I was just reading a wonderful blog by Anna Blake in which she writes about stiffness in horses. She's a wonderful writer and has very astute observations about communicating with horses. As far as stiffness, Anna states, "It takes twenty minutes for his synovial fluid to warm his joints and if you put him to work before he’s physically ready, you won’t get his best work. But the way, your own synovial fluid doesn’t warm any quicker."
This brought to mind our Hunter/Jumper and Dressage clients that use Cytowave for maintenance. They use it pre and post workout because they notice a big difference in how their horse moves and responds to the treatments. In the words of one of our clients, "He's a different boy!" when asked about the difference he sees in his horse.
We don't have clinical data (yet) on what Cytowave does on a cellular level and what healing mechanics of healing are taking place, but we take great comfort in the words of our clients.
McLain Ward, a Cytowave user since 2015, won the final jumper class at Devon.
McLain has been on a roll and it's no surprise. He understands the role of treating inflammation and having his horses on a wellness plan to deal with the everyday aches and pains that high end athletes experience. Watch and listen to what McLain has to say about his use of Cytowave.
On Friday, McLain Ward of Brewster, New York, was named the Longines World Number One in show jumping. He has spent the last week competing at the historic Devon Horse Show and Country Fair, and on Saturday night he captured his third victory, winning the $50,000 Idle Dice Open Jumper Stake aboard Tina La Boheme. You can read more here.