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Camden Equine Rehab Takes Spa Mobile in SC by Allen Gutowski

Camden Equine Rehabilitation & Conditioning Center in Camden, SC is now offering a mobile equine spa for Cold Salt Water Hydrotherapy injury rehabilitation, Post-surgical care and accelerated conditioning services. Give them a call at 636-634-5210 for more information or to set up an appointment!

ECB Spa installed in Utah by Allen Gutowski

ECB is pleased to announce that a Spa is now available in Beryl, UT! We welcome J&S Equine Performance and Rehabilitation to our growing family of clients... visit their page J&S Equine  for more information or to schedule an appointment.

Karl Cook of Pomponio Ranch Never Without His ECB Spa by Allen Gutowski

Nice article in The Chronicle of the Horse about ECB Equine Spa owner Karl Cook and his stallion Jonkheer Z... 

Behind The Stall Door With: Jonkheer Z

By: Esther Hahn

"Cook swears by his equine spa that circulates cold saltwater, and the equipment travels to shows with Pomponio..." FULL ARTICLE

13 reasons to take your horse to an equine spa by Allen Gutowski

A spa break sounds like heaven to most riders, and horses can benefit hugely from the same sort of treatment. Take Red Rum. Crippling foot problems in his younger years meant he was nearly written off, but daily training on Southport Beach transformed him, said his trainer Ginger McCain, because salt water is so good for legs. And if it’s good enough for a three-time Grand National winner — well, read on.
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Bal a Bali wins first race after battle with laminitis by Allen Gutowski

Brazilian Triple Crown winner Bal a Bali made a splash in his U.S. debut, capturing the $100,000 American Stakes May 9 at Santa Anita Park.

The winner of 11-of-12 starts in his native Brazil, the 5-year-old horse by Put It Back squeezed between horses in the stretch under the guidance of jockey Flavien Prat and prevailed by a length over Talco. Gabriel Charles was 1-1/4 lengths back in third.

The trouble wasn't a concern for winning trainer Richard Mandella.

"Yes [he had trouble], but he's a pro," Mandella said. "He's run enough times. He knows what he's doing. [Prat is] a pro, too."

It was not only Bal a Bali's first U.S. race, but it was his first since a battle with laminitis last year.

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