Enviro Equine & PET is excited to announce a new partnership with Bits N’ Such, which offers informational bit and bridle fitting clinics led by international Grand Prix dressage rider and well-known equestrian, Kim Gentry. Much like Enviro Equine & PET, Bits N’ Such is founded on the principles that health and comfort will improve the overall performance of the horse. Also a reputable source of products for horse and rider, Bits N’ Such is the newest online distributor of Enviro Equine & PET’s grooming and nutrition lines, making it even easier for loyal users to access all of their favorites.

“We are thrilled to be partnering our products with Bits N’ Such’s online store, making it even easier for Enviro Equine & PET customers to obtain their favorite products,” commented Angela Brackett, Sales and Marketing Director at Enviro Equine & PET. “Kim takes special care to ensure horses and riders are using the best equipment possible, and now the best supplements possible, as well. I think this partnership is going to be fruitful for all of her supporters and followers, and I look forward to working together for years to come.”

“I’m very excited about the new partnership with Enviro Equine & PET. Our relationship started as a sponsorship, and I was so impressed with how my horses were doing on the supplements and feeding system that we expanded our relationship into a business partnership. Their products are a perfect fit with our consultative-based business model which focuses on improving horses’ performance by finding the equipment which they are most comfortable in,” commented Gentry. “”We have a nutritional consultant on staff to do one-on-one farm consults just like I do with tack. Of course, the products are also available through the webstore. The EnviroEquine team is fantastic to work with and we are looking forward to growing our business together.”

Outside of Bits N’ Such, Gentry is an esteemed competitor, having competed successfully at CDI’s, CDIO Nations Cups, USEF/Markel Young Horse Championships, USDF Regional Championships, and USDF Finals from Training Level up to Grand Prix. Gentry’s diverse riding background includes eventing, show jumping, amateur flat and steeplechase racing, and even training polo ponies for the King of Malaysia. Classically trained in the German system of training and education, her goal is to develop correctly trained horses regardless of their breed and develop their full potential given the horse’s physical and mental capabilities. As an instructor, she strives to create independent and successful students in and out of the show ring.