Fibre-Beet is the proud new sponsor at Foulrice Park Racing.
Based in Middleham, North Yorkshire, the racing yard is delighted to be supported by the super fibre conditioning feed, produced by local feed manufacturers, British Horse Feeds, a feed division of I'Anson Bros Ltd at Masham.
Foulrice Park Racing benefits from the newly refurbished yard, ‘Little Spigot’, providing first class training facilities in Middleham - the heart of racing in the North.
The yard is run by Trainer Patrick Holmes, with his business partners Colin and Ailsa Stirling and a very experienced senior team - horse welfare is paramount to all.
The team started using Fibre-Beet when they were looking for a high fibre feed which would promote gut health and maintain condition.
Trainer, Patrick Holmes, explains how the relationship developed with the brand:
“We started using Fibre-Beet last year and were very impressed with the palatability - even the fussiest of horses enjoy it. They look very well on the feed and maintain condition throughout the season.”
Said Will I’Anson of British Horse Feeds: “We have been working with Foulrice for some time now, and we are absolutely delighted to be involved with this sponsorship arrangement. We firmly believe our association with them will continue to promote our brands and particularly the benefits of feeding Fibre-Beet into this important sector."
Colin Stirling is also delighted with the Fibre-Beet association: “To have Fibre-Beet onboard as yard sponsor is excellent and we look forward to an exciting season with British Horse Feeds and our owners as the relationship develops”.
Fibre-Beet is an excellent conditioning feed for racehorses as the pectins in the beet pulp help coat the stomach lining and the quality alfalfa has an antacid effect. It is high in fibre and low in starch and sugar.
Foulrice Park Racing and British Horse Feeds celebrated the sponsorship deal at York Races Dante Festival 13-15 May.
For more information on Fibre-Beet please contact British Horse Feeds on:
+44 (0)1765 680300 or visit www.britishhorsefeeds.com
Foulrice Park Racing website - www.foulriceparkracing.com