Nominations are open for the Virbac 3D Worming Equine SQP of the Year 2017 competition.

Designed to highlight the hard work and dedication of equine SQPs, the award supports those professionals who go the extra mile to help and advise customers on all aspects of the correct worming approach.

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Virbac said: “As well as enjoying the publicity and the benefits winning the Virbac 3D Worming SQP of the Year brings – both for the successful finalist and the business they are associated with – the winner also enjoys a fantastic Horse of the Year Show experience that includes overnight accommodation, evening hospitality and a special winner’s presentation champagne reception.”

From the initial nominations, six finalists will go forward to the judging stage, which will include a telephone interview undertaken by an industry expert.


All finalists receive a certificate and finalist logo to use on their own and their company’s website and social media.

Along with their Horse of the Year Show experience, the winner also receives a certificate and trophy and bespoke press releases issued through the equine media, both trade, consumer and online.

For your business and resident SQP to have a chance of being represented make a nomination for the 2017 Virbac 3D Worming SQP of the Year at

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