Yorkshire-based British Horse Feeds is delighted to announce the title sponsorship of this year’s Under 25 CCI3* competition at the Equi-Trek Bramham International Horse Trials.
The British Horse Feeds Under 25 section at Bramham International has helped launch the career of many leading names in the eventing field including Zara Phillips, Piggy French and Tom McEwen, who all took the coveted title.
This year cross-country course maestro, Ian Stark will once again be putting the young riders to the test over his challenging course around Bramham Park.
Said Will I’Anson of British Horse Feeds: “We are delighted to extend our sponsorship at Bramham International Horse Trials.
“As one of our most local events we have enjoyed supporting it for a number of years now and we are now excited to support this prestigious young riders section.
“We hope the British Horse Feeds Under 25 CCI3* at Bramham International will continue to help produce and recognise some of the best up and coming event riders in the sport.”
Event founder, George Lane Fox was passionate about helping young riders make a name for themselves. The class originated in 1983 for young riders aged between 18 and 21. The age category was changed in 2002 to be the National Under 25 Championships as we know it today.
Said Nick Pritchard, Event Director: “It’s fantastic news that British Horse Feeds are extending their sponsorship to cover the Under 25 section. This competition is very special for Bramham and we’re proud of the role it plays in acting as the springboard for many young careers in the sport.
“It’s also great to have support from another Yorkshire company to continue the family and heritage feel of Bramham. Will and his team have been great partners and we’re looking forward to working even more closely with them to make the British Horse Feeds Under 25 CCI3* 2018 our best ever.”
British Horse Feeds also sponsor the Fibre-Beet Horse Inspection Area and the Speedi-Beet Double Feat cross country fence at the event. The team will be on hand throughout the five days on their stand in the shopping village and also at the British Horse Feeds marquee near the Speedi-Beet Double Feat on cross country day.