Wexford feed firm signs up as official partner to equestrian games

Gain Horse Feeds in Wexford has become the first official partner to sign up for the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games 2014 in Normandy.

The partnership will give Gain Horse Feeds benefits such as exclusive marketing rights. Gain will also activate a number of marketing and promotional campaigns across its range of equine feeds, giving its customers the chance to obtain tickets to various events at the games in Normandy.

The partnership was formally unveiled at ceremonies in agri-science group Alltech’s European Bioscience Centre at Dunboyne, Co Meath, and at Cian O’Connor’s nearby Karlwood Stables. Showjumper Mr O’Connor is also a customer of Gain Horse Feeds.

Gain Horse Feeds sales manager Mary Delaney said: “Gain Horse Feeds are delighted to once again be the official Irish feed partner for the games. We are looking forward to continuing our close relationship with Alltech, through the continued inclusion of the Alltech Equine Advantage in our feeds, on nutritional research and product development and on various exciting marketing campaigns.”

Gain Horse Feeds supplies equine feed brand to Glanbia. Based in Co Wexford, Gain has more than 30 years experience in producing equine feeds to cater for horses and ponies in Ireland. Gain now also exports to many European destinations and the Middle East.


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