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Plusvital Return To Kilguilkey International To Sponsor CIC3*

Plusvital Return To Kilguilkey House International Horse Trials To Sponsor CIC3*

Irish equine science company Plusvital has just announced the renewal of its partnership with Kilguilkey House International Horse Trials, sponsoring the CIC3* class at this year’s event.

Offering some of the finest equestrian facilities in Munster, the 2019 edition of Kilguilkey House International Horse Trials takes place over three days, starting on Friday June 28th, with many high-profile names from both Irish and British Eventing expected to attend.

Commenting on the announcement of this sponsorship, Plusvital’s General Manager for Nutraceuticals Ciara Watt said “We’re really pleased to continue our partnership with Kilguilkey House International Horse Trials, following our successful sponsorship of the CIC*1 class at last year’s International event. With many event riders finding our products so beneficial to their horses, we believe that this collaboration reinforces our commitment to the sector. We wish all competitors the very best of luck.”

Also commenting on the sponsorship, Fraser Duffy of Fernhill Sport Horses, winner of last year’s Plusvital CIC1* class, said “I’m delighted that Plusvital will be returning as sponsors to this year’s Kilguilkey House International Horse Trials. I’ve been using Plusvital supplements for well over a year now and couldn’t recommend them highly enough to other event riders, particularly Plusvital EnerGene-Q10.”[vc_single_image image=”9789″ img_size=”full” add_caption=”yes” alignment=”center”]Offering scientifically-based supplements for the serious competitor in all aspects of the equine industry, any of the brand’s range can be purchased directly or through a number of selected local suppliers.

Learn more about Plusvital scientifically-based supplements here or Plusvital’s cutting-edge genetic tests here.

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