Baileys Horse Feeds are family-owned and run and many of their Sales, Marketing and Nutrition teams are hands-on horse owners and competitors so understand the challenges faced by today’s busy working horse owner. They have supported British Young Drivers since 2001 and, as education is at the heart of their ethos, have subsidised their annual Easter Clinic, held at the Unicorn Trust, so that many young drivers can access top class tuition.
As part of this, Baileys provide practical nutritional advice and training, to young drivers who attend the clinics, as well as ongoing support to individuals wishing to ensure optimum nutrition for health and performance. Baileys’ financial and practical support has also extended to young teams travelling abroad as well as the, now well established, Young Drivers National Championships. They are delighted to be supporting the Junior Sports Personality award and look forward to learning about all the nominees and their achievements and meeting the winners on the night.
Tristar is a family run business based in West Wales that prides itself on customer service before and after sales.
Our workforce of 35 skilled and semi-skilled men and women makes it a business big enough to cope and small enough to care. Our modern, purpose built premises cover 60,000 sq ft.
Commercial vehicle transport has been our business for over 50 years with 35 years experience in the manufacture of livestock carrying vehicles. Our main enterprise now is the production of horseboxes.
We supply horseboxes to several European countries, as well as the UK.
In addition to the bodybuilding business, both Gwyn and Daniel are keen horse people who are very enthusiastic about driving, having won many coaching classes with their gelderlanders team, as well as excellent success with their scurry ponies.
In 2007, Tristar was voted the luckiest owners by Racing Post, having an unusually high number of winners with their race horses.
Tristar have always been keen supporters of everything equine, having sponsored show-jumping, three day eventing, scurrying, polo, carriage driving and even horse ploughing.
World Horse Welfare is an international charity that works for a world where every horse is treated with respect, compassion and understanding. For more than 90 years, Its values have been grounded in pragmatism and compassion and it strives to support and improve the horse-human partnership in all of its guises. Among its many activities in the UK, it runs the country’s largest equine rescue, rehabilitation and rehoming scheme, with many of its ponies involved in carriage driving in their new homes.
Thimbleby & Shorland conduct amongst things the world famous Reading Carriage Sales, which have been in operation since 19965. There are now three sales held annually in Reading, plus an additional sale in the summer in North Yorkshire.
Many memorable sales have also been held on clients' premises all over the country. Over the years carriages, sets of harness, sundry accoutrements and anything else related to the art of carriage driving, have been bought and sold at T&S auctions by clients from around the globe. The sales provide an important meeting place for driving and equestrian enthusiasts, as well as for those looking to buy and sell their items.