Equestrian Queensland

MITAVITE - EQ Premium Partner


Equestrian Queensland is pleased to announce MITAVITE as a  Premium Partner for 2011-2012.
As part of our partnership, MITAVITE offers an EXCLUSIVE opportunity for Equestrian Queensland Members to enter a monthly FREE to ENTER competition by correctly answering the monthly MITAVITE question.   (Hint – You will find the answers by visiting the MITAVITE website www.mitavite.com.au).
Each Monthly Winner will receive a Huge MITAVITE Prize Pack full of MITAVITE Products and Feeds (scroll down below).
To Be Drawn and Announced on Thursday 31 May 2012 
Mitavite have the following categories for their range of feeds:
Breeding, Racing, Sports & Leisure & Rice Based.
Which category does Stud Gro belong to?


Visit www.mitavite.com.au to find the Answer.

NOTE: No personal Details will be shared or used for any purpose other than contacting Prize Winners.


How to Submit Your Answer

When you have found the answer, send an Email to Equestrian Queensland efaq@efaq.com.au with the following:

  1. Type 'Mitavite Prize' in the Email Subject Line.
  2. Type your Answer in the Body of the Email
  3. Type your full name, address and daytime telephone contact number
  4. Type your Equestrian Queensland Membership Number. Proof will be required to ensure this competition is exclusive to our Equestrian Queensland members.
  5. Please advise if you feed Mitavite feeds. If so, what feed do you use?
  6. SEND your email and GOOD LUCK!

NOTE: No personal Details will be shared or used for any purpose other than contacting Prize Winners.

Each monthly winner will WIN one of these amazing MITAVITE Prize Packs!


The MITAVITE prize pack consists of : 

  • A Mitavite rug,
  • A Mitavite  Saddlecloth,
  • A Mitavite Hay Bag,
  • A Mitavite cap,
  • A Mitavite feed scoop,
  • A Mitavite handbook,
  • 5 vouchers for a 20kg bag of Mitavite feed (choice of Xtra Cool, Gumnuts, Economix, Stud Gro, Pro Sport or Breeda)
  • A voucher for a Mitavite 5Litre Performa 3 Oil.





Supporters & Sponsors

The Queensland Government provided $216,000 to
Equestrian Queensland under the
Industry Development Program
to get more Queenslanders
active through sport and recreation.