Plusvital were delighted to once again sponsor the Plusvital EnerGene-Q10 Handicap Stakes on the opening day of the 2018 Newmarket Craven race meeting, Tuesday 17th April.
Following the success of last year’s race, Plusvital jumped at the chance to empower equine performance at the eagerly anticipated first meeting of the year on the Rowley Mile Racecourse. There was no shortage of incentive for runners either with a free Plusvital Speed Gene Test, valued at £260, offered to every runner within that race.
Each runner was also offered the latest addition to Plusvital’s range of scientifically-based supplements, EnerGene-Q10, the world’s first nutrigenomic supplement for horses. As well as with sponsoring the Plusvital EnerGene-Q10 Handicap Stakes, Plusvital were also delighted to celebrate the launch of this innovative equine supplement in the UK with customers, supporters, and representatives from local Plusvital distributor Farm & Stable.
Scientifically formulated to contain a highly bioavailable form of Co-enzyme Q10 (CoQ10), EnerGene-Q10 supports more efficient energy production within a horse’s muscles, in addition to containing important antioxidant properties to aid in delaying fatigue and assist in reducing recovery time following intense exercise. Learn more about Plusvital’s newest, ground-breaking supplement here.
With a number of the Plusvital team in attendance on the day, an exceptionally close finish saw Examiner, trained by Stuart Williams and ridden by Fran Berry, just edged out the Peter Hiatt-trained Red Tea at the post. Watch the full race replay on The Jockey Club website here.
See all the photos from a great day’s racing below:
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