Ranvet is proud to support those hard working individuals in the horse racing and show jumping industries. We present here our sponsored riders.

Ranvet’s Senior Sponsored Riders Team

NAME: Farann Bussa

STATE: NSW

WHAT ARE YOUR MAIN DISCIPLINES?

Polocrosse

TELL US ABOUT YOUR JOURNEY WITH HORSES…

  • When did you start riding/how long have you been riding for?

    I have been around horses all my life. I got my first pony when I was 3 (my parents actually bread him) and the collection continue to grow from their! I have been riding and competing ever since.
  • Are you a member of Pony Club/ riding club?Yes, Eurocoast Polocrosse Club
  • Have you always competed in the discipline you do now?Yes, I started playing polocrosse at 5 years of age. I was going every weekend with my parents and brothers as they played. So it was either sit on the side line and watch or join in and start playing. From then I have been hooked and haven’t missed a season.
  • Introduce your team of horses-what are their names, what breed are they?

Rosebrook Shauna – Australian Stock horse
Hvirfs Cracker – Australian Stock horse
Wafalu Shimarno – Australian Stock horse
Wafalu Shantilly – Australian Stock horse
Wafalu Crackup – Australian Stock horse
Wafalu Shaymus- Australian Stock horse

  • Your most memorable career highlight to date– Playing Club level Polocrosse from 5 years of age
    – Represented Southern Highlands Zone on many occasions from 10 years of age
    – NSW Sub Junior team- Sydney Nationals 2006
    – NSW Junior Open- Ballarat Nationals 2010
    – Australian Junior Polocrosse Tour South Africa 2010
    – South Australia Intermediate Team – Warwick 2012
    – NSW Intermediate Team- Darwin Nationals 2014
    – NSW Intermediate Team Captain- Albury Nationals 2016
    – Australian Intermediate Tour South Africa 2016
    – Australian Women’s Team, Australia vs South Africa – Warwick 2017
    – NSW Women’s Team – Perth Nationals 2018

Playing for Australia has definitely been the biggest highlight for my Polocrosse career. And coming home winners each time has definitely made it so memorable. Polocrosse has taken me all around the world and representing your country is the most amazing feeling ever.

BEST PIECE OF ADVICE/ FAVOURITE MOTTO

Winners are not people who never fail, but people who never quit.

If you think practice is boring, try sitting on the bench.

Always work hard and fight until the end because it’s never really over until the whistle blows.

WHAT ARE YOUR FAVOURITE RANVET PRODUCTS?

Salkavite- something my horses get daily absolutely love it!
Recovery Aid – this product is a game changer, my horses get one after every game and it keeps them on top of their game all weekend.
Aminovite Plus- ensures my horses are getting all the vitamins and minerals they need.
Electro paste- As we do a lot of travelling, this product ensures my horses are drinking enough and keeping hydrated.

NAME: Leilani Justice

STATE: Victoria

WHAT ARE YOUR MAIN DISCIPLINES?

Eventing, Showjumping and Pony Club

TELL US ABOUT YOUR JOURNEY WITH HORSES…

  • When did you start riding/how long have you been riding for?

I began riding around the age of 4, on a little Shetland pony named Jocelyn. I learnt a lot about horses growing with the Standardbreds in the racing stables and got into riding through a family friend.

  •  Are you a member of Pony Club/ riding club?

Yes, I joined Melton & District Pony Club to further my riding education in 2010 and I have been a riding member since then.

  • Have you always competed in the discipline you do now?

Originally I started competing mainly on the pony club showjumping scene with my first horse Rusty, before moving into the eventing scene with my next horse and now broodmare Muffin. She took me to from eventing grade 5 to grade 2, but also fed into my love of showjumping competing up to 115 heights. I now compete mainly eventing grade 1 on my current mount Wally.

  • Introduce your team of horses-what are their names, nicknames, what breed are they?

Practice Makes Perfect, aka Wally, is a 19yo OTTB eventing schoolmaster gelding who I am currently climbing the levels with. Snipes, is a 7yo OTTB gelding who has just began his eventing career with me. And Miss Amity, aka Muffin, is the first OTTB that I owned and is currently in foal to WB stallion Contenda.

  • Your most memorable career highlight to date

I’ve been lucky to have made a few very memorable moments in my riding career. My top memory would be competing at Pony Club Victoria State HT Championships 2021 and placing 6th on Wally in the Grade 1 class. My second most memorable career moment would be winning the Club Pony B grade (115) showjumping shield on my old mare Muffin. These moments matter the most to me because to me they highlight my own personal growth and progression as a rider.

BEST PIECE OF ADVICE/ FAVOURITE MOTTO

Personally, my favourite quote would have to be “Stars can’t shine without darkness”, as it says that everyone has rough or hard times that they go through, but that it is still possible to shine and come through all that better off in the end.

WHAT ARE YOUR FAVOURITE RANVET PRODUCTS?

Salkavite
Flexi-Joint Plus
Hoof Food

NAME: Charlotte Pedersen

STATE: Victoria

WHAT ARE YOUR MAIN DISCIPLINES?

Dressage

TELL US ABOUT YOUR JOURNEY WITH HORSES…

  • When did you start riding/how long have you been riding for?

I was born in Denmark. When I was 11 yo , I started riding at a riding school, and I was hooked straight away. I practically lived at the riding school every day, to my parents’ dismay. Later on in my twenties I did an apprenticeship to become a riding instructor, which takes 6 years of training in Denmark.

When I finished my exams, I came to Australia for 6 months on a working holiday. Then I met my husband, and the rest is history. We now run a small equestrian facility in Macedon.

  • Are you a member of Pony Club/ riding club?

I am a member of equestrian of Australia.

  • Have you always competed in the discipline you do now?

I used to do show jumping, when I did my apprenticeship, but now only dressage.

  • Introduce your team of horses-what are their names, what breed are they?

I have 2 competition horses.

There is Hill Cottage Jazzmira.  13yo bay mare by Jazz. She is a warm blood and I bred her myself. She is competing inter 2 and GP.
Then Baunehojens Diamond Dancer is a 11yo stallion, by Don Diamond out of a Florencio mare. We bought him in Denmark when he was 4yo. He is now ready to start in inter 2. Has been very successful at all levels.

  • Your most memorable career highlight to date

Winner national champs 1996 in advanced on Exceptional Value.
Winning GPS in 2009 on Come to Me.
Placing on Baunehojens Diamond Dancer at 2019 national champs in psg and Inter 1.

BEST PIECE OF ADVICE/ FAVOURITE MOTTO

JUST DO IT.   From Nike. Just do it, don’t think too much about it

WHAT ARE YOUR FAVOURITE RANVET PRODUCTS?

I love all their products, but the one I use most for the moment are Flexi-joint Plus, Salkavite and Ration balancer. I know that my horses get all what they need, to be able to compete at the highest level.

NAME: Future Farms Arabians

STATE: Victoria

WHAT ARE YOUR MAIN DISCIPLINES? Arabians, Show Horse, Dressage, Western

TELL US ABOUT YOUR JOURNEY WITH HORSES…

  • How long have you been a part of the Ranvet Team?

Future Farms have been apart of the Ranvet Sponsored Riders team for 12 years!

  • Provide us with a little background to your operations here, at Future Farms

Future Farms is a state-of-the-art facility, complete with 3 barns, indoor arena, 8 Bay Walker, Equine Treadmill, 1.5km exercise track, indoor breeding and vet lab, and so much more! It is situated over 70acres in the Macedon Ranges in Victoria. Future Farms employ 15 staff, with plenty to do all year round, from breeding and breaking in, to travelling across Australia competing at the highest levels.

  • Introduce your team of horses-what are their names, what breed are they?

Future Farms have a large team of horses, ranging from youngstock to high performance saddle horses. Kate tells us that at any one time the barn can consist of 45 horses which are being tended to daily, in full work or training.

Future Farms run an internationally acclaimed breeding operation, over 20 years young, producing Purebred, derivate and part-bred Arabians.

  • Your most memorable career highlight to date

Future Farms have won over 100 National Championships, East Coast Championships and National Stud Championships.

Kate and Doyle have been incredibly successful over their many years in the horse industry, and this extends now to their children, Jessica and Kody, who are both National and International Riders.

WHAT ARE YOUR FAVOURITE RANVET PRODUCTS?

Ration Balancer, Grand Prix Oil and Ranvet 500

NAME: Tom McDermott

STATE: NSW

WHAT ARE YOUR MAIN DISCIPLINES?

Showjumping

TELL US ABOUT YOUR JOURNEY WITH HORSES…

  • When did you start riding/how long have you been riding for?

Tom has been riding since the age of 6 and has been a part of the Ranvet team since 2011

  • Are you a member of Pony Club/ riding club?

At current, Tom is competing in Team Chatham Park in the Australian Jumping Teams League

  • Have you always competed in the discipline you do now?

Tom has been showjumping from a very young age, with his family having a very strong presence in the equestrian world. Tom recalls competing in Dressage and Eventing when he was younger, but at 12years old he found his true passion for showjumping and hasn’t looked back since! Tom now also takes on pre-training racehorses external to his high-performance team.

  • Introduce your team of horses-what are their names, what breed are they?

Elegance De La Charmille, competing World Cup
Alpha Activity, competing World Cup
Yalambi’s Havard, 8yo Warmblood competing Grand Prix Level
Yalambi’s Finnigan, 9yo Warmblood competing World Cup level

  • Your most memorable career highlight to date

Winning a World Cup at the age of 17, the youngest rider in the world to have done so in history!
Winning the Australian Jumping Championships, 2019

WHAT ARE YOUR FAVOURITE RANVET PRODUCTS?

Flexi-Joint Plus, Salkavite and Settle’em Plus

NAME: Lance Justice

STATE: Victoria

WHAT ARE YOUR MAIN DISCIPLINES?

Harness Racing

TELL US ABOUT YOUR JOURNEY WITH HORSES…

  • When did you start riding/how long have you been riding for?

I grew up in the country and as a kid spent a bit of time riding the neighbors’ horses and ponies. I first began training and driving trotters in 1981 in South Australia, and I have been in the business since then. In 2000, I made the decision to purchase a property and moved the stables to base in Victoria.

  • Have you always competed in the discipline you do now?

Worked as a clerk of the course and barrier attendant when I was younger as a side gig from the harness racing.

  • Introduce your team of horses-what are their names, nicknames, what breed are they?

To name three of the team: Love Ina Chevy aka Chevy, a 9yo racing veteran gelding with 28 career wins, Carnera aka Jerry, a 7yo gelding with 13 career wins, and Sunstar aka Sunny, a 2yo Colt who is schooling in preparation for his first race start. But there are many more!

Retired superstars Smoken Up aka Trigger, and Sokyola aka Sooky, are both still looking super and living it up at our residential property in Ballan.

  • Your most memorable career highlight to date

My most memorable highlight would be when I won the 1989 South Australian cup, because it was my first ever group 1 win by a horse I trained and drove called Whirley Dream

BEST PIECE OF ADVICE/ FAVOURITE MOTTO

‘What goes around comes around’ – the idea that when you’re having a rough go of it, there’s always a good patch to follow it, so there’s not much point in sweating the small stuff.

WHAT ARE YOUR FAVOURITE RANVET PRODUCTS?

Salkavite, Muscle E, Folactin Blue (and lots more).

Ranvet’s Junior Ambassador Team

NAME: Sharne Haskins

STATE: NSW

WHAT ARE YOUR MAIN DISCIPLINES?
Dressage and Pony Club

TELL US ABOUT YOUR JOURNEY WITH HORSES…

  • When did you start riding/how long have you been riding for?

I have been around horses my entire life, growing up on a Thoroughbred Racing Stud. I got my very first horse when I was 3, and the rest is history! I have been riding and competing ever since.

  • Are you a member of Pony Club/ riding club?

Yes, I am a member of Londonderry Pony Club in NSW. I have been a member here for 18 years.

  • Have you always competed in the discipline you do now?

Pony Club has always been a big part of my riding career, providing me the chance to ride in a wide and diverse range of disciplines. Outside of Pony Club, I primarily competed in show riding before starting my current competition horse, Oliver, who I now compete in Pony Dressage with.

  • Introduce your team of horses-what are their names, nicknames, what breed are they?

Rocksbury Oliver Twist, aka Oliver, who is an Australian Riding Pony.
Raleigh Play Fair, aka Nick, who is also an Australian Riding Pony

  • Your most memorable career highlight to date

I have been lucky enough to represent NSW at the 2017 and 2019 Pony Club Australia Nationals. In 2019, Oliver and finished in the Top 10 for Senior Elementary Dressage, whilst my fellow teammates and I claimed the National Championship in the Senior Quiz Challenge. Both events were such a memorable experience, getting to travel to new places, making new friends and cheering on your fellow teammates!

BEST PIECE OF ADVICE/ FAVOURITE MOTTO

Nothing good ever comes easy- so set goals and work hard to make those dreams a reality!

WHAT ARE YOUR FAVOURITE RANVET PRODUCTS?

Ranvet Flexi-Joint Plus
Ranvet Salkavite
Ranvet Ration Balancer

NAME: Kian Blanchard

STATE: Victoria

WHAT ARE YOUR MAIN DISCIPLINES?
Show Jumping and Eventing

TELL US ABOUT YOUR JOURNEY WITH HORSES…

  • When did you start riding/how long have you been riding for?

Both my parents ride so I started out with horses from a very young age.
I joined pony club at age 5 and I am now 14.

  • Are you a member of Pony Club/ riding club?

Yes, Charlton Pony Club.
HRCAV – Bendigo & District Family Equestrian Group
Southern Camp Draft Association
EA Victoria

  • Have you always competed in the discipline you do now?

I like to try my hand at anything – The Man from Snowy River Striplings Stockman’s Challenge, barrel racing, steer riding, camp drafting and more recently Tetrathlon.
I started taking show jumping and eventing more seriously and at a higher level in the past couple of years.

  • Introduce your team of horses-what are their names, what breed are they? 

ACE
19 year old, 16.2h, Clydie x TB, gelding.
Grade 1 Eventing and show jumping, cart horse and all-round super star.

ROSIE “Riverview Rosie” aka Rosasaurus Rex

12 year old, 15.2h, paint mare, homebred by my grandma.
Grade 3 Eventing and show jumping, stockman’s challenge, camp drafting and tetrathlon.

EVE “Rouge Vixen”

9 Year old, 16.1h, Warmblood x TB mare.
Owned by Ranvet Vic rep Michael Goddard.
Grade 2 Eventing and show jumping.

HUGO “Globe Trotter”

7 year old 16.1h Heritage Stockhorse x TB gelding. Young horse starting out this year with some low level comps.

Your most memorable career highlight to date 

I represented Victoria in Sydney at the 2019 Pony Club Australian Nationals in the sub-junior show jumping team along with fellow Ranvet ambassador Holi Campbell – The overall winning team!
I am campaigning for another Nationals selection again this year for the Junior Show Jumping and Tetrathlon teams.
I just recently won the HRCAV TTT Grade 2 Horse Trials on Ace and was part of the overall winning team.
I did my first EA 1* earlier this year on Ace at Wandin Park and have ambitions to ride in the Melbourne 3 Day Event.

BEST PIECE OF ADVICE/ FAVOURITE MOTTO

“Be bold enough to dream and brave enough to follow them”

WHAT ARE YOUR FAVOURITE RANVET PRODUCTS? 

Flexi-Joint Plus – Supporting old man Ace’s joints to keep him comfortable and competitive.
Ration Balancer – Ensures our horses are provided with the vitamins and minerals they need.
Hoof Food – As my dad is a farrier he has noticed a considerable difference in our horses hoof growth and condition since starting them on this supplement a year ago.

NAME: Sienna Zwar

STATE: NSW

WHAT ARE YOUR MAIN DISCIPLINES?

Showjumping and Eventing

TELL US ABOUT YOUR JOURNEY WITH HORSES…

  • When did you start riding/how long have you been riding for?

I have always had a love for horses, on my 7th birthday I got a voucher to a riding school and that’s where it all began! I got my first horse when I was 8 and I have been riding ever since!

  • Are you a member of Pony Club/ riding club?

I am a member of Berry Pony club in NSW, I have been a member here for 8 years.

  • Have you always competed in the discipline you do now?

I used to compete in show riding and dressage, and used to be terrified of showjumping! When I was around 12 I decided to try showjumping again and fell in love! I started eventing nearly 2 years ago when I got one of my horses Apple, who’s main discipline is eventing, I have been eventing ever since!

  • Introduce your team of horses-what are their names, what breed are they?

Aylestone Park Apple Blossom (AKA Apple) is a 14.1hh new forest pony who competes in eventing.
Warrego Tinkerbell (AKA Tinkie) is a 15.3hh warmblood who competes in showjumping and sometimes dressage.

  • Your most memorable career highlight to date

My most memorable moment was representing NSW at Interschool nationals for combined training in 2019, we ended up finishing 4th! Another highlight was winning the junior 1.15m at Waratah showjumping in February 2021. Both events were such memorable experiences, getting to cheer on my friends and teammates.

BEST PIECE OF ADVICE/ FAVOURITE MOTTO

Failure is not the opposite of success, it is apart of success.”

WHAT ARE YOUR FAVOURITE RANVET PRODUCTS?

Ration Balancer, Recovery-Aid Paste, and Grand Prix Oil

NAME: Holi Campbell

STATE: VIC

WHAT ARE YOUR MAIN DISCIPLINES?

Showjumping, Eventing and Dressage.

TELL US ABOUT YOUR JOURNEY WITH HORSES…

  • When did you start riding/how long have you been riding for?

I started riding independently at the age of 2 on a 24yr old Shetland “Vegemite” Vegemite was an awesome little pony that would walk around the farm all day.

  • Are you a member of Pony Club/ riding club?

Yes I’ve been a member of PCV since 2010 and Bendigo pony club since 2011 , Dunolly HRCAV club and EA

  • Have you always competed in the discipline you do now?

Yes I have. I also have gone to state for games (2016)

  • Introduce your team of horses-what are their names, what breed are they?

I have:
Lilly in the meadow a 14.2 hh quarter horse cross riding pony
Quantum light a 16.2 hh OTT
GD Chunky Monkey a 15.3 hh clydie cross thoroughbred
Reap the benefits a 16.1 hh OTT (my latest addition to my team)
Bricabrac Julie a 16.2 hh OTT
Sunofatrump a 16 hh standardbred (who is still racing)

  • Your most memorable career highlight to date

My most memorable career highlight would be our team winning the sub junior 2019 PCA showjumping Nationals as well as 2021 PCAV State showjumping in B grade.

BEST PIECE OF ADVICE/ FAVOURITE MOTTO

There is a few depends on what horse I’m riding but most often  “Ride it like you stole it” always brings a smile to my face.

“I have a soft spot for that horse (Lily) it’s called quicksand”  by the lovely Alan Mitchell & I have to prove him wrong! And  I like “A goal without a time line is just a dream.”

WHAT ARE YOUR FAVOURITE RANVET PRODUCTS?

Ration Balancer, Flexi-Joint Plus & Hoof Food.

NAME: Brodie Nicolson

STATE: TAS

WHAT ARE YOUR MAIN DISCIPLINES?

Eventing and Dressage

TELL US ABOUT YOUR JOURNEY WITH HORSES…

  • When did you start riding/how long have you been riding for?

I started riding when I was about 6 (2010) when my grandma bought me a lesson and have gone weekly almost ever since! My first pony, Fletcher, came along when I was 9.

  • Are you a member of Pony Club/ riding club?

I’ve been a member of Huntingfield Pony Club since 2014

  • Have you always competed in the discipline you do now?

Pony Club fed me into eventing and my third pony Oliver got me my passion for straight dressage

  • Introduce your team of horses-what are their names, what breed are they?

Currently I own 3 horses. Oliver, who is a 13.3 arab chestnut pony who I broke and trained myself up to grade 2 eventing and he is now being leased to a lovely young boy. Romeo, who I’ve owned for just over a year now, he is a 15.3 chestnut (I’ve owned a lot of chestnuts) OTTB. He’s the best and we plan to event grade 1 and do some elementary next season. We’ve recently also picked up a 3yo OTTB (still deciding on his name) who is so loving and we will just take it easy with him!

  • Your most memorable career highlight to date

Just over 2 months ago Romeo and I placed second overall and top junior at our first state trials together. After a very up and down season from injuries it was a major high to have completed that weekend and come out with some amazing results!

BEST PIECE OF ADVICE/ FAVOURITE MOTTO

‘Failure to prepare is to prepare to fail.’ This was from a clinic I did with Blythe Tait back in 2018, loved his way of teaching and it applies to so much more than just riding!

Also ‘if in doubt, put your leg on’ – from pony club coach Andrew “Gibbo” Gibson and ‘don’t forget your horse has the brain of a goldfish, so don’t get angry’ – my legend of a coach Fiona Fehlberg

WHAT ARE YOUR FAVOURITE RANVET PRODUCTS?

I haven’t had my Ranvet products for very long but I’ve loved feeding the Salkavite after a day out eventing, the Ration Balancer for how easy it is to feed in pellet form! Also looking forward to seeing the benefits of the Topline supplement!

NAME: Rhiannon Goss

STATE: Tasmania

WHAT ARE YOUR MAIN DISCIPLINES?

Dressage, show jumping, eventing

TELL US ABOUT YOUR JOURNEY WITH HORSES…

  • When did you start riding/how long have you been riding for?

I started riding when I was 5, and have been riding for 9 years

  • Are you a member of Pony Club/ riding club?

Yes I am a member of Mersey Valley Pony Club which is located in spreyton 5 minutes from devonport, Tasmania

  • Have you always competed in the discipline you do now?

Yes I started out eventing through pony club and love it

  • Introduce your team of horses-what are their names, what breed are they?

I only have 1 horse in my team at the moment his name is Some Quest (aka bob).  He is a brown Tb approx 16.1hh

  • Your most memorable career highlight to date

Getting my previous horse to grade 2 eventing and competing in my first grade 2 state pony club trials

BEST PIECE OF ADVICE/ FAVOURITE MOTTO

When your out competing go out to enjoy spending time with your horse and ultimately have FUN!!!!!!!

WHAT ARE YOUR FAVOURITE RANVET PRODUCTS?

Topline FX, Flexi-Joint Plus & Grand Prix Oil

NAME: Sharna Dolbey

 STATE: Tasmania

WHAT ARE YOUR MAIN DISCIPLINES?

Eventing, Dressage, Showjumping 

TELL US ABOUT YOUR JOURNEY WITH HORSES…

  • When did you start riding/how long have you been riding for?
    My first pony arrived when I was 18 months old. I started Pony Club and lessons at 3.
  • Are you a member of Pony Club/ riding club?
    I am a member of Mersey Valley Pony Club
  • Have you always competed in the discipline you do now?
    Yes
  • Introduce your team of horses-what are their names, what breed are they?
    Hillwood Park Dallas is a warmblood x thoroughbred.
  • Your most memorable career highlight to date
    Winning the Bon View Roger Trophy (highest placed combination over 3 State events, Trials, Showjumping and Dressage) on my Pony Everybody Tango.
    Winning State Trials and State Novice Dressage 2021 on Dallas as a new combination.

BEST PIECE OF ADVICE/ FAVOURITE MOTTO

Success is a journey not a destination.

WHAT ARE YOUR FAVOURITE RANVET PRODUCTS?

Topline FX, Grand Prix oil & Muscle E.

NAME: Jessica Black

STATE: Queensland

WHAT ARE YOUR MAIN DISCIPLINES?

Eventing

TELL US ABOUT YOUR JOURNEY WITH HORSES…

  • When did you start riding/how long have you been riding for?

My family background with horses stems from camp drafting, and I began riding my first pony at the young age of four. I grew up doing stock work on horseback and by the age of eight I was taking my ponies to pony club and competing in local shows.

  • Are you a member of Pony Club/ riding club?

Although growing up riding at Pony Club I am not involved currently, however I am a member of Toowoomba Jump Club which is my home ground for events!

  • Have you always competed in the discipline you do now?

I began eventing when I started competing in Interschool events while I was in high school, however I also competed in a variety of other disciplines including dressage, showjumping, combined training and showman. I thoroughly enjoyed competing in a diversity of disciplines, though my passion lay within eventing!

  • Introduce your team of horses-what are their names, what breed are they?

Dream Recurring, aka Dream, who is a thoroughbred.
Dash of Sass, aka Annie, who is also a thoroughbred.

  • Your most memorable career highlight to date

Equestriad 2020 Annie finished on her dressage score to come 3rd in the Jnr EvA95 this being one of my last events as a junior rider and at SIEC in February 2021 Dream came 6th in the Ev95 which was a massive personal success as exactly two years prior he had injured himself and the likelihood of him ever jumping again was slim. So, to have him back eventing again is so special! I find every day riding these two such great experiences to learn and grow as a rider and love the mini wins and achievements from day to day riding too.

BEST PIECE OF ADVICE/ FAVOURITE MOTTO

My biggest piece of advice is to ride the highs and lows. So often you can be caught feeling that things just are not going your way but with hard work, your effort will eventually pay off – so keep pushing!

WHAT ARE YOUR FAVOURITE RANVET PRODUCTS?

Power Formula, Salkavite and Recovery-Aid Paste

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