Alamo, CA – Dressage Training Online, the innovative website that is furthering the education of dressage riders all across the world, is now offering free monthly giveaways of fantastic equine products to existing and new website members. Dressage Training Online recently launched a new and improved website that is giving dressage enthusiasts across the globe something to be excited about.
During the month of May, existing and new members had a chance to win a set of Back on Track No Bow Leg Wraps from Back on Track. The Back on Track No Bow Leg Wraps are a therapeutic horse leg wrap that uses state-of-the-art fabric which contains polyester thread embedded with a fine ceramic powder. Designed to reflect the horse's own body-warmth, it creates a soothing far infrared thermal heat, which can help alleviate pain associated with inflamed muscles, ligaments, tendons and joints. It can be used for both injury prevention as well as injury recovery and no liniment is needed.
“We are thrilled to be offering members of Dressage Training Online a chance to win products from quality companies like Back on Track,” said Reisa Bonetti, Dressage Training Online founder, who started the website as a way to further enhance her dressage career outside of being in the saddle. “New members will be put in one drawing while existing members will have a drawing of their own.”
The new members who won the Back on Track No Bow Leg Wraps were Catherine Zappe, Travis Rees and Cecilia Weller. Catherine West won in the existing members category. June’s free giveaways will be the book The Truth About Horses. “The book has a huge amount of educational content and is beautiful coffee table book to display,” Bonetti said. The Truth About Horses was written by Andrew McLean who manages the Australian Equine Behaviour Centre. McLean holds a PhD in horse training psychology. In the book McLean delivers a refreshing and effective approach to dealing with horses on their own terms.
To enter the drawing, new members simply register for monthly membership at Dressage Training Online. The $36 per month membership fee gives dressage fans access to over 400 extremely effective streaming training videos featuring both local and Olympic talent throughout the world.
A Dressage Training Online membership also includes 10 new videos monthly, the option to list one free horse for sale ad and the ability to watch, listen and learn from some of the world’s most elite judges, riders and trainers all on a single site. Members can also shop for a dressage horse, view certain high profile global dressage events and even shop at the Equestrian Storefront.
Bonetti added that members of Dressage Training Online are excited about the website and the fact that weather, traveling to clinics or the high costs of training with top clinicians is no longer an issue. “With DressageTrainingOnline.com there is no buying or renting videos, instead you can choose from our library of over 400 sessions and watch your favorites again and again to fully recap all of the tools and apply them to your own riding. This is a special opportunity to learn from the best of the best.”
For more information on Dressage Training Online, visit their website at www.dressagetrainingonline.com.