Posted: 15th May 2023 | Back to news feed

Equine Health Centre is thrilled to announce the sponsorship of international and leading GB event rider, Piggy March.

Established in 2004, Equine Health Centre was established to deliver ground-breaking horse training innovation by launching their flagship, Seawalker, a chilled saltwater horse-walker. Additionally, they are the sole UK distributor of Vitafloor® equine vibration therapy system, Horse Gym 2000® with a comprehensive range of horse treadmills, aqua treadmills and equine spas and proud manufacturers of Equivia® all-weather surfaces.

Piggy March has represented Team GB at multiple World and European Championships as well as winning two of the most prestigious events in our sport: Badminton 2019 and more recently Burghley 2022, and now has her sights set firmly on Paris 2024.

Equine Health Centre has provided Piggy with Vitafloor® equine vibrating floor system; the only whole-body vibration (WBV) therapy solution designed exclusively for horses to stimulate tendons and ligaments to aid recovery and performance and is an excellent addition to any exercise/rehab program.

Piggy says, “From the very first day the Vitafloor vibration therapy system arrived it’s been in constant use on the yard! It’s fast become invaluable, pre-exercise and post-exercise, in the daily preparation of my horses for competition. The older horses benefit from two sessions a day to stimulate blood circulation through the whole body, help prevent injury and recover quickly after exercise. We would highly recommend it to any yard."

Justin Chittenden, managing director, Equine Health Centre says, “We are delighted to welcome Piggy to Equine Health Centre and support her and her team of horses by giving them access to some of the best equine equipment available for rehabilitation, injury prevention and general training with muscle building, and maintenance benefits. We look forward to working closely with Piggy and her team for the season ahead.”

Find out more about Vitafloor® and the full range of equine therapy systems at Equine Health Centre at

Visit Piggy’s website

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