Hadfield Wood Recyclers sponsor amateur rider with 'easy' bedding

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Clare Heap and Teddy

Hadfield Wood Recyclers has signed a sponsorship deal for its wood fibre equine bedding easibed with 25-year-old dressage rider Clare Heap.

The recycling specialist was approached by Clare as part of a nationwide scheme, Leg Up For Talent (LUFT), which helps talented young riders to realise their equestrian ambitions by finding sponsors for them.

Hadfield Wood Recyclers, which launched easibed almost 20 years ago, said they were very impressed with Southampton-based Clare.

Vicki Hughes, group business development manager at Hadfield Wood Recyclers, explained: “Traditionally, equestrian sponsorship is only available to the more experienced few who guarantee media exposure for brands, so when LUFT approached us we were really interested to hear they were looking for supporters for grassroots riders.

“Clare has already proved to be a very successful rider and is also a great ambassador for our easibed equine bedding brand.” added Hughes.

Clare said: “This sponsorship is helping me achieve my dreams of competing at Grand Prix level. It has enabled me to spend more of my hard earned money on training and competition which is great.”

According to Hadfield Wood Recyclers, easibed is a dust-free wood fibre bedding which is free draining and supportive for horses. If used correctly, easibed is reported to save riders time in mucking out and costs of replenishing bedding and is said to be perfect for horses with respiratory issues.


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