Why Quality Equine Bedding Could Ensure Grand National Success

Why Quality Equine Bedding Could Ensure Grand National Success

By on Mar 29, 2021 in Blog, Equine Bedding |

One of the best ways to help horses competing in this year’s Grand National is by investing in high-quality equine bedding.

The 173rd meeting of this iconic event in the horse racing calendar is set to take place on Saturday 10th April, after being cancelled last year due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Aintree Racecourse in Liverpool will host the event which will have 106 entrants and take place with no spectators for the first time in its history due to the COVID-19 restrictions.

For this blog, we will tell you a bit more about our range of horse bedding, to help you make an informed decision.

The Power of Three for Equine Bedding

Here at P.H Winterton and Son, we offer three different types of horse bedding that are guaranteed to suit your unique specifications and budgets.

Cheshire Choice Bedding is our premium option that is made up of 100% soft wood shavings, that will give your horse the ultimate comfort when resting.

This type of bedding is kept in quantities of one to 18 pallets, in case you wish to buy in bulk.

Our Economy Bale Bedding is our budget range that will provide a warm bed whilst not breaking the bank. Using a mixture of hard and soft wood, making it easy to use with rubber mats.

We have recently started stocking Zebra Fibre bedding which can be used for both horses and cattle and is available in 48-60 bales per pallet. P.H Winterton store this bedding in all-weather bags to protect it from the elements.

Zebra Fibre bedding is extremely absorbent meaning there is minimal risk of abrasions for your animals.

Contact Us With Any Questions

If you have any questions about P.H Winterton’s range of equine bedding, please do not hesitate to get in touch now. Our team of specialists look forward to hearing from you.

We supply horse bedding for customers all over the country, including areas such as Hampshire, Somerset and Taunton and Wells.