GAIN Equine Nutrition Classic Returns To Bramham Horse Trials

GAIN Equine Nutrition are delighted to be once again sponsoring the GAIN Equine Nutrition Classic class at Bramham International Horse Trials. The 1.40m show jumping class with take place on Saturday, 11th June in the main arena.

In 2019, Louise Saywell riding Cayenne La Gazette Z were the winners of this class and due to Covid restrictions, the show has not ran for the past two years. 

Running over four days of competition, The Equi-Trek Bramham International Horse Trials is one of Europe’s finest equestrian events. Whether you are a hard-core equestrian enthusiast, or fancy a fun day out in the countryside, there is plenty on offer for everyone.

Emily Adshead, Event Coordinator, Bramham International Horse Trials commented: “The Bramham team are incredibly excited to plan for this year’s horse trials. It’s going to be a ‘Bumper Bramham’ with a huge variety of classes over the four days ranging from Young Stock classes to the GAIN Equine Nutrition Classic Show Jumping class. We have over 130 trade stands on site and we’re looking forward to welcoming back the Bramham Crowds and competitors in June’.

Anne Priestman, National Sales Manager, GAIN Equine Nutrition noted: “It will be great to be back at Bramham International Horse Trials after a two year hiatus due to Covid. We supported this event in 2019 and it was very successful for us. The British sport horse sector is very important to our business and this sponsorship cements our commitment to the industry. I would like to wish all competitors the very best of luck”.

Guy Williams, International Show jumper mentioned: “Any 1.40m class will attract top riders, especially with £3,000 prize money, I am hoping myself and Maisie will be there competing. The show itself is a fantastic day out for the kids, there is a bit of everything for everyone.  It is super to see GAIN supporting at Bramham.

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