WIN a training bursary from Dengie
five lucky readers will each win…
training from Lucy Jackson and Hannah Esberger-Hancock
a diet plan and weigh-in, plus two further assessments
£400 worth of Dengie feed
a Dengie branded rug, saddlecloth and jacket
Dengie has launched a Fuelled by Fibre training bursary that’ll give five Horse&Rider readers the chance to become Dengie ambassadors for the 2020 competition season. These five lucky winners will see for themselves the benefits of a fibre-only diet for their competition horse.
To help ensure you and your horse perform at your best, you’ll also receive lessons from two top riders and trainers – eventer Lucy Jackson and dressage rider Hannah Esberger-Hancock.
The Dengie ambassadors will share their experiences via regular updates on the Horse&Rider website and on social media. Plus, we’ll catch up with them at the end of the competition season to find out how they got on over the year.
Why feed fibre?
Did you know that feeding fibre and oil can easily provide the same amount of energy as a cereal-based feed, but with significantly lower levels of sugar and starch? Cereals contain high levels of starch, which is broken down into sugar that can cause peaks and troughs in your horse’s energy levels, sometimes resulting in unpredictable behaviour.
Dengie grows its own alfalfa and grass for inclusion in its range of high fibre feeds. Alfalfa is naturally low in sugar and starch, plus abundant in vitamins, minerals and quality protein that are essential for muscle development and repair. The pelleted and chopped fibre feeds provide more chew time, providing slow-release energy and promoting a healthy digestive system.
For more information, visit dengie.com
To enter: Answer the question on the competition entry form below and send a photo of you riding your horse and a 150 word description of what you do together. When entering please provide links to public social media accounts. Dengie will supply a contract for the agreement of the term of the training bursary, and you must comply with the contract before accepting the prize. Entries must be received by 30 September 2019. No purchase necessary.