Experts in steaming hay and haylage, Haygain® is delighted to sponsor the stable area and new Working Hunter Grand Prix classes at Equifest 2016.
Equifest, the popular annual show, takes place at the East of England Showground, Peterborough from August 17th to 21st August 2016. As one of the largest horse shows in the country, attracting over 10,000 visitors each year, Equifest has more than 1,500 stables provided onsite and over 2,500 horses visit the event.
For 2016, Equifest has introduced a series of Grand Prix Working Hunter Pony classes, all of which will be sponsored by Haygain®. The six new Working Hunter Pony Grand Prix classes will feature more testing courses to provide a real challenge for competitors, ranging from 133cms to 158cms and cumulating in the Haygain® Working Hunter Pony Championships.
Said Becky James, Director of Research and Public Affairs at Haygain®: “We are delighted to be sponsoring the new Working Hunter Pony Grand Prix series at Equifest. Haygain® will be providing a FREE hay steaming service to all competitors at the stables throughout Equifest, so bring along your haynets and see if you horse enjoys Haygain® steamed forage and see how steaming your hay helps maintain a clean, dust-free stable environment. Visit our stand to learn about the benefits of steaming forage and enter our competition to win a Haygain® HG-ONE.”
Haygain® is a range of scientifically proven hay steamers that eliminates respirable dust in hay and haylage by killing mould spores and bacteria to produce hygienically clean forage and thus aid in the prevention and management of respiratory conditions. By steaming hay and haylage to ultra-high temperatures, the patented Haygain® steamers produce highly-palatable forage that is fragrant and appetising and – unlike soaking – steaming ensures that the essential nutrients are retained within the hay. Haygain® hay steamers enable you to feed dust-free palatable forage, thus helping to maintain a healthy respiratory system to enhance performance.
“We would like to wish all competitors at Equifest 2016 a wonderful show and best of luck to all the talented riders taking part in the Working Hunter Pony Grand Prix classes; we look forward to seeing you in September!” concludes Becky James.