Couldn't be happier with the performance of our horses

Hi Pryde's EasiFeed

We are pleased to notify you we have some outstanding results at both Queensland State Championship and the Tom Quilty Gold Cup.

At the Queensland State Championship we won the 160km State Championship title, 1st in the 120km lightweight (also line honours), and 1st in the 80km middleweight ( also line honours).

The Tom Quilty gold cup we entered 8 horses from our training stable in the competition all on the Pryde's easy feed with 6 completions. Within the first 8 horses across the finish line at the end of 160km 4 of the horses were from our stable (1 was a vet out lame at the final vet check however but raced to cross the line as an equal 1st lightweight with another rider from our stable). The results as follows , 1st Lightweight (3rd across the line) also received best conditioned horse and Pat Slaters cup, 1st Junior and best conditioned horse, 5th Middleweight, and the remaining 3 riders completed with plenty of energy left in the horses. Overall we received outstanding results as a team and this was recogonised nationally and internationally. 

I am happy to publicise these results and our usage of the Pryde's EasiFeed. We couldn't be happier with the performance of our horses on this feed. Thank you. 

Left to right. Kaylea Maher, Akhmed Pshunov (both trainers of Rushoz endurance), Brooke Marshal (1st Junior) and Amanda Doyle with our Quilty mounts prior to competition at Lexton Victoria. 

Left to right. Kaylea Maher, Akhmed Pshunov (both trainers of Rushoz endurance), Brooke Marshal (1st Junior) and Amanda Doyle with our Quilty mounts prior to competition at Lexton Victoria. 

Owner of these two horses Jim Green with son Jamie Green 5th middleweight plus Best conditioned horse and Kelsey Irvine 1st lightweight plus Best conditioned and winner of Pat Slaters cup with trainer Kaylea Maher.  

Owner of these two horses Jim Green with son Jamie Green 5th middleweight plus Best conditioned horse and Kelsey Irvine 1st lightweight plus Best conditioned and winner of Pat Slaters cup with trainer Kaylea Maher.