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All about Draper Therapies and how our products can help you, your dogs and cats, and horses.

Draper Therapies No Bow Wraps

How to Choose Standing Wraps

When it comes to choosing standing wraps, there are a lot of options. Oftentimes the standing wraps you choose to use come down to your horse's legs and personal preference.

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Tanya Moths jumping her horse

Even Superwomen Need Sleep

For Tanya Moths, new mom and owner/operator/head trainer at Lone Star Farm in Kiel, WI, our products help her get the quality rest she needs! Check out this superwoman's testimonial on our best-selling Couch Blankets.

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Navy Perfect Polos

Perfect Polos for Imperfect Legs

I've ridden and cared for a lot of horses, which means I've wrapped a lot of legs. I'm pretty comfortable saying that the majority of the legs I've wrapped were sound, but they weren't perfect. Scars, bumps, lumps, and even come odd conformation made up the legs I clipped,...

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Draper Body Therapy® Neck Blanket

10 Uses for a Draper Body Therapy® Neck Blanket

You've heard of our equine products, but chances are you've unknowingly skimmed by our most versatile and underrated product. The Draper Body Therapy® Neck Blanket is a little product that can help in a lot of ways! Let's count them. On a bed pillowStitched on the inside of a...

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Draper Body Therapy® Sleep Liners helps to regulate body temperature and relieve soreness and tension throughout the body for a better sleep.

3 Solutions for Hot Sleepers

Falling and staying asleep can range from tricky to near impossible for hot sleepers. Constant tossing and turning or waking up to adjust blankets can lead to poor sleep quality which can pose other challenges to your well being. Here's 3 solutions to help hot sleepers get a better...

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How to Tell if Your Horse is Comfortable

One of the great benefits of Celliant® is that it helps increase comfort. While as humans we understand what it feels like to be comfortable, measuring comfort in an animal that can't communicate with words can be a little more tricky. Here are a few ways you can tell...

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