Competing at the absolute top of their game, both Jock and Clarke have a wealth of international eventing experience. Jock Paget had an interesting introduction into the eventing world via bricklaying, trail-riding and bronc riding and is now one of New Zealand’s top event riders, competing across Europe, the USA and Australasia and representing his country at the London and Rio Olympics.
Racing Blue are extremely proud to have recently begun supplying British Armed Forces veteran and Northampton Saints wheelchair rugby team player, Craig Styles, with STORM® Athlete to help reduce muscle fatigue when playing.
Racing Blue are pleased to announce their support of Bruce Talmage and Ian Seager as they take on Britain’s world famous marathon cycle ride from Land’s End to John O’Groats to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Support. The Deloitte Ride Across Britain requires immense endurance as athletes cycle 108 miles every day, for 9 days. Passing through some incredible, breathtaking scenery and 23 counties, the ride starts on 8th September from Land’s End and finishes in John O’Groats on 16th September.
STORM Advocate Jesse Campbell & Amsterdam continue to impress and performed well at the Dodson & Horrell Chatsworth Horse Trials, which is the first leg of the Event Rider Masters Series. Amsterdam was the first New Zealand horse home in 15th place in a class with the top 40 riders in the world, give or take a handful of absentees.
Racing Blue have announced Abi Boulton as a STORM Advocate for the 2016 eventing season. Abi is a 21 year old event rider based in Staffordshire and was the youngest to complete the CCI**** at Burghley 2015 with her horse Tilston Tic Toc. Abi was first introduced to STORM when her mother Lucy placed the winning bid for a season’s supply of the product in the silent auction at the Eventers Ball (2014) . “I was originally impressed with the science behind STORM – says Abi and we have not been disappointed.
STORM Advocate Jesse Campbell brings us upto date with his news in the off Season.
We’ve been very busy since the eventing season finished in October, including a trip to the Sweden International Horse Show indoor cross-country which was held in Stockholm, Sweden and the Stuttgart German Masters Indoor Derby.
World Silver for STORM Canis Advocate Bethan Fitzgerald who heralded a team effort from the Fitzgerald family.
Danny and Beth recently embarked on a mammoth trip, flying their dogs to Canada to compete at the dry-land sled dog World Championships. Alongside four other Team mates, they all managed to work together to complete the almost impossible task of getting dogs and equipment from A to B and keep them well hydrated, fed and supple!
It was Gold for STORM Canis advocate Bethan Fitzgerald and her dog Charlie in the Scooter event at the recent European Cani-cross championships. Bethan is a vet based in Elgin Scotland and so was on home turf for this prestigious event.
Trainer & vet Ilka Gansera Leveque backs STORM. as part of her team.
Based in Newmarket at St Wendred’s Stables, Ilka and her husband Stephane are a unique and formidable team, combining strong practical skills with veterinary science.
They are in a unique position to evaluate STORM for racing and this is what they say. “In Racing Blue STORM, I have found that perfect balance between improving athletic performance across speed, strength and stamina.
I am delighted to be associated with Racing Blue and our Arabian stallion, a natural athlete with his gleaming chestnut coat, toned muscles and exciting performance, is one of the best possible illustrations of how Storm delivers results.
I totally trust the equine science that has gone into producing this palatable product and I consider that, with Racing Blue, I have found a winner”.
“Without a doubt Racing Blue Storm has enhanced my horses’ performances. Both Amsterdam and Kaapachino looked magnificent at Luhmuhlen, and they returned from their cross country full of running.” – Jesse Campbell New Zealand High Performance event rider.
Luhmuhlen in Germany was such an incredible event for me where both my horses, Kaapachino in the CCI4* and Amsterdam in the CIC3*, were just brilliant. It was my first four star event and it more than surpassed my expectations.