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TRIPLE CROWN ARENA FOOTING SPECIALISTS


We off er a large selection of sand & amended footing!


• Airfoot™ - A mixture of nylon, rubber, foam, and fi ber. Reduces compaction and promotes water retention.


West Coast Equine Medicine, Inc.


Does your horse suffer from any of these symptoms?: • Shifting lameness • Reduced range of motion in neck or limbs • Short-striding steps • Acting cold-backed or cinchy • Bucking, rearing or hesitation in a normally cooperative horse


If so, he might be maladjusted or out of alignment in the musculoskeletal system


Dr. Ryan Heaton is a certifi ed Equine Veterinary Medical Manipulation Practioner


• Lightfoot™ - A fabric mixture with nylon, rubber, and foam. Used best with new or old sand and some rubber additive (if needed). Promotes water retention and footing stability.


• EuroFelt® - A fabric based material providing cush and helping to stabilize sand. Promotes a consistent surface.


FOOTING INSTALLATION & CONSULTATION


WE WILL MEET OR BEAT ANYONE’S PRICING IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA


760-723-3606 Serving North San Diego


and South Riverside


www.westcoastequinemedicine.com Daniel H. Grove, DVM


6 astequi D Ryan K. Heaton, DVM inemedi


Call Ron Johnson 619-659-8318 • 619-994-6540 www.TripleCrownArenas.com


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