Hayley Hall

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Hayley Hall, Boddington, WA

Discipline: Barrel Racing (with the odd breed/hack show)

Career Highlight: I like training young horses and seeing them learn and becoming winners.

Best Horse: My now retired, Lazy H Twist won the 2014 WA Barrel Racing Champion and the Barrel Race Horse of the Year, 2016 WA AQHA Performance Horse if the year. Along with many other “big event” Barrel Racing wins. I currently compete on two Novice level horses.My mare Lazy H Dark Diamond is, as fellow competitors say “one to look out for”, she’s coming along nicely and howing consistency in her runs and is starting to have regular placings so she will be starting her Open year in 2021. And my young horse Lazy H Rich N Famous will be starting his first Novice year in 2021. I’m excited to get him out as he’s working well at home.

Why do you choose Farmalogic products?

By using Farmalogic products I can rest assured that my horses are getting the necessary supplements to keep them in tip top condition. Their coats are stand-out amazing all year round, their hoof condition is great and I can rest assured that they are receiving all the necessary vitamins and minerals they require for training and competition.

How did you first get started on Farmalogic products?

It was quite a while ago now! I was looking for a suitable vitamin and mineral product, tried and loved the Farmalogic products and then applied for a sponsorship. I was lucky to be selected to become a Farmalogic Equine Ambassador and haven’t looked back since!

Which products do you use?

Equine Vit&Min Premium Blend is included in the daily diet of all my horses. I also love to use B-Good Paste prior to traveling/competition for those horses that get anxious and Rejuvenate is great to use during the first green growth period of spring. I have had a lot of success with Farmalogic Equine products and can’t recommend them enough. I plan on doing northern rodeos this year and will be trying Replenish Electrolytes for Horses to help the horses cope with the heat, travel and competition whilst away from home.

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