NEW EQUINE FIRST AID KIT INTRODUCED
EquiMedic USA announces the newest edition to its full line of equine first aid kits: the Professional Kit. The new “Pro Kit” is designed for the professional horse person and the professional equine venue, as well as clubs, groups, and associations: equestrians who mix together large numbers of horses and people. This kit features 85 products and over 865 items for both horse and rider / handler, or possibly even spectator. This mobile floor standing caddy was designed to meet the needs of the professional equine community.
The fifth kit in a line of specialty equine first aid kits by EquiMedic USA, this is the ultimate unit to care for large numbers of both horses and humans. From minor scrapes and injuries to more serious accidents, this kit is outfitted with air splints, Sam Splints and even a head vise; as well as the full spectrum of horse related first aid needs. The Pro Kit is the prime choice for serious horse professionals, venues and groups.
Noted international equine trainer and clinician Lynn Palm uses the new EquiMedic USA Pro Kit at both her Florida and Michigan horse farms. Palm also travels with EquiMedic’s Trailering Kits and Trail Rides with their Horn Bag Trail Riding Kit. “When I am traveling with horses, training horses at home or on a trail ride, I feel very good knowing that I have EquiMedic first aid kits on hand !” Palm explains. “All Riders and trainers should have a kit on hand at all times,” she concludes.
Dedicated to getting emergency medical supplies into the hands of horse owners, EquiMedic has made this task easy and simple for all equestrians. In addition to purchasing complete kits, horse handlers can also purchase empty soft sided and hard sided kits, choose to add optional and supplemental supplies, buy restocking supplies, or they can build their own kit on the company’s dynamic web site, which serves as their virtual catalog.
EquiMedic USA believes that pressure from liability insurance companies and even OSHA will eventually force the equine community to seek out this type of protection sooner than later. EquiMedic also offers an Economy Kit, a Horn Bag Trail riding Kit, a Small Trailering Kit, and a Small Barn Kit at present. More kits will be added with time.
Plans call for this specialty company to offer new a Medium Sized Barn Kit, and a Large Trailering Kit, later in 2005. Check into the EquiMedic USA web site: www.equimedic.com, Smart Pak Equine, Dover Saddlery or Smith Brothers catalogs and web sites for more information or to purchase any of these equine first aid kits from these fine retailers.