Limber Up, the next generation of equine topicals has made a commitment to the equestrian community in 2020. Our first 2020 sponsorship participation starts with the 2020 Desert Circuit held at the beautiful Desert Equestrian Horse Park in Thermal California. This event is a show case event like no other attracting competitors worldwide.
With 1.125 million square feet of competition and riding space, the Desert International Horse Park is one of the largest equestrian facilities in North America. Offering 10 weeks of world-class competition, eight during the Desert Circuit from January – March and two during the Sunshine Series in November, the facility is a destination location for thousands of equestrians, their horses, family and friends for several months annually. Competitors from all over the world travel to Thermal, CA to not only compete but to enjoy everything the desert has to offer.
Surrounded by the beauty of picturesque mountains, the Desert International Horse Park is close to Palm Springs, Desert Hot Springs, La Quinta, Coachella ad more unique places to discover. The area is known for its resort lifestyle with a selection of fine dining, art & film festivals, golf & tennis, outdoor adventures, and wonderful warm, dry weather in the winter months. As the Greater Palm Springs Convention & Visitors Bureau claims, come #findyouroasis in the desert.
By providing in part, in-kind product donations, trainers and grooms alike have an opportunity to use and appreciate the all-natural effectiveness of Limber Up liniment and shampoos. With competition horses; safety, and effectiveness along with certainty that the products being used DO NOT TEST are of the utmost importance. Limber Up is the flag ship product line that can deliver these attributes. COMPETITION SAFE, EFFECTIVE, AND SAFE!
Limber Up® Cooling Liniment was carefully created from a proprietary blend of all-natural ingredients of Arnica, Rosemary, Rosehip, Yucca Root, touch of Essence of Peppermint in a Witch Hazel and Aloe Vera base. The ingredients that make up Limber Up® were selected based upon how well they address the many issues that affect both every day trail horses as well as horses that compete at the highest levels. Ms. Stacey Small, formulator and herbalist and original product formulator and product developer of Sore No-More®, developed Limber Up as the NEXT GENERATION OF TOPICALS. Stacey notes; “Arnica is well known for its anti-inflammatory properties while Aloe Vera, Yucca, Rosemary, Rosehips and Peppermint are included for their use addressing sore muscles, joint stiffness, and skin issues. In combination, they work synergistically as an excellent soothing and cooling blend for the body and legs.”
In addition to Limber Up’s performance attributes, Limber Up® has been Certified Drug Free by the Banned Substance Control Group. These programs offer protection to equines, canines or other competition animals subject to anti-doping policies of official animal-sport organizations including ARCI (Association of Racing Commissioners International), FEI (International Federation for Equestrian Sports), USEF (United States Equestrian Federation), and others by offering assurance that the ingredients used to produce those products are free from banned substances and other harmful agents that can lead to health concerns or positive drug tests. For more information visit www.bscg.org.
About Limber Up. Limber Up® products are designed from all-natural herbal rich ingredients, are veterinary approved and certified drug free. The goal of products developed under the Limber Up® brand is to offer to the human, equine and canine markets, products that can trusted to deliver results as labeled. No chemicals, non-GMO, organic rich ingredients, phosphate, paraben and sulfate free. For more information on Limber Up, sponsorships, or ambassador opportunities, visit www.myLimberUp.com
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