Team FLAIR’s Linda Cowperthwaite began protecting her Endurance horses with FLAIR Strips when she made the big step-up to 120K. Read on to find out why…

In competition

In competition

My first introduction to FLAIR® Nasal Strips was when making the step up in distance to 120km+ distances. Experience has taught me every horse requires a different training regime.

When stepping up to the longer distances all aspects of the horse’s management and training require fine-tuning in order to make this step successful. Scientific studies show that nasal strips delay the onset of fatigue in exercised horses. This is why I tried FLAIR Nasal Strips as my current top endurance horse is a big bodied horse and isn’t the quickest horse in the Vet gate presentations. I have used FLAIR Nasal Strips in all my major race rides and using Flair Nasal strips did improve my horse’s presentation times in the vet gates and I feel he recovered better in hot & humid ride conditions.