NAF and BEF renew partnership

The British Equestrian Federation (BEF) has today (11 December 2017) confirmed the renewal of its long-standing partnership with NAF, for the provision of equine supplements and horse care products to the BEF World Class Programme squads and senior equestrian championship teams. The three-year deal will see NAF support the teams in the build-up to next year’s World Equestrian Games, through to Tokyo 2020.

Equestrian Performance Director Gordon Burton says; “We are delighted to have secured a continued partnership with NAF for a further Olympic cycle; having supported the Federation for over 12 years, it is fantastic to see their support extend once more for Tokyo.”

NAF Founder, Richard Cleeve, comments; “We are proud of our long-term association with the BEF and thrilled to support Equestrian Team GBR as their Official Supplier of advanced nutritional supplements and applications, helping the teams on their way to the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and Paralympics and the World Equestrian Games at Tryon, USA in 2018.”

NAF first became official suppliers of supplements to the British teams in 2005 and is the leading British supplement manufacturer with over 30 years of knowledge and experience.

NAF actively support Clean Sport and have been BETA NOPS accredited since its inception; the standard quality audit in place to minimise the risk of naturally occurring prohibited substances; as well as being UFAS and GMP+ accredited.

Riders that trust NAF to deliver the highest quality in nutritional advice and care for their horses include British riders and NAF Ambassadors Gemma Tattersall, Laura Collett, Team Charles, Emile Faurie, Team Eilberg, Tom McEwen and Spencer Wilton to name just a few.

“Having these amazing athletes trust NAF to give them peace of mind about clean sport whilst providing optimum care and nutrition for their horses is paramount to delivering the best performances worldwide” adds Richard.

NAF join Dodson & Horrell, Equi-Trek, Falpro England, Musto and Point Two, as official suppliers of the senior championship teams.

Article Source: NAF Press Release

 

 

 

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