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KER-RAP renews AET sponsorship

 

KER-RAP renew sponsorship of AUS Equestrian Team

Kentucky Equine Research and Ridley Agriproducts (KER-RAP) will continue their official sponsorship of the Australian Equestrian Team (AET) for the next four years.

"We are very happy to continue our partnership with KER and Ridley. They have been a reliable supporter of the Australian Equestrian Team for the past five years and we appreciate their decision to continue the partnership," said Franz Venhaus, CEO of Equestrian Australia.

KER-RAP first sponsored the AET in 2004 and has remained the exclusive sponsor of the AET in terms of equine nutrition. The Australian Equestrian Team includes teams selected by Equestrian Australia to represent Australia internationally in the disciplines of Eventing, Jumping, Dressage, Para-Equestrian, Carriage Driving, Endurance, Reining and Vaulting.

"Kentucky Equine Research is delighted to continue our role as consulting equine nutritionists to the Australian Equestrian Team. We look forward to contributing to the success of the AET with nutritional advice and our KER supplements. KER can offer world-class nutrition and we expect the AET will continue to deliver world-class results,' said Peter Huntington, Managing Director of Kentucky Equine Research.

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20 November 2017
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