore-Williams show team will be on hand to offer help and advice during the demonstration.”
Added Zoe: “We are looking forward to bringing the Supreme Products Masterclass to Town and Country Supplies as the Professional Collection really does allow us to turn the horses and ponies out to the highest standard. “It is the very best quality which means it lasts a long time and gives you the confidence the horses and ponies are produced to the ultimate level.”
Zoe’s team of seven horses and ponies for 2013 include Mathemadam High Spirit, a Large Intermediate Show Riding Type, who won eight championships, took fourth at the RIHS, and finished sixth at HOYS last year.