America Cryo, one of the equine industry’s leaders in therapeutic sports technology for injury prevention and recovery, is pleased to officially announce its partnership with top eventing individual Doug Payne. The partnership comes just in time for one of the eventing season’s most anticipated events, the Land Rover Kentucky Three Day Eventing Championships, in which Payne plans to compete.
The team at America Cryo is thrilled to support Payne Equestrian LLC, as Payne is known to be one of the top eventing riders in America. Payne’s accolades include the title of US Olympian, USDF Silver medal dressage athlete, International Hunter Derby competitor, and FEI 4* Jumper rider. Continuing to pursue multiple education and learning avenues in equestrian sport, Payne is also considered a well-respected judge, trainer, coach, and author. Payne Equestrian also offers breeding and young horse services and has produced multiple horses to the top level of eventing sport.
As the leader in Equine therapy devices, America Cryo is proud to be a part of Payne’s support system for his four-legged partners. The company prides itself on offering a wide range of systems to treat lameness and injury without invasive surgery or medication. All-natural treatments ranging from cold compression devices to sound and lightwave devices. Used by veterinarians, professional riders, stable owners, and everyday horse owners, these products are the most advanced and effective devices for treating the hard-working equine athlete.
Alongside looking forward to cheering Payne on throughout the weekend, America Cryo will have boots on the ground during the event to discuss and demonstrate each product’s uses and benefits to anyone further interested. With purchasing, leasing, and lease-to-own options, the company offers a variety of ways to finance your horse-health investment.
To learn more about America Cryo, please visit www.americacryo.com. If you would like to schedule an on-site demonstration, please contact Alex Corbin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Vets, trainers and physiotherapists report rapid pain relief and overall faster recovery from equine injuries through targeted cold therapy. This versatile and easy-to-use device treats numerous regions of the sports horse’s body for effective maintenance and injury prevention.