The Tulsa Reining Classic celebrates the fifth year with Back On Track as a major sponsor in 2015 and that’s an important milestone, according to Back On Track owner Bo Lofvander. “We love being a part of the reining industry and supporting it’s growth,” he said. “We look forward to this great partnership continuing for many years to come!”
As in recent years, winners of a number of high-profile classes will receive the much-sought-after Back On Track as awards. “They are very popular with our exhibitors,” noted Cheryl Magoteaux Cody, who heads the Tulsa Reining Classic management team. “We like being involved with a sponsor that produces the type of high-quality item that serious horse people want to use.”
Manufacturers of state-of-the art therapeutic products, Back On Track’s joint and muscle protection items are manufactured from a “ceramic textile”. The textile is made up of fibers of polyester and polypropylene (some of the products are mixed with cotton fibers) with a ceramic powder fused into the fibers. The ceramic gives the fabric its unique property, which reflects body heat in the form of infrared heat radiation.
Colleen McQuay, President of Global Reining Sports Group, which produces the event, also believes in Back On Track Products. “We have used the Back On Track products in our barn for years and are thrilled that we can help more people in the sport of reining get to see and experience these superior joint and muscle protection products. She added, “I even use some of their human products myself.”
To learn more about Back On Track and the diverse selection of products that it offers, visit www.BackOnTrackProducts.com. For information on the Tulsa Reining Classic, visit www.tulsareining.com.