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BEDMAX for Competition

Horses are athletes, and like any athletes they need the right care and preparation to perform at their best in any form of competition.

Dressage, Eventing and Showjumping.

Knowledgeable competitors in all disciplines and at every level  understand the importance of getting the details right, to give their horses the best chance to perform to their full potential, and since most  horses spend a large proportion of their time in the stable, using the right bedding is clearly a crucial part of their care and preparation.

Today we know that our customers include owners competing in every form of equestrian competition including:

  • Dressage
  • Eventing
  • Showjumping
  • Showing
  • Endurance
  • Carriage Driving
  • Scurry Driving
  • Triathlon
  • Para-equestrian
  • Pony Club Games
  • Polo
  • Polocross
  • Horseball
  • Tent Pegging
  • Team Chasing
  • Western Riding

Competition News

205, 2017

We’re on our way to BADMINTON

It's that wonderful time of the year again when all equestrian eyes turn towards Badminton. Once again we are absolutely delighted to have been chosen to supply BEDMAX for the horses competing at the 2017 Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials, for the 11th year. We're equally delighted to be setting up our stand at this fantastic event, hoping we'll see you there. If you're going to Badminton, please come and say hello at the BEDMAX stand. Badminton is the first event of the year for us, so it's the first chance for you to enter our BIG 2017

2602, 2016

Making those dressage dreams come true

Now just 16, Rose Hugh Smith was given her first 'dog-sized' pony nine years ago. Today she's part of the BEF Excel Talent Programme and she has her sights set on a place on the GB Team for the Junior European Championships in Valencia, Spain, this July. Rose's supersonic dressage career actually started on the polo field, or to be more accurate, when she was scooped up as a toddler to sit on the front of polo player Jack Kidd's saddle (yes, that one, brother of Jodie). At seven she acquired that first Great Dane-sized pony, and then three years

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