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EQUESTRIAN What’s in the shed


John Deere 1850 tractor John Deere 5065 tractor John Deere 310 ride-on mower John Deere 155 ride-on mower John Deere Gator SUX4 Trilo S7


Progressive TDR 12 Major TPL 11


3 tonne trailer x 2 Cambridge roller 5 tonne trailer


John Deere 55 CK walk-behind mower


John Deere 55 JS walk-behind mower


operated through a computer system which is fantastic. We have over one-hundred Toro sprinkler heads around the course. It just makes irrigating the course that much easier, compared with other systems I have used in the past. Last year, in the summer heatwave, we used over eleven million litres of water.”


The general maintenance of the track is carried out between March and October, and Carl has various other events to think


about during and after the season, helping the course to gain additional revenue. “Depending on the weather, we start mowing the track around March with a Progressive TDR 12 rear-pulled high speed tipped rotary mower. The British Horse Racing Authority are quite specific on what machines you can use. Ten to fifteen years ago, they pushed us towards using out-front rotary mowers, and there was an issue with stolonic growth, which causes horses


Vicon spreader 200kg


600 Litre tractor mounted sprayer Flail 6ft topper Stihl chainsaws x 2 Stihl strimmers x 2 Stihl backpack blower Stihl handheld blower Billy Goats x 2


ROLL WITH IT WORLD CLASS AMENITY MOWERS


Spearhead Machinery Ltd. Station Road, Salford Priors, Evesham, Worcestershire, WR11 8SW, England +44 (0)1789 491860


enquiries@spearheadmachinery.com spearheadmachinery.com SpearheadWorld


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