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EHS CHAMPIONS
 All the horses, riders and trainers featured on this page have all been long
term users of SHARK NET, HUSH and HOOF FIX. Read about their success
and consider what EHS products can do for your horse!
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 EHS CHAMPIONS TAKE OUT MORE BIG EVENTS
Dominating Eventing, Dressage and Showjumping in Australia
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EVENTING
2008 Olympic silver medalist Shane Rose completes a perfect
campaign for London Olympic selection on his number 1 horse Taurus Winning
the major selection event at 2012 Sydney International Three Day Event. On top
of wins at the Trans Tasman at Kihikihi, New Zealand, Scone Horse Trials & SIEC
Horse Trials with Taurus, Shane also won Albury CIC3* on Moritz, the Australian
International CCI2*, Sydney Royal Exhibition Eventing & Scone CIC2* on Virgil
and completed the hat trick at Scone with a win in the CIC1* on Shanghai Joe.
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Shane Rose & Taurus Sydney International 2012 photo Carolyn Yenken
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SHOWJUMPING 
Jamie Kermond riding Colthaga and Valhalla Australian League World Cup Champions with 2011 World Cup wins at Brisbane and Melbourne Royals and Toowomba 
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Jamie Kermond & Colthaga image Franz Venhaus
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 DRESSAGE
Rachael Sanna and Jaybee Alabaster Crowned
Asia Pacific League FEI World Cup Champions
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Rachael Sanna & Jaybee Alabaster (photo Julie Wilson)
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Scroll down for unique "Horse Cam" view of Sydney & Melbourne International 3* Three Day Events Australian Eventing Championships 2 & 3 Star Cross Country and other performances by EHS Champions. 
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Note all EHS Champions are paying customers.  They have not received sponsorship or product in return for favourable endorsement.  These riders and trainers include Olympic gold medal coach Wayne Roycroft, Olympic silver medalist Shane Rose, Olympic team members  Laurie Lever, Matt Williams, Rachael Sanna, Scott Keach & George Sanna, Australian team eventers Emily Anker, Will Enzinger, Edith Kane, Katia Weimann, Nat Blundell, Tim Boland & Crystal Conning, Ausralian team showjumpers Jamie Kermond, Beccy Allen & Jamie Winning and leading racehorse trainers such as Freedman Brothers and Arrowfield Stud.
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Equine Health Science's own Seumas Marwood & Wild Oats, winners of the inaugrual Royal Melbourne Show Exhibition Eventing take you around the 2012 Sydney International 3* CCI with rider cam 
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Wild Oats & Seumas Marwood with rider cam at 2011 Melbourne International 3* CCI
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Rachael Sanna steals the show at DJWTS while Emily Anker wins
the National One Day Event Championships at Wandin &
Phil Lever rounds off the month with a stunning win in the 1.50
CSI3* International Grand Prix showjumping at Arezo in Italy
on Ashleigh Drossel Dan.
Even while competing in Europe Drossel Dan stays sound with the help of SHARK NET!
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Sample ImageEmily Anker riding the grey gelding Keniski won the CIC3* from another regular SHARK NET user Edith Kane on ESB Irish Justice while yet another long term SHARK NET user Katia Weimman took out both 1st and 2nd place in the 2*CIC class and 5th in the 3*CIC.  As all the major classes were also sponsored by SHARK NET the winners were happy to receive even more of their favourite joint care product amoungst their prize booty. "I know through experience how hard it is to get a horse to the top in this game.  It's even harder to keep them there and I now understand the importance of proper joint care.  At least with SHARK NET I can be assured that my horses joints are getting the best possible protection at the best price and that lets me get on with the training and helps me get the best results" Emily Anker, 2010 Australian National Eventing Champion
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Scroll down for "Horse Cam" footage of both Cross Country and Showjumping following this editorial.
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Making the most of her opportunity to impress the selectors ahead of this year’s World Equestrian Games, Rachael Sanna of Glossodia, NSW, won the CDI-W Grand Prix and the Grand Prix Freestyle on Jaybee Alabaster at the PSI Dressage and Jumping with the Stars event at Werribee (Vic) last weekend.
With a score of 68.255% Sanna and Jaybee Alabaster were ranked first by all 5 judges in the Grand Prix and again in the Grand Prix Freestyle where they scored an impressive 73.000%. 
"I was so happy with Alabaster tonight, he settled into the test very well and I couldn't expect more from him." commented Sanna after the Freestyle. "The requirements of competing successfully at a high level in all the equestrian disciplines demand an increasingly sophisticated approach to both training techniques and horse management. The horses being produced nowadays are more athletic, move better, jump higher and run faster, but they are not tougher. That's where Shark Net comes in. It provides state of the art and cost effective joint protection and gives us the confidence that we are doing our best to extend our horses working careers" 
Delighted owner Beverley Edwards, who bred Alabaster, said after the test "They nailed it! This is his second freestyle since becoming a gelding and the few mistakes he made at the Dressage Festival weren't there tonight. I am thrilled!"   Following the Freestyle visiting FEI 5-star judge Dr. Dieter Schüle from Germany, commented that he “was impressed with the quality” and that in particular Alabaster and Jive Magic “showed a lot of highlights and some high degrees of difficulty."
Australia’s elite Dressage competitors have just one opportunity remaining in Australia to qualify for the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games, to be held in Kentucky 25 September to 05 October.  The final domestic qualifying event will be the Sydney CDI 29 April-1 May. Rachael & JB Alabaster Image Julie Wilson
For full results please see DJWTS website: www.equestrianvictoriaevents.com.au/DJWTS 
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 Ride along with "Horse Cam" and some of the Shark Net team
at the National Championships
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Rising Star winner Katia Weimann rides Pluto Mio in his first 3* at the Nationals
finishing 5th overall after leading the dressage. 
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Tim Boland and the talented Billy Elliot on the combinations first 2* CIC 
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Wild Oats completing her first CIC2* with Seumas Marwood
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Wild Oats, one of the few clear rounds in the 2* showjumping at Wandin
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CONGRATULATIONS Phil Lever and Ashliegh Drossel Dan finishing 8th with a dazzling double clear in their first CSI5* 160cm World Cup Qualifier at Leipzig in Germany! Even while in Europe, Drossel Dan stays sound with Shark Net.
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Shane Rose rides the only double clear at L&C CCI***
2008 Aussie Olympic silver medallist Shane Rose rides 6 year old Taurus around the 2009 3 Star CCI at Lakes & Craters in Victoria. Ride with Shane as he goes clear & 1 second under time to finish 2nd behind 1996 Atlanta gold medalist Wendy Schaeffer. "I've got a fantastic team of young horses coming up and I really want to do the right thing with them.  My vet told me to put them on Shark Net to look after their joints and I've been very happy with the results, without blowing the budget!  I'm happy to recommend Shark Net to anyone who cares for their horse" Shane Rose
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Katja Weimann takes out the "Star of the Future" CCI** at Lakes & Craters
 Katja Weimann riding Pluto Mio led from the dressage and rode the perfect cross country finishing right on the time to win the final 3 Day Event for 2009 from a strong field of riders from all States of Australia and NZ. 
This win followed her amazing run in November at the Australian International 3 Day Event where Pluto just tipped the last fence in the showjumping to drop to 2nd.  Ride along with Katja on Pluto Mio as they conquer the difficult twisting cross country around the Adelaide paklands in South Australia.
"Eventing is a tough sport which requires horses to be fit and sound.  The workload and stress placed on horses during training and competition is immense, and it can take years to get a horse competitng at the top level so it makes sense that when they get there you want them   performing at their best.  Using Shark Net for my young horses as well as the older horses gives me the confidence that I am looking after my horses joints, and the results are fantastic!! For joint health and managing existing problems you can't beat Shark Net."
Katja Weimann
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Eventing is a tough sport!
and things don't allways go right.  The following rider cam video shows what happens when you don't carry enough impulsion in to step jumps.  Horse and rider were both uninjured and are looking forward to the 2010 season.
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"Wild Oats" at Tooradin 2*
Wild Oats was feeling a bit too well in the dressage at the Oct Tooradin Horse Trials but bounced back with a great cross country and show jumping to qualify for the upcoming Lakes & Craters CCI** in December. 
View the entire cross country round above & show jumping below in HD HorseCam! 
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Shark Net steps in to help out an old favourite
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Subzero, Australia's most loved race horse was facing a death sentence after being caught in bureaucratic red tape.  He was diagnosed with Degenerative Joint Disease or Osteo-Arthritis about 4 years ago and has since been treated by Dr Tammy Howard at Seymour Equine Clinic. Graham Salisbury, his owner and rider at Racing Victoria Clerk of the Course duties for the last 16 years had been importing a joint powder from overseas until it was recently stopped by Australian Customs.  The horse had shown significant improvement since receiving the supplement with a main active ingredient of Glucosamine and Graham reported he was like a 2 year old again. Without an equivalent quality substitute the future looked bleak for Subby as a return of his symptoms would certainly spell the end for him. Active Image
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    Equine Health Science contacted Graham and Dr Howard and after researching the individual case it was found that in fact Shark Net delivered more than 8 times the level of active ingredient (Glycosaminoglycans) than the imported product.   Equine Health Science offered to look after Subby for life with Shark Net and even agreed to make a special mix with stabelized rice bran.  Because it was important that the level of GAG in Subzero's system not be allowed to deplete Shark Net was express posted to Graham immediately with the promise of lots more to follow.  The ongoing treatment with Shark Net would ensure Subzero's well deserved retirement continued in comfort. Interestingly while Subby was very happy with the original Shark Net formula, he showed a dislike for the added Yukka & stabelized rice bran in his special mix so we wont be marketing that one any time soon.  Then, after all this was organised the red tape finally snapped and with interest from very high level politicians at both State and Federal level Graham's import approval was given for the product held bt customs. While Graham will now understadably continue to use the old product he is comforted to know that Shark Net is here for him if he needs it.  This late development occurred after the Nov Horse Deals went to press. 
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    Subzero began racing as a three year old and throughout his racing career he built up some very impressive race results. Besides winning the most famous horse race in Australia - The Melbourne Cup in 1992, Subzero also won the Adelaide Cup and South Australian Derby in the same year. Subzero won nearly two million dollars in prize money-nearly 11 million dollars by todays standards. Career wise, he had 42 starts for 4 wins, 5 seconds and 5 thirds. His last start was the Brisbane Cup on the 13th June 1994. 'Subby' (as he is affectionately known) then became a Clerk of the Course horse for 15 years and only recently retired from that role in June, 2008. He now continues his role as an Ambassador for Racing Victoria, visiting many schools each year.   Photos courtesy Salisbury family
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After a stella season that finished with winning the Melbourne International Three Day Event on Pluto Mio Katja dominated the awards winning Event Rider of the Year by a record margin from Emily Anker and Olympians Olivia Bunn and Amanda Howell.   Katja's horses BP Gallantry, Pluto Mio and Tomahawk Tom also placed 1st, 2nd and 3rd in the Event Horse of the year. 
Katja has started the 09-10 season with a bang with a great win in the hotly contested Canberra CIC* on BP Flamboyant.  Katja has used SHARK NET to protect her team's joints since 2005
"Eventing is a tough sport which requires horses to be fit and sound.  The workload and stress placed on horses during training and competition is immense, and it can take years to get a horse competitng at the top level so it makes sense that when they get there you want them   performing at their best.  Using Shark Net for my young horses as well as the older horses gives me the confidence that I am looking after my horses joints, and the results are fantastic!! For joint health and managing existing problems you can't beat Shark Net."
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"WILD OATS" wins first 2* start
Watch entire cross country round via headcam 
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    Seumas Marwood, the founder of Equine Health Science & SHARK NET showed he's still got what it takes, winning the CNC** class at Mt Gambier Horse Trials in South Australia on Wild Oats. This was Wild Oats first run at 2* level after a consistent 08-09 season that saw wins at Camperdown, Heytsbury, Wandin & Avenel and top 3 placings at Werribee, Tonimbuk, Tooradin & Candlebark Horse Trials.   Active Image  .
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"Wild Oats is by far the best horse I have ever ridden.  We bought her as a yearling and being a Warmblood, I recognised that her joints were going to need looking after to allow her a long career in eventing so we put her on SHARK NET straight away.  It is the single most important supplement we feed as it is the only one the horse can't get itself from good quality feed and pasture.  For me it is an investment in the future!"  Seumas Marwood  pics by In Motion Photography
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AUSTRALIAN CHAMPION RACEHORSE OF THE YEAR    
2007 Australian Champion Racehorse of the Year Miss Andretti smashes the track record winning the King’s Stand Stakes at Royal Ascot. SHARK NET Joint Powder Concentrate was the joint care of choice for Miss Andretti and all Lee Freedman’s champions since 2006. During this time Miss Andretti won more than $2.800,000 with 18 wins including 5 Group 1 and 4 Group 2 wins.  .
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"With Shark Net, I believe I am getting high quality long term joint protection that is value for money.  I can justify feeding it to untried 2 year olds, up & coming stars and proven champions like Miss Andretti."
Lee Freedman, Freedman Brothers Racing.   Picture: PA Photos  
 
AUSTRALAIN CHAMPION 2 & 3YO
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Miss Finland, Australian Champion 2 & 3YO winning the Golden Slipper.  Miss Finland won more than $4,600,000 with 11 wins including 5 Group 1 & 2 Group 2 wins. (Photo Mark Gatt)
"At Arrowfield we insist on providing the very highest level of care and nutrition to ensure our equine investments reach their full potential.  We started using Shark Net in 2005 and have been impressed with the results. With Shark Net I know our horses joints are protected with an effective dose of GAG's and the 5Kg stud buckets make it very economical.”  Sam Fairgray, Operations Manager, Arrowfield (Photo Mark Gatt)
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Katja Weimann wins the Shark Net sponsored
Melbourne International 3 Day Event
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Katja & Pluto Mio jumping the Shark Net Splash (above)
& having a "moment" at the apex (below)
Photo's Clare Nankivell
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 Katja Weimann riding John Pittards's Daley K gelding Pluto Mio led from start to finish to win the hotly contested 2009 Melbourne International 1* class. 

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  Also competing were Equine Health Science founders Seumas & Dani Marwood

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 Dani Marwood on Bumble Bee go double clear on cross country 

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Seumas Marwood on Wild Oats moves up into the top 10 with a clear showjumping round.   (photo's Clare Nankivell)
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In another step up the steep ladder to her second World Equestrian Games Rachael Sanna won the Intermediare II and placed second in both the Grand Prix & the Grand Prix Special at the 2009 Sydney CDI in May.

"The requirements of competing successfully at a high level in all the equestrian disciplines demand an increasingly sophisticated approach to both training techniques and horse management.  The horses being produced nowadays are more athletic, move better, jump higher and run faster, but they are not tougher.  That’s where Shark Net comes in. It provides state of the art and cost effective joint protection and gives us the confidence that we are doing our best to extend our horses working careers."

Olympic Showjumper George Sanna and Olympic & World Championship Dressage rider Rachael Sanna   (Photo Julie Wilson)

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Young Rider Grand Prix
Riding Scott Keach's Just Lately, Hayley Coman stamped herself as one of Australia's leading young riders with an impressive win in the National Showjumping Championships Young Rider Grand Prix.
"My horse 'Just Lately' was already on Shark Net when I got him in 2006 and for an older horse his joints were in great shape.  I did my research on joint care and value for money Shark Net came out way on top so it just made sense for me to stick with it.  I now use it on all my horses."  Hayley Coman
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Jamie Winning wins National Reserve Champion Senior Showjumper

After finishing a close second to Chris Chugg in the Australian Showjumping Championships Jamie Winning has gone on to win rounds of the World Cup Qualifier and has now taken her impressive string of horses to Europe to compete against the World's best.
"I started using Shark Net on my horses when they were based at George Sanna's training centre in 2006 and I've kept them on it ever since.  My horses mean everything to me and I really want to look after them.  In a way, Shark Net is a long term investment my horse's future soundness and ability to perform."  Jamie Winning
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Laurie Lever wins a place in history
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After 3 wins and 2 second placings in World Cup Qualifiers in 2006-7 Laurie took a huge gamble and flew Ashleigh D
rossel Dan to Europe to avoid the EI outbreak and force his way into the 2008 Olympic Tea
m.  A win in the Puissance at Wisbec and individual 9th place in the CSI5* at Hagen followed by a 6th at Arezzo saw Laurie become the oldest Olympian in the Australian team.  Shark Net was with him all the way. 
"I've been around long enough to know a good product when I see it and  Shark Net ticks all the boxes, high quality, effective, palatable and economical.    I can feel it helping the older stiff horses and its preventative joint care action must be good for the young ones.   We use it on all our horses, it just makes sense."    
2008 Olympic Showjumper Laurie Lever  & Ashleigh Drossel Dan
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SUGOI selected for NZ Olympic Team! Congratulations to Heelan Tompkins & Sugoi, another long term Shark Net user to reach the top in their sport.  They have just been selected for the New Zealand eventing team along side Mark Todd, Andrew Nicholson, Joe Meyer and Caroline Powell.Heelan bought the 11 YO TB gelding with one thing in mind, making the 2008 Beijing Games and she is now on her way. 

"Many top event horses like Sugoi have signs of wear on their joints and Having Shark Net to take care of Sugoi's joints has given me complete peace of mind. The improvement has been fantastic, he's feeling, moving and jumping better than ever and best of all, we're now on our way to Hong Kong!"  Heelan Tompkins 23/6/8   Heelan & Sugoi successfully went on to compete with the NZ team at Hong Kong