Loraine Homer feeds Aloeride to all her horses because it works. It works for her show horses but also for the horses that she brings on for sale. Why spend a fortune on coat shine this season, when your horse or pony can have radiance that comes from within? Aloeride not only helps promote a shiny coat, it also helps promote healthy skin, assists hoof quality and help maintain a healthy immune and digestive system – all in one easy to feed taste-free daily sachet. Loraine Homer feeds Aloeride to all her horses that she competes with or that she brings on for sale.
Loraine is the winner of The 2011 HOYS Ladies Hunter Championship, show rider, judge and top show horse producer. Loraine was born into a very horsey family, her mother Barbara Ashby-Jones was a top side-saddle rider, while her father David Tatlow is a renowned showman and a former point-to-point champion. As a child Loraine was keen on hunting, and became involved in showing through a working hunter pony called Cuckoo. After leaving school she set up as a show producer, working alongside her father at his yard in Oxfordshire. Loraine specialises in producing top class show hunters, with all of their horses coming over from Ireland as youngsters. She has won titles at all of the major shows, and in 2011 she was hunter champion at the Royal International with Major Moylam. She also won her first HOYS title in the ladies’ hunter class with Jonas O’Shannon.