Leading Irish equine science company Plusvital has just announced that Irish Dressage rider Emily-Kate Robinson will become an official brand ambassador for the company’s range of scientifically-based supplements.
Twenty year-old Emily-Kate, who is trained by Irish Olympian Judy Reynolds, has had an impressive career to date and is on the Horse Sport Ireland Yong Rider High Performance Dressage Squad with Edvaard, a twelve year-old old Dutch warmblood. Emily-Kate also has a band of young homebred dressage horses, headed by the promising Kekepania, who was Elementary reserve champion at last year’s inaugural “Dressage in the City”, narrowly missing out on the top-spot.
Emily-Kate joins a number of other high-profile customers that use Plusvital, with leading Irish International Event rider Cathal Daniels and International showjumper Susan Fitzpatrick along with Melanie Young, Paddy O”Donnell and Matt Garrigian already among some of Plusvital’s brand ambassadors.
Speaking on the announcement of this new partnership, Ciara Watt Plusvital’s General Manager for Nutraceuticals said: “We are delighted to develop this new partnership with Emily-Kate and create more awareness of the efficacy of our products for dressage horses. Emily- Kate looks to have a very exciting future ahead and we look forward to supporting Emily-Kate over the coming years”.
Also commenting on the partnership with Plusvital, Emily-Kate said: “I first started using Plusvital products on our broodmares and young horses, having seen the fantastic results, I introduced the supplements to the competition horses, I am absolutely delighted with the results!”