To Rock At BETA International 2003
International 2003 looks set to be a mix of rock and roll and meet
the days are rapidly counting down this year's Trade Fair is where
it's all happening this February, with a host of well known names
from the equestrian world making their way to the NEC.
you're a music fan, you won't be disappointed with Zepla, planning
musical entertainment. At the end of the show on the Monday, singer
and song writer, Tony Matthews is set to entertain with a range
of music, thanks to the firm.
International Organiser Tom Hustler said: "We are very much
looking forward to the 2003 Trade Fair which will be a hive of activity
with many well known names from the equestrian world attending."
riders Jeanette Brakewell and Mary King will both be visiting the
Barbour stand, where they will be helping to launch the new Barbour
ladies' equestrian collection. Jeanette will also be on the Quay
Equestrian stand throughout the three days.
the SMD stand Mary King, Lucinda and Clayton Fredericks will all
be promoting Ariat with the Fredericks also supporting the Georg
Zone Equestrian, first time exhibitors, have attracted the attention
of both event rider Terry Boon and showjumper Billy Twomey who will
be supporting the Grantham-based company.
Funnell, Blyth Tait and Geoff Billington will be out in force on
the Horseware Ireland stand while rising star of the showjumping
world Robert Whitaker will be a main attraction at Thorowgood.
Products will be a celebrity haven with Carl Hester, Jeanette Brakewell
and Lucinda Green all in attendance during the Trade Fair.