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15 July 2021

Barrier Animal Health Partner with The Pony Club Spring Festival

The Pony Club welcome new partners Barrier Animal Health as sponsors of The Spring Festival

The Pony Club welcome new partners Barrier Animal Health as sponsors of The Spring Festival. Arena Eventing, Dressage and Show Jumping competitions are running across the UK, with the finals being held in April 2022. The Preliminary rounds are open to non-Pony Club Members, so everyone can come and join in the fun!

Barrier Animal Health, founded in 1988, will share with Members how products based on natural ingredients offer safe and effective solutions to support the healthcare needs of their horses and ponies. This partnership progresses The Pony Club’s charitable purpose to promote and advance the education and understanding of the public, and particularly children and young people, in all matters relating to horsemanship and the horse.

Working with Barrier Animal Health is an exciting and synergistic partnership, and we are thrilled to have them join The Pony Club community. The Spring Festival is set to be a great round of competitions and we welcome all young riders to attend and discover fun and friendship at one of The Pony Club Branches or Centres.” - Marcus Capel, CEO, The Pony Club

Barrier Animal Health are delighted to be supporting The Pony Club through our sponsorship of The Spring Festival in April 2022.

With its multi-discipline multi-level competition structure, we are aiming to help as many young equestrians as possible in the preparation and aftercare of their horses and ponies as they enjoy the competition for all these events.

Working with The Pony Club enables Barrier's unique natural animal health care solutions to promote sustainable and safe plant-based care products to current and future generations of horse owners for all the animals they care for. 

We are very excited not only for this sponsorship opportunity, but also to hear the wonderful stories from the membership about the journey with their horses and ponies throughout the competition.”
 - Nigel Back, Managing Director, Barrier Animal Health