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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE AUGUST
EQUINETREX PROVES SAFER THAN A RIDER
FOR EARLY TRAINING
TORONTO, Ontario, Can--A new product meant to augment
conditioning on automatic exercisers offers a safer, more economical approach
to training horses.
transforms the benefits of the automatic exerciser into a total conditioning
program for equine athletes without putting undue stress on undeveloped skeleto-muscular
systems. Biomechanical studies show that unexpected, erratic movements by a
rider can throw a horse off balance and induce microscopic soft tissue damage.
The stability and adaptability of the EquineTrex
minimizes these problems, and is less costly than a rider even over the short term.
A pliable, saddle-like device, the EquineTrex conforms to each horse's anatomical changes during
exercise, creating maximum aerobic benefits. The 60-pound device is designed to
stimulate bone, muscle, ligament, tendon strength and development. Used with a
saddle cloth, it comes with two clip-on side panels that create an additional
20 lbs. of weight when needed.
The EquineTrex is
encased in an anti-bacterial cool-weave fabric, double-sheathed and
impenetrable, which can be easily hosed clean between uses.
Developed by Accu-Metrics, a leader in medical research, the
EquineTrex is $449, tax included,
and delivered in North America. Orders are shipped from offices in Toronto, New
York and California. For more information call (877) 842-4827 or visit the
website at www.equinetrex.com.
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