Equine therapy product mogul America Cryo Equine is excited to spend the weekend at the 2023 Virginia Barrel Classic in Lexington, Virginia the first weekend of June. As a leader in sports-related injury recovery and prevention of equine athletes across all disciplines, the company is looking forward to meeting with many new faces and helping more horses in need. From shockwave to cryotherapy, cold compression, and more, America Cryo Equine offers multiple levels and tools to meet the therapeutic needs of top performing equines whether they are recovering from injury or simply need a little help feeling their best.
The Virginia Barrel Classic was started in 2013 with a mission to host barrel races that were family-oriented while still boasting a professional level of competition and large payouts. Membership is not required and classes are offered at the open, youth, senior, and even pee wee levels. As one of the main organizations in barrel racing, the classic has hosted or sanctioned a variety of events including the NBHA, BBR, and The American Qualifier among others.
“We can’t wait to connect with a new group of horse men and women, and meet some of the incredible equine athletes that participate in this event,” said America Cryo Equine representative Alex Corbin.
Alex will be on-site at the 2023 Classic to perform demos, assess equine needs, and meet with potentially interested athletes throughout the weekend. America Cryo Equine sends its best luck to those competing and is looking forward to a fantastic event!
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Subzero equine therapy uses pressurized CO2 to target very specific areas such as joints, including the hock, stifle, pastern and fetlock, resulting in optimized range of motion and reduced pain.
- Initial results visible within just 60 seconds
- Infrared temperature and distance sensors for real-time control
- Rapid attachment systems for faster setup and storage
- Long-lasting battery and 15’ polyurethane-shielded cord
- Backlit, interactive LCD screen shows treatment data
- Treatment protocols for different conditions
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.