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Barnsley man launches revolutionary horse recovery supplement

A Barnsley businessman has launched a revolutionary horse supplement product.

James Gaskell, Barnsley UK, has secured a partnership with the research-driven and all-natural horse supplement company Equitein, who have plans to extend their business with the introduction of a range of horse care products.

Gaskell (pictured) is a family man who has worked hard to achieve success for his family-run manufacturing business, Dekapak Solutions Limited.

Following his career of honourable service in the Royal Marines, Gaskell made the decision to return to his family-run business in Barnsley.

“You spend months looking forward to that moment,” he said. “It was not an easy decision for me to return home, but it was for the best. I was ready for a challenge, ready to start up a business for myself, and, most of all, ready to provide a better future for my family.”

Having seen a gap in the market for a natural horse supplement range, he dedicated his time to the research, design and production of this innovative product.

Three years later, he has teamed up with equine experts, Equitein, to bring this product to the wider market, following positive results from famous equestrians Zara Tindall MBE and Michael Scudamore, who used the products to achieve optimum performance for their award-winning horses.

“I’d definitely recommend Equizyn across all equine disciplines,” said Tindall. “The experience I’ve had using the product on High Kingdom has been fantastic. He’s felt better and finished better than ever before.”

No product currently available on the market is aimed at maximising and supplementing potential during performance, or at optimising recovery and increasing the availability of energy to train and prepare.

Gaskell added: “I am thrilled to be a part of the Equizyn revolution and to have received such positive feedback from elite riders.”

Equizyn is on special offer at £47.00 for 90 tablets and is available for pre-order via www.equizyn.com

 

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