Draper Equine Therapy Introduces New and Improved Anti-Sweat Sheet For Horses

Canton, MA – Draper Equine Therapy, makers of therapeutic horse and rider products, has improved their Draper Equine Therapy Anti-Sweat Sheet that is designed to wick away body moisture and combat stiffness and soreness. Horse owner’s everywhere are praising the improvements of the new and improved anti-sweat sheet, which is still lightweight but now has the strength of a scrim sheet with added colored binding along the spine to reinforce the fabric.

“We ask for feedback on our products whether it is good or bad because we truly want to have the best products on the market,” said Kat Wojtylak, Product Manager at Draper Therapies. “We listened to our customers and found that our anti-sweat sheet needed to be strengthened as many horse owners want to use it as a scrim.”

Draper recommends that the anti-sweat sheet be used while a horse is standing, whether on the crossties or before stepping foot into a class. “The anti-sweat sheet is a pretty unique and wonderful product. You'll find that after a bath or heavy workout, your horse will dry much faster with the use of the anti-sweat sheet,” Wojtylak said. “The anti-sweat sheet carries the same properties that our other products carry and helps increase circulation, regulate body temperature and reduce pain which can all lead to lessened warm up time and better muscle recovery.”

Draper customers have also called the company to report that the anti-sweat sheet works great while trailering horses as it stabilizes body temperature and helps combat body fatigue. “The horses aren’t sweaty and come off the trailer loose and limber, a huge feat when you’re traveling to shows or long distances,” Wojtylak said.

Draper products, such as the anti-sweat sheet, are made with Celliant™/Holofiber® that has been clinically proven to help reduce pain, increase oxygen levels and help balance overall body temperature. Draper Equine Therapy produces saddle pads, indoor and outdoor blankets, bandages and wraps. Products for riders include T-shirts, socks, blankets, joint support sleeves/wraps, and back belts. In addition, they offer a line of home therapy and spa products including sleep liners, eye pillows, shoulder wraps and blankets.

For more information on Draper Equine Therapy, visit their website at www.draperequinetherapy.com.

Photo: Draper Equine Therapy has improved their anti-sweat sheet, and horse owners are praising the benefits of the sheet. The anti-sweat sheet wicks away body moisture and combats stiffness and soreness.