The NutrenaŽ brand, a global supplier of equine nutrition products, together with Bob Jeffreys and Suzanne Sheppard, leading equine trainers and clinicians, have produced a DVD entitled, "Horse Safety First, How to Become your Horse's Best Friend." This 50-minute DVD details how to work around horses safely.
"We are passionate about safety," says Nutrena Consultant Shana Weiler. "Safety is a major part of the Nutrena culture, and we want to bring that to the greater equine community. This DVD is a must for all horse enthusiasts, especially recreational riders and those just getting started."
"Horses are at least ten times stronger, faster and have a much quicker response time than people. So, whether you are new to horses or are a seasoned professional, knowledge, preparation and training are critical if we wish to remain safe and have fun with them," says Bob Jeffreys.
"Horses involve risk," adds Suzanne Sheppard. "Especially when we are training green, aggressive or fearful horses. Because safety is always our first priority we want to minimize any chance of injury to ourselves, as well as the students and horses we teach. We're excited to partner with the Nutrena brand to share key safety tips with horse lovers everywhere!"
To obtain your free copy* of the "Horse Safety First" DVD please register at www.nutrenaworld.com after July 1st 2007.
Nutrena manufactures and markets a complete line of horse feeds and supplements that help horses maintain optimal health throughout all stages of life. With the highest quality ingredients used and the most up to date nutritional technology employed Nutrena is committed to the health, well-being and safety of horses everywhere. For more information on Nutrena products visit Nutrena's website.
About Bob Jeffreys and Suzanne Sheppard:
Headquartered in Middletown, NY Bob Jeffreys and Suzanne Sheppard appeal to horse people of all disciplines and can be found teaching their Horsemanship Education Courses and ProTrack Trainer Certification Program at home in New York or traveling the country headlining at horse expos such as Equine Affaire or Horse World Expo. For more information or to contact Bob and Suzanne please visit www.teachingtwoasone.com.