Equine Therapy | Draper for Horses

Draper Therapies Advisory Board Update: Rebecca Hart and Schroeter’s Romani Consistent at Mulhouse CPEDI3*, Kicking Off European Tour With Triad of Top Three Finishes

Draper Therapies is proud to support both riders and horses competing  in a variety of disciplines worldwide. Our Advisory Board helps us spread the word about Celliant®, educate new people about Draper Therapies products, and even design new products. We are always happy to see our board members doing well in all their equestrian...

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Easing the Symptoms of Lyme Disease in Horses

Recently, my Selle Francais gelding was diagnosed with long-term, low-grade chronic Lyme disease. We knew he had been infected for a minimum of 5 months, but think it could have been as long as 2+ years. He was never really symptomatic, but his negative personality traits had become more...

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Customer Story: Morgan and Galactic

I received an e-mail from Morgan a few weeks ago about her horse, Galactic, and it was just too good not to share! Morgan and Galactic's story is below, as told by Morgan herself.  I will never get tired or stop being impressed by the wonderful success stories of customers...

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Rolex Recap #RK3DE

Rolex 2015 was an interesting year, to say the least. The weather was beautiful for every day except cross country, and the rain on Saturday certainly had an impact on horses and riders alike. The jog on Wednesday was filled with beautifully turned out horses and riders, under a...

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Why Every Horse Owner Should Know How to Standing Wrap

Standing wraps - some people love them and some people love to hate them. Whether you've never wrapped an equine leg or you're practically a professional wrapper, the fact is that at some point in your life with horses you will have to wrap. I can hear the groans already...

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Is It Spring Yet?

Those of us in the Northeast are SO done with winter. We’ve been dealing with sub-zero wind chills as we’ve dutifully fed horses, picked stalls, layered on blankets and groomed our loyal steeds. It’s been very hard to keep any sort of consistent riding program going – even for...

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Keeping Healthy and Safe during Winter Riding

When the temperatures drop and the days get shorter, equestrians are among the first to complain!  The horses get fuzzy, water buckets start to freeze, and nobody wants to ride if they’re frozen from the extra barn chores that winter brings with it.  Those of us on the east...

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