A SUPREME Championship ticket at their first show of the season was a brilliant start for young Georgia Wood and her bay mare, Millyonair but success wasn’t always on the cards for this talented duo.
Milly as she is known at home arrived at Georgia’s home in Swansea, South Wales with a reputation as a good-doer who easily put weight on.
Explains Georgia’s mum Karen: “We bought Milly three years ago when Georgia was 12 with the aim of competing in Part Bred Arab classes and eventually Small Hack classes.
“It was immediately obvious that Milly put weight on quickly and I decided to go back to basics and feed her a diet consisting entirely of fibre.
“The problem was that although she looked well there was no real bloom to her condition which is really what is needed for the show ring.
“A friend suggested I contact TopSpec and it was recommended that I feed TopSpec Lite Feed Balancer and TopChop Lite.
“The results were amazing and within three weeks Milly’s coat had totally transformed with a wonderful shine and gleam to it.
“Her temperament also improved, she was never flighty or sharp but since she has been on the TopSpec feed regime, she genuinely looks much happier and more relaxed.
“Georgia has now progressed to Small Hack classes as well as Part Bred Arab and at Cricklands this year won both classes before going on to take the Supreme Championship, it was brilliant and over the two days she never lost her sparkle.
“Her weight is now kept under control and she just looks fantastic we hope our winning ways continue,” added Karen.