Welcome to Nettex

  • Written By: British Dressage
  • Published: Thu, 29 Mar 2018 22:02

British Dressage is delighted to announce that the Associated Championship series is to be sponsored by one of the UK’s leading horse care brands Nettex. The new title for the series will be the NETTEX Associated Championships 2018. 

Nettex has a solid association with dressage having supplied products and worked with Team GBR rider and trainer Carl Hester MBE for over ten years.

The Associated Championships showcases the talent for dressage in a wide range of breeds of horses and ponies, from Gypsy Cobs to Natives, ROR to Veterans, the series incorporates nine Championships, held in the autumn of 2018 with over 1,000 competing combinations expected to qualify.

Nettex have been manufacturing equine products in the UK for over twenty years and have a hugely successful product range that incorporates supplements, grooming and health products. Their range of products are suitable for every horse or pony, even dressage superstar Valegro had his own grooming range made by them. 

With the huge variety of horses taking part in the Nettex Associated Championships, the brand will be on hand to offer advice and recommend products to help owners and riders get the best out of their dressage experience. Whether it’s getting that competition ring gleam, calming the nerves, getting white bits white or achieving perfect quarter marks, the Nettex team will be on hand to give riders all the help they need.

Ali Howe, Nettex Marketing Manager commented, “We are proud to be sponsors of the Nettex Associated Championships. Our aim is to provide ALL horse owners with products that achieve the desired results in a cost effective manner. No longer the “best kept secret of those in the know” – the word is out, the word is “NETTEX”. 

British Dressage Chief Executive Jason Brautigam added, “It’s great news to have Nettex on board as they’re a perfect fit for our popular collection of Associated Championships. We’re proud of the achievements of the Championships since they began in bringing around 1000 new combinations into our sport and also they showcase that horses of any type, breed, shape and size can enjoy and benefit from dressage. We look forward to working with the Nettex team to build on previous success and making 2018 an even better year.”