Trickle Net sponsor Olympic medal winning Eventer

Trickle Net sponsor Olympic medal winning Eventer

Lincolnshire based company Trickle Net is pleased to announce a 2020 collaboration with Sharon Hunt Eventing. With products that gained a foothold in the market initially with laminitics and overweight horses, Trickle Net is now marking its place with excellent tools to assist in the management of top equine athletes.

Sharon is a world class Olympic medallist eventer with notable performance at The World Equestrian Games, Burghley and Badminton and is based in Suffolk at Darshams Farm which has vast equestrian training facilities. When Sharon is not riding or producing her own horses she hosts an array of clinics and camps, and coaches all levels of horse and rider.

Sharon says ‘I am so pleased to be supported by Trickle Net. The products are just fantastic, they really work!  I can sleep easy knowing the horses don’t run out of forage overnight. Another huge benefit is vastly reduced hay wastage on a large busy yard.’

Ellen Chapman, founder of Trickle Net says: “Owners are coming to realise that it’s vital horses are able to graze at the natural trickle feeding rhythm. It’s integral to health and wellbeing. Our products provide controlled access to forage which brings a host of benefits including improved gut function, stress relief in the stable and easier weight control. All of which can aid performance.

“We’re absolutely delighted to be supporting Sharon this year. Sharon understands the products well and is seeing benefits already. She’ll be a wonderful ambassador, and we are really excited to get out and follow her this season.”

For more information visit www.tricklenet.co.uk and www.sharonhunteventing.co.uk

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