Recycled Racehorses OTTBs = <3

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        12-12-2013, 11:27 PM
    Recycled Racehorses OTTBs = <3

    Just had some great discussions on Facebook about OTTBs in the one group I am in and wanted to discuss here and get your thoughts. What do you guys see when you get an OTTB straight off the track? Are you able to see the potential for improved movement post-let down after some rehab and chiro and body work? Anything you use or swear by?

    We were also discussing Back On Track and Draper Therapies (I just switched to Draper because it is washer and dryer safe, made in the USA, and doesn't make me or my horse sweat the way the BOT stuff does, esp in warmer weather). Thoughts? Do you use any of this stuff?

    Annnnnd I wanted to share my fave Recycled Racehorse design tees that my friend makes and has on sale for 20% off here that I LOOOOOOOVE: You searched for OTTB - dapplebay clothing co.

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