Hickstead grass arenas ‘considerably improved’ by Suregrow fertiliser

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The hallowed turf of the grass arenas at the Hickstead All England Jumping Course is being prepared for this season’s major international fixtures with an application of Suregrow fertiliser.

Several tonnes of Suregrow fertiliser have been spread onto all of the grass arenas to be used at the British Jumping Derby Meeting (June 20-24), the Longines Royal International Horse Show (July 17-22) and the All England Jumping Championships (Sept 6-9).

The Suregrow fertiliser formulation, with its slow release nutrients, is proving an excellent fit with Hickstead’s world-renowned arena management. Speaking recently, Hickstead Director Edward Bunn confirmed, “Since applying Suregrow fertiliser to our arenas, I have already noticed a considerable improvement to the quality and cover of the grass sward.”

Suregrow fertiliser is a major supporter of equestrian competition in the UK and is the high profile brand associated with the British Dressage Advanced Medium Championships, a number of horse trials, including Allerton Park and Bramham and leading international riders Caroline Powell, Oliver Townend, Ruth Edge and Richard Davison.

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May 21, 2012  |   Share: