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    06-26-2008, 09:31 PM
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Back on Track Products!

Back on Track products are specially designed to help relieve pain - drug free...

These state-of-the -art products incorporate a revolutionary fabric, interwoven with a polypropylene/polyester thread embedded with a fine ceramic powder.

Sounds fancy, huh? But what the heck does it do??

These products are designed to reflect a horse's own body-warmth to create a soothing thermal heat and these products help alleviate pain associated with inflamed muscles, ligaments, tendons and joints by promoting blood flow to the area!

These products also effectively help warm-up a horse prior to performing, and more importantly, can also help accelerate its recovery rate after strenuous activity.

Back on Track products are great for being used for both treatment and prevention of stress related injuries.

There are numerous benefits of using Back on Track products compared to your regular horse items. Back on Track products is just simply an easy way to help keep your horse sound!!

Some equine products available are:
  • No Bow
    Leg Wraps
    Pillow Wraps
    Combi Wraps
    Polo Bandages
    Exercise Bandages
    Knee Boots
    Hock Boots
    Back Pad
    Loin Blanket
    Exercise Sheet
    Saddle Pad
    Summer Blanket
    Winter Blanket
    Indoor Blanket
    Fllece Cooler
    Light Mesh Sheet

Light Mesh Sheet - Best Seller!

Black Saddle Pad

Exercise Sheet

Products are also available for human use for drug free pain relief!

If interested in investing in your horse's well being, please send an e-mail to laceywilliams@comcast.net or call at 609-420-9185.

Have the products delivered to you - for a bargain!
     

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