Messenger Hill Farm Believes in Cavalor as the Best Nutrition for all their Horses

  Freddie Vazquez and 2015 Esprit De Vie at the Pan Am Games in Toronto.    Photo by Cealy Tetley.

Freddie Vazquez and 2015 Esprit De Vie at the Pan Am Games in Toronto.
Photo by Cealy Tetley.

Mettawa, Ill. – Sept. 13, 2017 – Freddie and Jodi Vazquez, trainers and owners of Messenger Hill Farm, a top-notch show hunter/jumper operation based near Chicago, announced that they have recently adopted the Cavalor nutrition brand for all the horses in their care. Cavalor is a global company that offers a complete line of horse feed, supplements and care products. Cavalor products are based on years of intense research and development, thorough testing, selection of the highest quality ingredients, and strict manufacturing and quality control processes.

“I have used the Cavalor brand for my FEI horses for some time,” said Freddie Vazquez, who represents Puerto Rico. “What I really like about the brand is that they understand FEI competition. I can count on Cavalor to provide the very best nutrition for my horses while being compliant with FEI standards. We decided to become a completely Cavalor operation because the quality, palatability and results are clear.”

  Jodi Vazquez and Quiloo, owned by Messenger Hill Farm. Photo by EQ Media.

Jodi Vazquez and Quiloo, owned by Messenger Hill Farm. Photo by EQ Media.

The Vazquezes appreciate that Cavalor makes a range of feed products that are appropriate for all the horses in the barn – from the ponies to the hunters to the grand prix jumpers. The Messenger Hill Farm stable management standards are very high. They like that Cavalor products are mostly non-GMO. They are also impressed with their customer service.

  Messenger Hill Farm client Kira Telford and her hunter Calistoga Gold.    Photo by Anne Gittins Photography.

Messenger Hill Farm client Kira Telford and her hunter Calistoga Gold.
Photo by Anne Gittins Photography.

Cavalor counts among its customers, supporters and endorsers an impressive roster of World Champions, Olympic medalists and World Cup winners. The success of these athletes is derived in large part from the continuous health and performance of their equine partners. It is a great testimonial to the Cavalor brand.

  Chloe Watrous and Page 6 . Photo by EQ Media.

Chloe Watrous and Page 6 . Photo by EQ Media.

The condition of the Messenger Hill Farm FEI horses has not gone unnoticed. Over the last two years, they earned the Equis Boutique Best Presented Horse award an unprecedented four times out of the often triple-digit entry numbers at the FEI Horse Inspection during the Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF).

  Arnulfo Novoa, Freddie Vazquez and Zippo Z with Equis Boutique founder Elena Couttenye. Photo by Jump Media.

Arnulfo Novoa, Freddie Vazquez and Zippo Z with Equis Boutique founder Elena Couttenye. Photo by Jump Media.

“My FEI horses are always in beautiful condition,” Freddie Vazquez said. “Though the brand is a bit more expensive than the competition, we believe that, for all our horses, it is the best choice. It all starts with great nutrition. We don’t use or endorse any products that we don’t completely believe in. We believe in the Cavalor brand.”

To learn more about Cavalor go to cavalor.com.

About Messenger Hill Farm

Messenger Hill Farm is a full-service hunter/jumper business owned and led by Freddie and Jodi Vazquez. Located just north of Chicago in Mettawa, Illinois, Messenger Hill Farm offers training, lessons, competition and sales.

Freddie Vazquez represented Puerto Rico at the 2015 Pan Am Games and the 2014 Central American and Caribbean Games and has set his sights on competing at the 2018 World Equestrian Games and the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games. He served as chef d’équipe of the Team Puerto Rico’s young, junior and child Nations Cup teams at the Winter Equestrian Festival. Jodi Vazquez is a top hunter competitor with countless AA championships to her credit. The Vazquezes teach the American style of riding as advocated by George Morris. They are known for their goal-driven approach and attention to detail.

Messenger Hill Farm offers a show schedule at all levels; including local, national and international. The Messenger Hill Farm team competes at the Winter Equestrian Festival, Tryon International Equestrian Center, Kentucky Horse Shows, Lamplight Equestrian Center, Ledges and more. For those new to the sport, Messenger Hill Farm offers a lesson program with quality, well-cared-for horses.

Click here to learn more about Messenger Hill Farm or call 847-573-1100.