East Anglian businesses’ success at equine trade awards

Victoria Morgan (left) and Charlotte Cawston, of Feedmark, are presented with the Retailer of the Ye

Victoria Morgan (left) and Charlotte Cawston, of Feedmark, are presented with the Retailer of the Year – Online/Mail Order Retailer award by Steven English, of sponsor SEIB Insurance Brokers at the British Equestrian Trade Association (BETA) Business Awards 2018. Picture: Simon D Jones/Pro Vision Photography - Credit: Simon D Jones/Pro Vision Photography

Two East Anglian equine businesses have been recognised at an awards ceremony held by the British Equestrian Trade Association (BETA).

Patrick Robertson, of Thetford-based Allen and Page, is presented with the Equine Careers Sales Repr

Patrick Robertson, of Thetford-based Allen and Page, is presented with the Equine Careers Sales Representative of the Year award by Emma Dyer, of sponsor Equine Careers at the British Equestrian Trade Association (BETA) Business Awards 2018. Picture: Simon D Jones/Pro Vision Photography - Credit: Simon D Jones/Pro Vision Photography

Supplements supplier Feedmark in Harleston won the online/mail order retailer category at the BETA Business Awards 2018.

A nominator said the staff were 'knowledgeable and helpful', while judges praised the 'well-designed and uncluttered' website and 'good communication throughout the order process'.

Meanwhile Patrick Robertson, of horse feed producers Allen and Page in Thetford, was crowned equine careers sales representative of the year.

One judge said Mr Robertson's 'enthusiasm for our industry, the people and the horses in it echoed clearly throughout his conversation'.


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The awards were presented at a gala dinner, at which more than £1,500 was raised for charity Riding for the Disabled.

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