Equine America UK is a traditional, family run business, founded in 1997 by Phil and Julie Middleton and now run by their son, Lee.
Equine America UK is a traditional, family run business, founded in 1997 by Phil and Julie Middleton and now run by their son, Lee. Wishing to maintain the trusted image of the Equine America brand, whilst moving it into the 21st century, Lee brought on board world-leading equine nutritionist Deborah Lucas MSc.Eq.S., CBiol., R.Nutr. in 2018 and moved all production from the US to the UK. Deborah is now instrumental in the design and formulation of all Equine America products, from the original Cortaflex® to an extensive range of highly effective supplements and external applications for horses, dogs, cats and people.
All our products are manufactured in the UK, in food industry standard factories, using only the freshest, most innovative and effective ingredients available from approved suppliers. We use state of the art, unique, fingerprint laser quality testing on every single ingredient to ensure a uniform strength and quality along with an exclusive mixing process to ensure that each scoop contains equal amounts of active ingredients. Our BETA NOPS and UFAS accreditations reassure customers that our products do not contain prohibited substances. We also comply with the regulations administered by the UK Veterinary Medicines Directorate and the Food Standards Agency.
Our “30-day money back guarantee” serves to reinforce the total confidence that we have in our products.
All our products are manufactured in the UK in food standard factories,
using only the freshest, most innovative and effective ingredients
Deborah Leabeater, MSc, CBiol, MRSB
Deborah was instrumental to the re-formulation of Equine America products following the move to UK manufacturing in 2018. She is now heavily involved in the the design and development of all our product ranges, including EA Nutra.
Respected in her field, Deborah has been nutrition consultant to several of the UK’s leading equine veterinary practices, trainers and studs, in both the Thoroughbred industry, and the competition horse world. She has a Masters’ degree in Equine Science, is a Chartered Biologist and member of the Nutrition Society. Deborah has presented papers at veterinary conferences in many European countries, The USA, The Middle East, and South Africa, as well as at the prestigious British Equine Veterinary Association’s annual Congress.