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Spillers welcomes new grassroots ambassadors

Spillers announces their 1o new grassroots ambassadors for 2022

Spillers is honoured to welcome 10 ambitious grassroots riders to its ambassador programme. They are all deserving winners of a hotly contested competition which attracted 700 entries. With this substantial leg up from Spillers they hope to take great strides in fulfilling their equestrian dreams this year.

“It was incredible seeing the entries flood in,” said Clare Barfoot, RNutr, marketing and research and development director at Spillers. “All of us in the marketing team at Spillers loved reading inspiring and admirable stories of horse and rider relationships and ambitions.

“It was a very tough job to select our 20 semi-finalists and we are so grateful to the general public for helping us to narrow the list down to our final 10.”

The Spillers ambassador programme winners include established competitors, as well as those at grassroots level, across a variety of disciplines. Each one will receive a free bag of Spillers feed every month, together with two virtual consultations from a Spillers nutritionist over the year. The winners will also receive a smart collection of Spillers-branded riding kit.

  • Chelsey Babbs from Hampshire has a busy stud and competition season planned for her Welsh Cob stallion Comet
  • Jane Hendy from Gwent is competing at national level with British Carriagedriving with her team of ponies
  • Jess Keatley-Palmer from East Sussex is an ambitious showjumper and producer of horses
  • Chloe Houston from Cambridgeshire competes in dressage with her mares and is also a riding coach
  • Morgan Nicholson from Denbighshire and her Irish Draught Appaloosa cross, Duke enjoy competing side-saddle
  • Ashley Fraser from North Lanarkshire and her horse Jack are keen eventers, currently showjumping at newcomers and BE100, with plans to move to novice this year
  • Jemma Lynch from Nottinghamshire has showjumping goals in mind with her young Haflinger, Taya
  • Charlie Turley from Worcestershire is an FEI qualified endurance GB rider
  • Caitlin Cox from County Durham is a young event rider competing her two horses Ping and Pongo up to BE Novice level
  • Pippa Haslam from Surrey events her three horses Luna, Munchie and Pickle and has a busy season planned

Each of the winners will be invited to chart and share their progress across social media channels and will also have the exciting opportunity of becoming a guest blogger on the Spillers website.

For advice on feeding your horse or pony contact the SPILLERS Care-Line on 01908 226626 or email the Spillers hotline.

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