Fat Blocker Plus with LipoSan Ultra

October 27, 2010 on 4:50 pm | In Event Calendars | No Comments

Healthy Steps

Fat Blocker Plus with LipoSan Ultra a complete all natural weight loss formula containing the patented LipoSan Ultra that is specifically formulated to assist in elimination of fat!
 
 Fat Blocker Plus containing a proprietary blend of ingredients that combines the proven benefits of Chitosan, @ natural fiber that absorbs fat, with Citrin, L-Carnitine, Potassium, Vitamin C and Chromium Picolinate. Chitosan is derived from chitin, a polysaccharide found in the exo-skeleton of shellfish and is a naturally occurring substance that is chemically similar to the plant fiber called cellulose. Unlike plant fiber, however, Chitosan is magnetically attracted to lipids and has the ability, acting like a sponge, to significantly prevent fat in the digestive tract from being absorbed. Technically, it creates a “grease ball” out of the excess fat, which is then too large to be absorbed. Both the Chitosan and the fat are excreted in the stool.

Healhy Steps unique Joint Care Products

October 26, 2010 on 5:13 pm | In Event Calendars | No Comments

 

Healhy Steps

Before you inject your horse’s joints and run the risk of permanent injury please try Healthy Steps Joint Compound, which is a combination of our Joint Eze product(contains 4  gluosamines) and our MSM product.  These products are recommended by many Vets who are reluctant to inject the joints as 1st course of treatment.

Germany, Great Britain Para-Riders Harvest Freestyle Gold

October 10, 2010 on 12:44 am | In Event Calendars | No Comments

Lexington, KY - October 8, 2010 - First, an apology and a correction to Denmark, whose 16-year-old Stinna Tange Kaastrup helped the team to secure bronze and also took the individual bronze in spite of a tie with Norway’s Jens Lasse Kaastrup.

In Day One of the ParaDressage championships, here are the provisional scores in Grades III and Ia.

Hannelore Brenner (GER) added Freestyle gold to her team and individual gold medals. Again partnering with Women of the World, the 15-year-old chestnut Hanoverian mare by Walt Disney, Brenner earned 79.200 to take top honors. The silver will go home with Annika Lykke Dalskov (DEN), already sporting team bronze and individual silver, who danced with Preussen Wind to the tune of 75.400. Sharon Jarvis (AUS) who earned individual bronze now has a pair, thanks to good walk-work aboard Applewood Odorado and 74.550 from the panel of five judges.

Two Americans performed freestyle routines. Wendy Fryke and Lateran scored 65.100 for eighth place. Erin Alberda and Delectari followed in ninth on 64.350.

In the Grade Ia, Freestyle competition again proved fierce especially with the presence of all three of the British riders involved in the individual medal sweep. As expected, they rose to the occasion. This time Emma Sheardown and Purdy’s Dream scored the gold standard with 78.550 - a nice addition to her individual silver. Yesterday’s individual champion Sophie Christiensen and Rivaldo of Berkeley earned 77.450 for the silver. For the longest time, it looked as if Italy’s Sara Morganti might take the podium on a score of 74.150, but the last rider Anne Dunhan (GBR) and Teddy, edged into the medals and onto the podium with 74.800.

The two American riders did well. Kim Decker and Dasher’s Destiny earned 11th on 64.300 and put in a much better test with more active walk work today. Decker was pleased with their routine and stated that she intended to work very hard so that she could compete with the Europeans.

Laura Goldman entered the ring on Carlingford JD at a rising trot - in the freestyle trotting is optional - and all went well until she lost her irons. This did count against her, mark-wise, as she finished the test without irons. The added pressure from Goldman’s legs and a few moments of instability in the saddle made her mount quicken a bit, but she persevered and rose to the trot again in the routine. Had Goldman not lost her irons, she would have scored higher than 63.550 and 12th. She received lots of cheers and will undoubtedly include trot work in future freestyles.

Sunday concludes the ParaDressage Freestyle Championships for Grades Ib, II, and IV at the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games in Kentucky.

About the United States Para-Equestrian Association:


The USPEA includes every equestrian discipline that is practiced by athletes with physical disabilities. Each rider or driver competes under the eighth discipline, The Para-Equestrian discipline, of the United States Equestrian Federation. The USPEA is a recognized affiliated of the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF). The USPEA provides programs, clinics, and competition opportunities for athletes with physical disabilities. Riders compete under the USEF rules during their national competitions and FEI rules during international competition and many of the athletes compete at the highest level of their sport.

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