HorseHage Continues Sponsorship of Eventing Ireland Novice Series
HorseHage, well-known for its dust-free bagged forage and Mollichaff range, has taken on sponsorship for the Eventing Ireland Novice Series for the second year running. The competition which began in April, consists of 13 events spread over 10 venues in the Northern region throughout the season.
The events still to run will take place at Tullymurry, Vesey Lodge, Rasharkin, Ballyvannon, Tullylish, Craigantlet and culminating at Loughanmore on 3rd September.
Much like British Eventing in the UK, Eventing Ireland is the governing body which regulates this exciting sport in Ireland and organises and schedules all events. To participate within Eventing Ireland competitions, owners and riders must be members of the organization, and their horses must also be registered.
Said Robert Ruddock, of Equestrian and Farm Feeds, the licensed producer of HorseHage in Ireland: ‘We are delighted to be able to continue our support to this major one-day-event series.”
Said Heather Graham, of Eventing Ireland: “We are very pleased to have this continued support from HorseHage and to be associated with such a high quality product.”
HorseHage bagged forage is a premium quality, dust-free alternative to hay and haylage and is available in four varieties – Ryegrass, High Fibre, Timothy and Alfalfa – offering a choice for all types of horse and pony including laminitics.
For further information on HorseHage and Mollichaff please call the HorseHage Helpline on +44 (0)1803 527257 or visit www.horsehage.co.uk .
For further information on Eventing Ireland please visit www.eventingireland.com
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