Pennfield Feed Now Available in Southern California

October 30, 2009 -- Pennfield Feed forms partnership with Mary's Tack & Feed and signs Southern California Olympic riders.

October 30, 2009 — Pennfield Feeds will be available to every rider in the Southern California area. The family-owned feed company, headquartered in Lancaster, Pa., has formalized its first official partnership with a Del Mar feed dealer who stands up to both their stringent “Safe Feed/Safe Food” and customer service standards, and has meet the criteria for becoming a Premier Pennfield Feed Dealer. As of November, for the first time in California history Pennfield Feed will be available for purchase through Mary’s Tack & Feed in Del Mar, Calif.

Pennfield has already started feeding some of Southern California’s own Olympic champions. Three-time bronze Olympic medalist Guenter Seidel and 2000 bronze Olympic medalist Christine Traurig officially came on board as Pennfield Promise Partners in late October. They join the ranks of other Olympic and international Promise Partners such as Michael Barisone, Georgina Bloomberg, Jon and Christine McCrea, Phillip Dutton, Karen and David O’Connor, Buck and Bruce Davidson, Bonnie Mosser, Kim Severson, John Williams and Chester Weber. More California champions in several different disciplines are slated to come on board as Promise Partners in the coming months.

Pennfield was the official feed of choice for the U.S. equestrian teams in the last four Olympic Games, and is the official feed of the U.S. Equestrian Federation.

For more information on Pennfield Feed, go to Mary’s Tack & Feed website at, or visit their Del Mar or San Juan Capistrano stores. Or visit Pennfield Equine Feed Technologies at, or call 717-295-8735.




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