Share the story of how a horse helped you get “back on track” during a rough patch for a chance to win a Back on Track therapeutic sheet for YOUR furry Freud.
Horses are the best therapists. Which is good, because owning one often means you can’t afford the human type. They help us make it through tough times, keep things in perspective, heal a broken heart, recover from loss or just a very bad conference call.
Wouldn’t it be great to be able to give something special back, something that makes them feel good all over for hours on end… something like this?
To kick off year two of our weekly “Horse Therapy” series, featuring reader-submitted stories about how horses have made us feel better, Back on Track is giving away something to help your horse feel better: a Back on Track Therapeutic Mesh Sheet.
In a brilliant blend of ancient Chinese medical knowledge and hi tech textiles, Back on Track products use long wave infrared radiation to help increase circulation and help muscles recover, stay looser and resist inflammation. It helps your horse feel and perform better. This best-selling sheet can be used on its own or like a liner under your horse’s regular blanket.
It’s like a hi-tech, full-body hug for your horse.
But don’t take our word for it — read raves reviews from vets and horse pros across the disciplines like Beezie Madden, Anne Kursinski, Steffen Peters, Debbie McDonald, Marilyn Little and Tim McQuay. Eventer Molly Rosin talks about how much it helps her horses in this video:
Share the story of how a special horse has helped you through a tough time. We recommend keeping your essay to 500 words or less, and be sure to include a photo of you and your “equine therapist.” Email your submission to [email protected] with BACK ON TRACK CONTEST in the subject line. The deadline is Tuesday, December 23, 2014. All entries will be entered into a drawing for the sheet with the winner to be announced the following week. Additionally, we will share all of our favorite essay submissions here on Horse Nation.
Need some inspiration? Check out last year’s winning essay here.
Go Back on Track, and Go Riding!