The highly celebrated and award winning Hood Show Team has announced an exciting new partnership for the 2018 Show Season, as they become Brand Ambassadors of Feedmark. Allister, Anne and their son Oliver Hood are leading producers in the Equestrian Showing World. To date, they have produced no less than 82 Horse of the Year Show (HOYS) Winners and countless County Show Champions.
Last Season’s notable wins include, Oliver riding Annabel Jenks’ large riding horse of the year Diamonds Are Forever to take the HOYS Supreme Horse of the Year title 2017. This marked a double victory for Diamonds Are Forever, who qualified with Allister when he went supreme at the Royal International Horse Show. For the second year on the run Allister also won the Colosso Family Heavyweight Cob of the Year championship at HOYS, riding Caroline Tyrell’s Our Cashel Blue. Based at Buttons Farm on the Norfolk/Suffolk border, the Hoods produce a wide range of horses and ponies including Lead Rein Ponies, Show Ponies, Hacks, Cobs, Riding Horses and Hunters. The new partnership will see the internationally renowned show team and highly regarded show producers work with Feedmark’s nutritional experts to promote equine health and nutrition throughout the new 2018 Show Season.
Allister Hood comments: “We are delighted to be working in partnership with Feedmark, whose supplements we’ve used for several years to help promote our horses’ overall health and wellbeing. We believe horses have to feel good on the inside before they can shine on the outside and finding supplements to support individual horses’ needs is key. We are very much looking forward to the 2018 season ahead.” Chris Townsend, Managing Director of Feedmark, comments: “This thrilling new partnership brings together one of the country’s most prominent show teams with Feedmark’s deep insight and understanding of horses’ nutritional needs to make a winning team. We are very excited to be working with Allister, Anne and Oliver as well as providing help and advice to our many customers as they prepare for the 2018 Show Season.”