Yorkshire-based company, British Horse Feeds is delighted to be awarding a new prize at Bramham International Horse Trials this year.
2022 will see the addition of the British Horse Feeds Best Turned Out, which will run alongside the Hiho Silver Best Dressed Rider, and will be awarded for the best turned out horse at the initial horse inspection.
The company also currently sponsor the British Horse Feeds Under 25 CCI4*-L section which 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.
Said Hattie I’Anson of British Horse Feeds: “We are delighted to be awarding a new prize this year at Bramham International Horse Trials.”
“As one of our most local events we have enjoyed supporting it for a number of years and are pleased to be back this year with the British Horse Feeds Best Turned Out prize for the best turned out horse.”
Despite being cancelled for the last two years due to the COVID pandemic, this year Bramham International is set to bigger and better than ever. Ian Stark will once again be putting the riders to the test over his challenging course around Bramham Park.
Said Nick Pritchard, Event Director: “The British Horse Feeds Best Turned Out prize is a great addition to the prize list, recognizing all the hard work and effort that goes into preparing the horses by the riders and their grooms.”
“It is great to have support from British Horse Feeds, another Yorkshire company to continue the family and heritage feel of Bramham.”
Visit the team on the stand in the shopping village and also at the British Horse Feeds marquee near the Speedi-Beet Double Feat fence on cross country day.