Four Champions protected with FLAIR® Nasal Strip
Flair LLC, maker of the FLAIR Equine Nasal Strip, is pleased to congratulate Eclipse Award winners: DEMONSTRATIVE, Steeplechase Champion – WORK ALL WEEK, Male Sprinter Champion – UNTAPABLE, 3-Year-Old Female Champion – CALIFORNIA CHROME, 3-Year-Old Male Champion & Horse-of-the-Year. All four Champions’ lungs were protected with a FLAIR Strip.
DEMONSTRATIVE cemented his Championship by winning three GI events in 2014, for trainer Richard Valentine. Among UNTAPABLE’s wins last year was the $2 million Longines Breeders’ Cup Distaff (gr. I) for Winchell Thoroughbreds and trainer Steve Asmussen. Midwest Thoroughbreds’ WORK ALL WEEK claimed victory in the $1.5 million Xpressbet Breeders’ Cup Sprint (gr. I) for trainer Roger Brueggemann. CALIFORNIA CHROME won four GI events, including the Kentucky Derby Presented By Yum! Brands (gr. I) and the Preakness Stakes (gr. I).
FLAIR Strips protected seven Eclipse Award finalists who were recognized at the event, which took place on Saturday, January 17 at Gulfstream Park. Flair LLC salutes the connections of these equine athletes who use FLAIR Nasal Strips to help keep their horses healthy.
“Our team at Flair is very pleased to see the number of owners and trainers around the world who protect their horses with the Strips.” said FLAIR Strip Co-Inventor and President, Jim Chiapetta DVM JD.
“Our technology is not rocket science. Athletes perform best when they breathe easy. Clinical science proves that FLAIR Strips keep horses’ lungs healthier.”
Eight clinical studies have been conducted on FLAIR Strips at leading equine research centers in the United States.
About FLAIR Nasal Strips: FLAIR Strips provide drug-free support and protection to the respiratory system of hard-working equine athletes. FLAIR Strips have been proven to: reduce airway resistance, reduce lung stress and bleeding, reduce fatigue, and shorten post-exercise recovery time.
For more information about FLAIR Strips, please visit FLAIRstrips.com.
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