GAIN EQUINE NUTRITION
GAIN Equine Nutrition is the equine feed arm of Glanbia Ireland, Ireland’s leading dairy and agri-business company. Manufactured in Co Wexford, Gain Equine Nutrition prides itself on producing consistent, palatable, dust free feeds of the highest nutritional content to cater for all sectors of the equine industry.
FOUNDED in 1980 by Irish entrepreneur and scientist Dr Pearse Lyons, Alltech discovers and delivers solutions for the sustainable nutrition of plants, animals and people.
With more than 100 manufacturing sites globally, Alltech is a leading producer and processor of yeast and organic trace minerals, and its flagship algae production facility in Kentucky is one of only two of its kind in the world.Its guiding ACE principle seeks to develop solutions that are safe for the animal, consumer and the environment.
The company has more than 5,000 team members worldwide who put this purpose to work every day.
Alltech is a family-owned company, which allows it to adapt quickly to emerging customer needs and to stay focused on advanced innovation.
Headquartered just outside of Lexington, Kentucky, Alltech has a strong global presence.
GRAND THORNTON IRELAND
GRANT Thornton is Ireland’s fastest growing professional services firm.
With eight offices across Ireland and a presence in over 130 countries around the world, they offer local knowledge, national expertise and global presence to help clients succeed wherever they are located.
The company delivers solutions to all business challenges.
Clients choose Grany Thornton because the breadth of financial and business services they need is available, delivered innovatively and always to the highest standards.
THE IRISH FIELD
THE Irish Field has been serving the equine community since it was established in 1870 as The Irish Sportsman & Farmer. It is in its present ownership since September 2003 when it was acquired by the Agricultural Trust, also publishers of the Irish Farmers Journal.
Today it is not only Ireland’s but arguably the world’s leading bloodstock, racing and sport horse publication and it has been recognised for its excellence with the James Underwood Publication of the Year Award in 2005, 2008 and 2010, while in 2009 the Turf Club recognised The Irish Field’s contribution to the industry.