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Plusvital Agrees New Partnerships In The UK And North America

Plusvital Agrees New Partnerships In The UK And North America

Irish equine science company Plusvital has just announced new partnerships with leading UK supplier D&H Direct and Texas-based EnviroEquine to support the UK and North American markets respectively with Plusvital’s scientifically-based range of supplements.

These new agreements come on the back of a number of notable successes for Plusvital, which includes an impressive number of winners since the resumption of racing for Brand Ambassador Johnny Murtagh. Both D&H Direct and EnviroEquine have also conveyed their excitement at distributing Plusvital EnerGene-Q10, a supplement containing CoQ10 and tumeric that has generated a lot of interest in both the UK and North American markets.Plusvital has been a leader in equine science for more than 40 years since the company’s formation in 1975. Offering a range of scientifically based products, Plusvital empowers performance for the serious competitor in racing, breeding and equine sports. Plusvital remains a family-owned business, with all products proudly manufactured in Ireland and reaching Plusvital distributors in over 30 countries worldwide.

Commenting on the announcement, Ciara Watt, General Manager for Plusvital  Nutraceuticals, added “We are delighted to develop these new partnerships in the UK and North America, both companies share the same values that research and science are critical to supporting the equine industry with high-quality products. Our supplements have been supporting many riders, trainers, breeders and owners across the globe for generations and I’m sure that these new partnerships will help support many more.”[vc_single_image image=”20334″ img_size=”full”]The full Plusvital range is now also available to purchase directly through the company’s online store or at selected Plusvital suppliers.

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