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Draper Equine Therapy™ – From Beijing to Equine Affaire®

Therapeutic Product Line for Horse and Rider Returns to the Nation’s Premier Equestrian Event

09/25/08: W.Springfield, MA — Draper Equine Therapy returns to the nation’s premier equestrian event, Equine Affaire, with an Olympic-caliber Saddle Pad used this August in Beijing. As one of the world’s premier equestrian supplier, Draper will showcase their complete line of performance wear for horse and rider in the Better Living Center (Booth 522 & 523) located on the grounds of the Eastern States Exposition (the Big “E”) from November 13-16, 2008. Draper Equine Therapy has a growing number of equestrian followers worldwide and the accolades of elite riders including Canadian Eventer Selena O’Hanlon who competed in the Olympics this August in Beijing with her horse Colombo, a 1994 bay Swedish Warmblood.

Draper Equine Therapy officially debuted their new anti-sweat sheet at last year's Equine Affaire in response to customer requests. This year, Draper returns with O’Hanlon’s preferred Saddle Pad as a complement to the full line of therapeutic performance wear for horse and rider including the anti-sweat sheet, blankets, quarter sheets, coolers, saddle pads, leg wraps, fitted t-shirts and socks. As one of the world’s premier equestrian suppliers, Draper Equine Therapy works with horse owners and trainers to understand what riders and their prized horses need to reach their goals.

Kristin Draper says, “We are so proud to have accompanied Selena and Colombo to the Olympic Games, and get the opportunity to show our Saddle Pad to the world. We are committed to helping riders worldwide discover the therapeutic benefits of our products”.

The therapeutic benefits of Draper Equine Therapy make it unique in the marketplace. Revolutionary “smart” fiber in the Olympic caliber line relaxes capillary beds by converting infrared and external ambient light into energy to produce dramatic bodily results. Draper Equine Therapy is clinically proven to increase levels of oxygen in the blood and improve circulation in the body by up to 29% (2003, Dr. Lawrence A. Lavery, DPM, MPH, Loyola University, Chicago). The therapeutic benefits of Draper Equine Therapy include decreased pain, soreness, stiffness and swelling; increased energy; and accelerated muscle recovery after exertion or injury.

“Equine Affaire is a unique event in the equestrian world that brings together so many different individuals who have the common goal of celebrating the horse. That is important to us.” says Kristin Draper, President of Draper Equine Therapy.

Be sure to visit the Draper Equine Therapy at Equine Affaire (Booths 522 & 523 in the Better Living Center building, Big “E” fairgrounds) to see the equestrian performance wear and find out more about the therapeutic benefits of Draper Equine Therapy: increased circulation and oxygenation; increased recovery time after muscle exertion or injury; and decreased pain, soreness, stiffness, and swelling.

Find Draper Equine Therapy on the web at draperequinetherapy.com.


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