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HorseHage – Official Forage Supplier at HOYS 2018

Posted on Friday, April 13, 2018 by Heather Dodd

HorseHage is proud to continue the role of Official Forage Supplier at this year’s Horse of the Year Show (HOYS), which takes place on 3rd – 7th October at the NEC, Birmingham. HorseHage dust-free bagged forage will be available to all horses and ponies competing there.

A Royal Warrant was awarded to HorseHage in 1983 after Her Majesty the Queen’s horse, Burmese, was fed HorseHage when suffering from a respiratory problem. She was just one of tens of thousands of horses and ponies, from Shetlands to Thoroughbreds that have benefited from this dust-free, natural product.

HorseHage is a high quality, dust-free bagged forage available in four varieties –High Fibre, Timothy, Ryegrass and Alfalfa, offering a choice suitable for all types of horses and ponies, including those prone to laminitis. It has BETA NOPS certification and comes with a 100% quality guarantee. Containing no additives, preservatives, mould inhibitors or inoculants, HorseHage is lower in sugar than most hays and is packed into highly compressed bales for easy handling and storage. No soaking is necessary and it splits easily into wedges for netting up.

Said top show jumper, Spencer Roe: “The fact that HorseHage is dust-free and sealed is great for the health of my horses and especially useful as I’m constantly on the road. I also like the fact that there are four varieties to suit different horses’ requirements, so HorseHage is a must for my team now.”

For information on all the HorseHage products and advice on feeding your horse, pony or donkey call the HorseHage Helpline on 01803 527274 or visit  www.horsehage.co.uk

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