Speedi-Beet Support Young Riders
initiative to help young riders at a North Yorkshire school with
their cross-country skills has been supported by Speedi-Beet.
Micronized Feeds, makers of Speedi-Beet, the unique 'ready in 10
minutes' sugar beet feed for horses and ponies, has boosted the
initiative by Queen Mary School, Baldersby Park, Topcliffe, North
Yorkshire to build a cross-country riding course in its grounds
by sponsoring four of the fences.
school has been building its riding centre to national levels since
1993 and has relied heavily on sponsorships and donations to achieve
its current level of facilities. Its latest development aims to
improve young rider's jump-skills by adding a cross-country course
featuring a series of 25 fences.
Micronized Feeds is part of I'Ansons of Masham, one of the UK's
leading manufacturers of animal feeds for the farming industry.
From left - Robert MacKenzie-Johnson, Headmaster of Queen Mary's
School, Pam Ashworth director of the riding school and Will I'Anson.
founded to offer basic riding skills to pupils of Queen Mary's School
the riding school now houses 25 ponies providing over 90 pupils
and many more local riders access to first class facilities and
Micronized Feeds Sales Director Will I'Anson, said: "The Queen
Mary School riding centre is an outstanding facility and helps to
challenge and develop young riders from the school and surrounding
has been part of the local community for more than 100 years and
we are delighted to be able to support such an imaginative and worthwhile
centre director, Pam Ashworth, said: "The children love trying
their hand at new obstacles and that opportunity is only made possible
by the sponsorship of company's such as I'Ansons.
are now almost half-way to our final target and are always looking
for people to help us reach our goal."
was launched in 2000 after an extensive period of research and development.
The feed has high nutritional qualities and can also help prevent
and aid recovery from Laminitis.
is unlike any other sugar beet product, in that it is ready to use
in less than 10 minutes where conventional pulps take anything up
to 24 hours to soak before use.
has proven extremely popular with horse and pony owners throughout
the UK and has broken into the overseas market with exports across
Europe, the Middle East and Australasia.