Deck the Stalls with M&R Equestrian Services' Training Days Partner, Vitalize!
Vitalize added a bit of holiday spirit to M&R Equestrian's Training Days' fourth week of events, gifting its popular horse treats to exhibitors.
Vitalize®, by BioZyme® Incorporated, is one of Training Days' newest partners for its 2020-2021 season. Founded by Olympians Alberto Michan (ISR) and Juan Andrés Rodriguez (GUA), Training Days are Wellington, FL's most unique training opportunity, offering riders of all levels an unprecedented opportunity to school over a full course of show quality jumps, set by FEI course designers. Each Tuesday, exhibitors can complete a course of show jumps at varying heights, experiencing a stress-free and affordable show-like atmosphere.
For Week IV, Training Days introduced a new 1.40m height option for exhibitors, with courses created by FEI Level 3 Course Designer, Rodolfo Godoy (GUA). Some of the sport's best came out for positive experiences with their mounts, including international stalwarts Erynn Ballard (CAN); Schuyler Riley (USA); and Carly Anthony (USA).
“Vitalize is excited to partner with M&R Equestrian's Training Days to allow competitors an economical and safe space for schooling young horses or allowing riders to become comfortable in the show ring," said Hayley Keck, Marketing Brand Coordinator at BioZyme. "It is an excellent fit for us, because we believe in supporting the horse every step of the way and enabling them to become the most sustainable athlete possible. Having affordable, high quality options like this to create positive learning experiences for our horses and riders is vital to the sport.”
Vitalize, with a full line of products for horses and dogs, is spreading an extra bit of cheer as 2020 comes to a close through its "12 Days of Lives & Prizes." With help from some of its ambassadors within the industry, Vitalize will be offering some surprise giveaways on its social media platforms throughout the month of December to celebrate the holiday season.
Limited Edition Vitalize Prebiotic Horse Treats dressed in the company's signature burlap bags are now available. These snacks, with research-proven prebiotics, are the treats on the top of your horses' list this season. They are the perfect item for the barn gift exchange, trainer presents, and of course your own four-legged friends. These treats have rewards that meet #agoodgutfeeling. Grab your bag today at FarmVet!
Vitalize® by BioZyme® Incorporated is a line of products for horses and dogs that contains BioZyme®’s precision prebiotics to improve digestive health and gut integrity, keeping your animal healthy and performing. We pride ourselves in giving your athlete #agoodgutfeeeling! Learn more about Vitalize at vitalizeeq.com.
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"We really looked forward to coming back to MR Equestrian's Training Days for the 2020-2021 winter season. The opportunity to school over quality courses and jumps in a stress-free, yet efficiently run environment is really something our sport was missing as a whole. It’s great to be able to bring multiple horses to jump different heights without having to wait around all day. The Training Days are a place where we feel very valued as customers!" - Katha Gatto & Garrett Warner
Additional information, including weekly course maps, can be found here.
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About M&R Equestrian Services' Training Days
Founded by Olympic veterans Alberto Michan (ISR) and Juan Andrés Rodriguez (GUA), M&R Equestrian Services' Training Days is Wellington, FL's most unique training opportunity. Held weekly from November through April, the Training Days program offers riders of all levels an unprecedented opportunity to school over a full course of show quality jumps, set by FEI course designers. Join the M&R team every Tuesday, as well as Monday nights during the winter circuit, for a fun and affordable show-like experience at the Jim Brandon Equestrian Center.
Sponsorship Packages A variety of individualized sponsorship opportunities are available for the 2020-2021 Training Days season. For more information, contact Liz Porath at LizPorath@aol.com.