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The British Horse Society

British Horse Society announces new sponsorship for Approved Livery Yard scheme

The British Horse Society (BHS) is pleased to announce a new sponsor for its successful Approved Livery yard scheme. G.I. Hadfield & Son Ltd., the company that manufactures the totally unique, premium quality dust free, bedding easibed, has joined continuing sponsors South Essex Insurance Brokers, and, new for 2004, Rag-Fork in support of improved horse welfare.

Announcing the sponsorship agreement BHS Head of Approvals Chris Doran said, "I am delighted that easibed has agreed to sponsor our scheme. Since its launch in July 2002 there has been huge interest from clients, proprietors and the media alike, and we now have over 220 approved livery yards registered with several more being processed. With their dedication to improving horse welfare, through the use of totally dust free bedding to ensure horses or their grooms are not breathing in harmful spores, dust or other contaminants, easibed is an ideal company to be linked with the livery yard scheme."

Confirming support of the BHS Livery Yard Scheme, easibed National Sales Manager Ian McColville said, "Dust free bedding is so important to the health of both horses and grooms and easibed can offer so many benefits to livery yard owners, including the potential for significant cost savings. Supporting the BHS scheme will be an important and very relevant addition to our sponsorship portfolio."



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