The Wisdom of a Positive Attitude: Tami Crawford Wins Draper Therapies Best Foot Forward Award

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Wellington, FL (March 11, 2015)— Tami Crawford of College Grove, Tennessee, demonstrated to the judges and spectators at the Adequan Global Dressage Festival how she is able to show her love of dressage through her every movement during competition. Crawford was presented with the Draper Therapies Best Foot Forward Award for her enthusiasm for the sport. Crawford’s excitement was clear as she spoke of her ride on Wiseguy—a twelve-year-old German Hanoverian gelding (Osmium x Jafrita). “It was great! I’m so excited! He held it together through the whole test, and I was able to go from movement to movement with him staying with me.”



With this being the pair’s first show together, Crawford’s outstanding attitude helped her to stand out in the ring as they competed in the FEI Prix St. Georges. Draper Therapies, a company specializing in equine health products, recognizes competitors who demonstrate an exceptional love of dressage and impacts others to do the same at the winter show series. The company has been a strong supporter of top-level dressage competitions, presenting the Draper Therapies Best Foot Forward Award to riders throughout the twelve weeks of competition who have proven themselves as truly in love with jan 3, 2015 – buy baclofen uk online need to order baclofen no rx needed for purchasing baclofen online generic baclofen india donde comprar  the sport.



Crawford plans to continue showing at the Adequan Global Dressage Festival for the rest of March, and will be once again ride Wiseguy this coming week. She has trained Wiseguy since he was four years old, and looks forward to their approaching shows with a newfound level of excitement after receiving her award from Draper Therapies. In addition to Wiseguy, she looking for a cheap estrace without prescription? buy estrace online from our drug store, useing your visa or mastercard. we have safe and secure billing and will continue to competing Roncalli, a twelve-year-old Oldenburg sired by Rubin Royalle, in the Small Tour. When she is not showing in Wellington, Crawford trains at Travelers Rest Farm in Tennessee.

Crawford explained her positive attitude with the simple statement “life is just too short.” She added, “The horses are their best when you’re feeling good. There is so much going on in the world, and this is just a horse show.” She understands why there can be tense feelings between competitors— “The horses are special to each rider and it can get personal, but we need to remember that we have these wonderful animals that we’re able to ride dec 5, 2014 – buy cheap generic amoxil online without prescription. more info about “cheap amoxil“. amoxicillin clavulanic acid 875 mg. ????????? amoxicillin  and we’re lucky to be granted this opportunity.”

Crawford received a Draper Therapies saddle pad, a pair of polo wraps, and socks in appreciation of her great attitude in the stressful environment of intense competition. Draper Therapies specializes in healthcare products for horses, dogs, and their human companions. The company offers a buy amoxil online, how to treat diarrhea caused by amoxicillin , how long should i take amoxicillin for chlamydia. wide range of products including therapeutic horse blankets, wraps, saddle pads, dog beds, clothing, and accessories. Draper Therapies products are made with Celliant, an innovatively advanced fiber material created from extruded minerals for the purpose of easing pain and reducing poor health symptoms.

Learn more about the products Draper Therapies has to offer and the company’s support of the equestrian communities at,  or call 781-828-0029.


Photo Tami Crawford (left) receives the Draper Therapies Best Foot Forward Award at the Adequan generic zoloft sertraline side effects zoloft buy online uk Sertraline without prescription Global Dressage Festival.



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