SPILLERS has formed an exciting new partnership with the Olympic medal-winning rider Andrew Hoy. A long-term fan of WINERGY Equilibrium for his exclusive event horses, Andrew also embraces benefits of the highly versatile range of SPILLERS feeds.
SPILLERS and WINERGY have led research, innovation and development in equine nutrition and feeding for the past 50 years. Through their work with WALTHAM the brands collaborate with vets and nutritionists around the world to improve knowledge of how nutrition can affect equine health, behaviour, welfare, breeding and performance.
Andrew Hoy has competed for Australia in seven Olympic Games, winning four Olympic medals, three gold and one silver. He is based at Somersby Stables in Leicestershire, where he currently has nine top international horses. His goal is to make Tokyo 2020 his 8th Olympic Games.
Andrew said: “I have been using SPILLERS and its sister brand WINERGY Equilibrium for almost 20 years. When it comes to the wellbeing of my horses I won’t leave a stone unturned – I am a highly structured person and strongly believe in research and science – SPILLERS and WINERGY Equilibrium feeds are formulated by some of the world’s best equine nutritionists and vets. The result is a range of feeds designed specifically for the needs of each and every individual horse to support it in reaching its maximum potential. With their high quality, wholesome ingredients, both brands provide the perfect way to meet the physiological and psychological needs of all my horses – from Grassroots to Olympic level.
“I could not be more excited to have become a partner rider for SPILLERS and WINERGY Equilibrium – and I am very much looking forward to an exciting season ahead of us!”
Sarah Dawson, SPILLERS Professional Sales Manager continued: “We are proud to have built such a strong mutual partnership with Andrew over the years. His amazing career, talent and thoroughness with his horses make him a perfect ambassador for our SPILLERS and WINERGY brands. We are thrilled to be able to continue to support him during the important build up to Tokyo 2020.”