Omega Fields and Missouri Fox Trotters Horse Breed Association, A Great Partnership

 

Newton, Wisconsin – Omega Fields, Inc. is proud to announce our continued relationship with the Missouri Fox Trotters Horse Breed Association (MFTHBA).  “Since 2010 Omega Fields has participated with the MFTHBA membership of approx. 4,500 people,  in providing nutritional articles from our equine science consultant, Dr. Kris Hiney, as well as offering MFTHBA members a 5% discount on all Omega Fields products”” says Sean Moriarty – President of Omega Fields, Inc.

“The Missouri Fox Trotting Horse Breed Association has greatly appreciated our continued relationship with Omega Fields,” said MFTHBA President, Dr. Joyce Graening.  “Omega Fields’ focus on quality products and superior customer service makes it a great match to the values and principles of the MFTHBA.  Our members greatly appreciate their support of the Missouri Fox Trotting Horse”.  An further, “Our partnership is based on a desire by both organizations to continue to educate horseman on the benefits of paying attention to nutrition as a core principal in having a more satisfying experience with your horse “says Moriarty.  MFTHBA communicates with its members through e-mails, newsletters and a semi-monthly magazine called Fox Trot U.  Information about MFTHBA can be found at their website at; www.mfthba.com

About the Missouri Fox Trotting Horse Breed Association (MFTHBA)
Fox Trotters originated in Missouri as ranch horses bred for smooth riding gaits as well as stamina for mountain riding and heavy ranch and farm work. They are known for versatile athleticism, the naturally smooth flat walk and fox trot gaits, and an endearing, trainable personality. Since 1948, the MFTHBA has worked to promote the Missouri Fox Trotter and support a registry for horses that meet the breed standards of gait and conformation. Today there are more than 97,000 registered Fox Trotters worldwide.

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