Last call for essays!
Entries will close at midnight tonight, August 25, 2015! Don’t miss out on the opportunity!
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 after those days, weeks, months, years of working hard to please us…
…something like this?
To kick off round three of our popular 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: Therapeutic Quick Wraps.
The wraps are a cotton/polyester blend material of Back on Track’s state-of-the-art Welltex fabric infused with ceramic powder. The ceramic reflects your horse’s natural body warmth and creates a soothing far infrared thermal warmth. Warmth therapy is a well-recognized method used to relieve and heal injured ligaments, joints and tendons. When you wrap your horse’s legs with these wraps, the fabric creates gentle warmth, which may help decrease swelling and soften or completely reduce wind puffs without the use of liniment or poultice. Leave them on overnight after a strenuous ride, put them on for shipping, or use for injury recovery or prevention.
What Quick Wrap users have to say:
Really works! I have an OTTB and he had some wind puffs. Notice the HAD part. I use them a couple of weeks a month and they haven’t come back.–Kathleen
Never use liniment again! I had an OTTB that always stocked up, no matter what I did. I became a pro at using pillow wraps. I discovered these quick wraps and my life changed. Not only are they so much faster then using pillow wraps, you save money from not using liniment, and they work. My boy had the tightest legs around. They work so great! –Rachael
Wonderful! These are great for anyone to use. Much simpler than a wrap, so any groom can put it on. Windpuffs and any thickness in the legs will disappear in days. –Wyatt
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 horsenationcontes[email protected] with BACK ON TRACK CONTEST in the subject line. The new deadline is Tuesday, August 25, 2015. All entries will be entered into a drawing for the wraps 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 our last Back on Track contest’s winning essay here.
Go Back on Track, and Go Riding!