Draw It Out stable of next generation horse health care solutions supports horses’ optimal health, performance, and well-being.
Draw It Out®, maker of DiO horse health care solution products, announces its continued sponsorship of the Women’s Professional Rodeo Association (WPRA).
“Draw It Out is honored to sponsor the WPRA and support its professional athlete members in enhancing the well-being, health, and performance of their elite equine partners,” notes Jon Conklin, Draw It Out CEO. “We look forward to introducing our complete Draw It Out equine product line to WPRA members.”
The Women’s Professional Rodeo Association, the longest running women’s sports organization in the country formed by women for women, is the recognized leader for women in the sport of rodeo. Based in Colorado Springs, CO, the WPRA empowers female rodeo athletes to achieve competitive excellence while embracing rich traditions and values that include love of animals, competition, and the western lifestyle.
“We are pleased to continue our partnership with Draw It Out as an Official Horse Care Product of the WPRA,” said Jimmie Munroe, WPRA President. “We look forward to working with them to build both our brands over the next two years and provide great products to our members.”
The Draw It Out equine and dog product lines include: DiO Silver Hoof EQ Therapy for horses, Citraquin Environmental Defense Spray for horses, DiO Horse Shampoo with Lavender, DiO Plus Horse Liniment, DiO Horse Liniment Concentrate and Gel formulas, DiO MasterMudd Equibrace horse poultice, DiO Rapid Relief Restorative Cream for horses, DiO SuperClean Stall Wash for horses, ShowBarn Secret line: Dentangler & Shine, Sheen & Conditioner, Braiding Spray, and DiO Dog Liniment Spray.
DiO products are made with all-natural formulas that undergo rigorous 3-step testing and third-party independent analysis. Product ingredients are 100% USA sourced and human pharmaceutical grade.
DiO, a next-generation horse and dog health solutions company, was founded in 2014 by horse industry veterans including Jon Conklin, because they care about horses’ health and well-being. The owners recognized the need to redefine equine and canine health products with innovative all-natural, chemical-free, safe, and effective products. Follow DiO on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, YouTube, and Pinterest.
About Women’s Professional Rodeo Association
The Women’s Professional Rodeo Association (WPRA) is the oldest women’s sports organization in the country. The Association started in 1948 with a group of Texas ranch women who wanted to add a little color and femininity to the rough-and-tumble sport of rodeo. A major move at the time, 38 women met in a hotel in San Angelo, Texas, on February 28, 1948, to change the way they were being treated in the male-dominated world of rodeo. These women banded together to create the very first professional sports association created solely for women by women – the Girls Rodeo Association (GRA). The GRA began with 74 original members with 60 approved contests with a total payout of $29,000. In 1981, the GRA changed its name to the Women’s Professional Rodeo Association (WPRA). Today, it is a computerized association with more than 3,000 members, over 1,700 events and payouts totaling over $7 million. The WPRA, headquartered in Colorado Springs, Colo., provides opportunities for women across the United States and Canada to compete in the timed events of barrel racing, team roping, breakaway roping, and tie-down roping. For more information on the WPRA and a list of events visit www.wpra.com.
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