New Sponsor For Hawkesbury Gold Cup
International Animal Health has taken up sponsorship of the $200,000 Hawkesbury Gold Cup.
To be known as the Group 3 Livamol Hawkesbury Gold Cup, the new three-year deal has been announced jointly by HRC chief executive Greg Rudolph and Chris Lawlor, CEO of International Animal Health.
The 1600m Cup, one of Hawkesbury’s oldest races, is one of the major features at the club’s annual stand-alone meeting to be held on Saturday week.
Livamol is Australasia’s leading coat conditioner for horses and other livestock – and has been so for more than 50 years.
Livamol, Livamol Feed Optimiser Pellets and the “perfect partners” grooming range all form the extensive array of products which are used throughout the racing, breeding, sale preparation, agistment, pre-training and pleasure horse markets in Australia and New Zealand.
The new Hawkesbury deal extends the Livamol branding, with the company’s existing sponsorship of the Group 1 Livamol Classic, New Zealand’s premier race run each October at Hastings.
In welcoming International Animal Health on board as a major new sponsor for at least the next three years, Rudolph said his club was thrilled to have such an expanding international business join forces for Hawkesbury’s biggest day of the racing year.
“International Animal Health is locally based and headed by a prominent owner and breeder in his own right,” Rudolph said.
“Importantly, International Animal Health products, and in particular the Livamol range, are highly regarded not only in the racing industry but amongst the wider equestrian community for which the Hawkesbury region is renowned,” he added.
International Animal Health is a family owned business which manufactures and markets a range of livestock solutions and veterinarian only products available throughout Australia, New Zealand and overseas export markets.
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