World Class Equestrian Athletes And Benefab Products

January 29, 2017 3 min read

From time to time, you come across something new that really makes you think and explore. World class Equestrian Athletes and BeneFab are working together to achieve great things. If this is the first time you are reading about our product line, you may have that nudge of curiosity, or you may have heard of us before but still are unsure of exactly what our products do. BeneFab™ products are a quality line of far-­infrared clothing that is not only comfortable, but works to alleviate muscle discomfort and joint tension through the power of electromagnetism. Our products deliver all the benefits of a compression garment (increased blood flow and circulation to the affected areas) while avoiding the discomfort typically caused by long periods of compression. Far-­infrared clothing has been proven to reduce chronic joint pain and may provide a natural remedy (as well as serving as a preventative measure) against circulatory disorders such as Neuropathy and Reynaud’s Syndrome, among others. So what does this mean for you and your horse? World class equestrian athletes endorse our products and we thought the best way to explain was to showcase the testimonials of our Ambassadors.

image1-300x227"I love this poll pad! I can't believe what a difference its made on the thoroughness and suppleness of the 3 year old filly I've been using it on. I took it off for a few days after using it for a whole week and she immediately went back to bracing and tilting her head. I'll have to make sure it's show legal, I won't be riding her without it again! The polo wraps seem to be helping to reduce the sticking up on the stabled horses much quicker than work alone. I also think my Grand Prix horse's joints crack less when he wears them even though they aren't touching some of the joins that make noise." ALEXIS MARTIN-VEGUE - USDF Gold Medalist & Biomechanics Coach of MV Training

Shelby-Brost-300x200"After using the Benefab Poll Pad for the first time it was evident how incredible these products are. The results have been significant and remarkable since using the products on both my horses and myself. Benefab products are essential to the success and wellbeing of my horses, which is why I use them every single day." SHELBY BROST - Shelby Brost Eventing

tuny-e1386333978912-300x209"I am a fanatic about ensuring my horse's comfort while training. The Benefab Poll Pad fits perfectly and offers cushioning, especially for heavy double bridles. My horses feel more relaxed in the poll and as a result in the jaw as well, while working in the pad....If my horse appreciates it then I love it." TUNY PAGE - USDF Amateur Rider of Still Point Farm

image-300x200"I have been using all of your products and have been very pleased. I have put the halter attachment on the bridle that I ride one of my Grand Prix horses in. He is quite stiff in the poll and I believe I feel a difference. Mostly, he just feels more supple. Also, Maggie, who has worked for my for 10 plus years, loves the polos and she knows her stuff!" JUDY GAROFOLA - Owner and Trainer of High Ground Farm

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