Wellington, FL (January 12, 2011) – The Sanctuary Equine Sports Therapy & Rehabilitation Center, one of the most comprehensive facilities of its kind in the world, will be sponsoring the Peak Performance Award at the 2011 FTI Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF) in Wellington. The Sanctuary, dedicated to the healing, conditioning and well being of all equine athletes, has a world-class facility in Ocala and is opening a new Sanctuary Conditioning and Performance Center on the grounds of WEF, in conjunction with Wellington Equestrian Partners.
“The Sanctuary is proud to sponsor the Peak Performance Award at six of the shows during WEF. The award is in line with The Sanctuary’s goals, which is to contribute to the successful performance of horses through our conditioning and rehabilitation equipment,” said Tom Grabe, The Sanctuary’s Managing Partner. “Our goal at The Sanctuary is to help horses perform at their peak through safe and effective conditioning.”
The Peak Performance Award will be presented to horses with successful performances due to their conditioning and fitness levels. The Sanctuary will also be sponsoring the weekly High Performance Hunter Division Award throughout the prestigious show circuit.
“The Sanctuary is very pleased with our ongoing partnership with WEF and the Wellington Equestrian Partners,” Grabe said. “We have already broken ground on the Wellington facility and we look forward to holding open houses at the new facility soon.”
In addition to sponsoring the Peak Performance Award and the High Performance Hunter Division, The Sanctuary will offer mobile services on the WEF show grounds that will be able to treat horses in their stalls with cold laser therapy, electromagnetic pulse therapy and a Transpirator to help horses with respiratory issues. The Sanctuary Conditioning and Performance Center at WEF will also feature above ground water treadmills, cold saltwater leg spa treatment and two vibration plates with solarium.
“The winners of the Peak Performance Award and the High Performance Hunter Division Award are going to be quite excited to be able to use our new facility,” Grabe said. “We have proven results in helping horses in their competitive lives and we look forward to working with the best horses and riders in the industry during the winter show season in Wellington.”
For more information on The Sanctuary Equine Sports Therapy & Rehabilitation Center, visit their website at www.sanctuaryequinerehab.com. For more information on the 2011 FTI Winter Equestrian Festival and the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center, please visit www.equestriansport.com.
For more information contact:
The Sanctuary Equine Sports Therapy & Rehabilitation Center