Well known international dressage duo, Maria and Michael Eilberg, have secured new sponsorship from British Horse Feeds and The Golden Paste Company.
Both riders have followed in the footsteps of their father Ferdi who is a highly respected rider and trainer and has competed at the highest level all over the world.
Team Eilberg will be using British Horse Feeds Speedi-Beet, Fibre-Beet, Cooked Linseed and The Golden Paste Company’s TurmerAid.
A highly nutritious, quick soaking beet pulp feed, with no added molasses, Speedi-Beet is 95% sugar free. Made using only best quality British Beet Pulp, Speedi-Beet is subjected to our patented cooking process to produce a unique feed which is unlike any other horse beet.
“We are delighted to have British Horse Feeds and The Golden Paste Company join our much valued sponsors.
“We have used quick soaking Speedi-Beet for quite a few years and fed with the Cooked Linseed it is a great combination.The linseed has been cooked and micronised to optimise the digestibility of its nutrients.
“Ready to feed straight from the bag, the Cooked Linseed has high levels of omega-3, omega-6 and omega-9 fatty acids which aids skin and coat condition.”
From The Golden Paste Company, the Eilberg’s will be using TurmerAid, a complete turmeric pellet to help aid joint health, digestion and general well-being.
“We have heard the success stories around turmeric for a while and have been really keen to add a supplement to the horse’s diet. It is great that The Golden Paste Company has created a pellet that can easily be added to our horses feeds.”
Hattie I’Anson, Sales Director of British Horse Feeds and The Golden Paste Company commented:
“Everyone in the team is extremely excited to have Maria and Michael on board.
“Their horses need to be in peak condition to perform at their best and they are both highly regarded as trainers and riders in the world of dressage.
“We look forward to following their success and providing nutritional advice for their talented team of established horses and future stars.”