Cheltenham four-day festival saw another year of success for trainers feeding Bluegrass Horse Feed.
The most prestigious jump racing event of the year attracted thousands of racegoers and supporters watching eagerly over the four-day festival from 10th-13th March.
Over eighty horses running over the four-day festival were fed by Bluegrass Horse Feed. The County Tyrone based mill manufactures scientifically formulated horse feed, providing the highest quality ingredients and enhancing bioavailability of key nutrients to promote optimal performance.
Bluegrass Horse Feed is proud to be the fed supplier for some of the top trainers including, Gordon Elliott, Gavin Cromwell, Henry De Bromhead, Crawford Brothers, Dermott Mclaughlin, Olly Murphy and Rebecca Menzies.
Put the Kettle in kicked off the festival winning the Arkle Challenge Trophy for Henry De Bromhead ridden by Aidan Coleman. It was a double for Henry De Bromhead on day one of the festival, with the unbeaten Honeysuckle winning the Close Brothers Mares’ Hurdle ridden by Rachael Blackmore. Envoi Allen ridden by Davy Russell won the Ballymore Novices’ Hurdle on day two of the festival for Gordon Elliott.
A triple for Gordon Elliott on day three with Samcro winning by photo finish to Melon ridden by Davy Russell in the Marsh Novices’ Chase, Sire Due Berlais ridden by Barry Geraghty took the Pertemps Network Final Handicup Hurdle and Milan Native under Rob James in the Fulke Walwyn Kim Muir Challenge Cup.
Kenneth Irwin, MD of Bluegrass Horse Feed said, “Cheltenham week never disappoints, we saw some fantastic racing. We are proud to be the feed choice for so many successful trainers across Ireland and England”
“A massive congratulations from the Bluegrass team, to all Bluegrass Horse Feed customers and connections involved”