Equine mannequins will be back on parade at BETA International, thanks to the show's official model horse supplier, STUBBS ENGLAND. Perfect for highlighting the latest rugs and equestrian products, the horses can be found in all corners of the halls, from the New Product Gallery to the Innovation Awards judging rooms and busy aisles.
“STUBBS are delighted to support BETA International once again,” said managing director Chris Bradwell. “Our professional products perfectly partner the world's top trade fair and we are looking forward to showing all that is new and reliable in the stable equipment world.”
BETA International organiser Claire Thomas added: “STUBBS ENGLAND horses are a tremendous addition to the halls – and a valuable asset. They help us to maintain the show's polished, professional appearance and play a valuable role in highlighting the fantastic range of new equestrian products that are launched. The company has been an important part of the industry for many years and we are proud that Chris Bradwell and his team are joining our loyal group of supporters once again.”
STUBBS ENGLAND lends its backing to BETA International 2019 alongside Equestrian Trade News, Henson Franklyn, Hy, NAF, Shires Equestrian, Toggi and main sponsor Neue Schule.
A family-run stable and tack room equipment specialist, STUBBS ENGLAND has been manufacturing in the same small Nottinghamshire village since 1836. Today, it has more than 350 items in its Tack Room, Stable, Yard, Field, Shows, Shops and Warehouse collections. All products are made in England, where they are designed, manufactured, built to last and tested in-house before being introduced to the market. The family’s active involvement with horses means they fully understand and appreciate the yard environment, and how to design products to suit it.
BETA International is the world’s leading trade fair for equestrian, country clothing, outdoor and pet products. The 2019 show takes place at the NEC, Birmingham, from 20 to 22 January. For further information about exhibiting, contact James Palmer, telephone +44 (0)1937 582111 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.