So, I thought this would be a good opportunity to introduce you to the team behind Ben Leathers Eventing. She is exceptional on the yard and at competitions, always having the horses ready to go. Then my other grooms Megan and Lucy, who keep the yard running while I am out competing.
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Not to forget my wife Jo who does all the plaiting, both mane and tails no matter what time we head off they are always ready. I have solid support through Keyflow feeds as not only are my competition horses fed Keyflow but all the livery horses are as the quality of the feed, nutrition support and expertise is second to none. I also have great support from Well Gel supplying Aloe Vere products for the horses and Four Seasons Equestrian dressing me with the best competition outfits from Cavalleria Toscana keeping me looking smart for every competition.
I am also lucky to have the ongoing support from Julie — iesportsmedia, who has introduced me to some amazing people behind the scenes in the media world.
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There are many more connected to the behind the scenes team which seems to get bigger each year. I feel that these supporters are an essential part of the team and should be recognised for their time and effort as each person has a fundamental part to play in the success and wellbeing of the horses form season to season. So, a big thank you to them all for your ongoing support.
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