Irish equine science company Plusvital has just announced a new partnership with young Irish International Event rider, Elizabeth Hayden, who will act as an official brand ambassador for the company’s range of scientifically-based supplements.
As leaders in equine nutrition since 1975, Plusvital’s supplements have been used by successful riders and trainers in equine sports across the world. Following their launch of the world’s first nutrigenomic supplement for horses, EnerGene-Q10, late last year, the brand has continued to focus on improving equine performance through science.
Speaking on the announcement of this new partnership, Plusvital Sales Director Ciara Watt said: “We are delighted to welcome such a talented young Irish rider as Elizabeth Hayden on board as a Plusvital brand ambassador. Much of the Plusvital supplement range is ideally suited to Eventing and we’re looking forward to assisting Elizabeth and her horses in achieving their peak performance when she competes in both Ireland and the UK throughout the year”.
Also commenting on the partnership, the former Junior and Young Rider European Eventing Medallist Elizabeth Hayden added, “I’m very excited to develop this new partnership with Plusvital. I’ve been using a number of Plusvital supplements for a while now and have noticed a real difference in the general well-being of my horses.”
“I’m particularly excited to start using EnerGene-Q10 in the weeks before the start of the season, as I’ve heard such positive things about the benefits of CoQ10 for event horses” she added.
Hayden is currently based in Leicester, training with former Four Star and British International event rider JP Sheffield ahead of the coming season.
Offering scientifically-based supplements for the serious competitor in all aspects of the equine industry, any of the Plusvital supplement range can be purchased directly or through a number of selected local suppliers, as displayed on the company’s website (https://www.plusvital.com/supplements/where-to-buy/).
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