The USEA and Flair, LLC, the makers of the FLAIR® Equine Nasal Strip, are pleased to announce that FLAIR will be returning as a Sponsor for the 2010 Land Rover/USEA American Eventing Championships.
“We are honored to be a part of a sport where competitors strive for the highest level of horsemanship and put the health and welfare of their horses and fellow riders as their number one priority. We look forward to seeing everyone at Chattahoochee Hills in September,” said Jim Chiapetta, DVM, Flair president.
FLAIR Strips have been protecting the health of event horses at all levels of competition for over 10 years. The Strips are self-adhesive and do not contain drugs. They are proven to help horses breathe easier by reducing airway resistance and providing improved airflow when horses need oxygen most.
By reducing airway resistance during exercise, FLAIR Strips help prevent fatigue related injuries, help protect the lungs from exercise-induced pulmonary hemorrhage (EIPH) and promote peak athletic performance.
For additional information please visit www.flairstrips.com or call 1-888-68-FLAIR.
Be sure to get your entry in for the AEC so you can have a chance to win FLAIR products in addition to a bevy of other great prizes!
Interested in sponsoring the 2010 Land Rover/USEA AEC? Contact [email protected]. This year’s USEA AEC are being held from September 9-12 at Chattahoochee Hills in Fairburn, Georgia. For more information on the event check the AEC page on the USEA website or the Chattahoochee Hills site.
Cecil County Serving as Host Sponsor; Diageo, Breakthru Beverage, Brown Advisory, and Quarry View Building Group On-Board as Additional Lead Sponsors
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For horses and riders, schooling shows are a great way to practice without the added stress and expense of a recognized or sanctioned competition. Venues and clubs can offer schooling shows as a way to open the door to their communities, increase their revenue or membership, and partner with local businesses.
US Equestrian has announced a horse substitution for the U.S. Eventing Olympic Team ahead of the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020. The Luke Syndicate's Luke 140, the selected mount for Boyd Martin (Cochranville, Pa.), will be replaced by Martin’s first direct reserve, Tsetserleg, a 14-year-old Trakehner gelding owned by Christine Turner, Thomas Turner, and Tommie Turner. Luke 140 sustained a minor injury during his training preparation and has been withdrawn from consideration for the team but is expected to make a full recovery.