EyeOn equine care at the Fair Hill International FEI/USEF/USEA Recognized Horse Trials
I spent three days in April in Elkton, MD at the Fair Hill trials. Before finishing my setup Carla Geiersbach the FH Executive Director informed me Ann Haller, the Competition Manager had a nasty ligament injury to her arm and to see if I could help her. Her arm was swollen, painful and she couldn’t move her thumb. I placed an EyeOn wrap on her forearm and within two minutes she was moving her thumb. Two hours later I saw here opening and closing large barn doors with the very same hand, something she stated "I couldn't do this two hours ago."
Ann pointing to how large the vein is in her
healed arm after using and EyeOn wrap for
people. The vein simply demonstrates how
well EyeOn increased her blood flow.
Pam Wiedemann, another show manager probably in her seventies used EyeOn pads on her shoulder Saturday night and I was informed the following morning by Ann that Pam was curry combing her horse that night and pleased as could be with the results. Even Colleen Martin, another show aid with her reconstructed elbows benefited from EyeOn wraps after wearing them as she slept. When I asked her what she thought of her trial she raised her arms in the air showing off her pain free flexibility. This apparently was a difficult task for her previously.
Colleen showing how pain free and
flexible her elbows were after using
EyeOn wraps with this pose, apparently
something she couldn’t do previously.
There were many trainers, riders and judges purchasing EyeOn Equine Care products and to date we've not had one complaint through the years.
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