FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Barbara Socha, President
3060 N Ridgecrest, Unit 175
Mesa, AZ 85207
Signal-Health LLC Congratulates Barrel Racer Nancy Csabay for Top Rank in Canada.
Nancy depends on Equiwinner™ to keep Wicked performing at her best.
Mesa, AZ (October 15, 2015) Signal-Health –the North American distributor of Equiwinner™ patches – is pleased to congratulate barrel racer Nancy Csabay for achieving the top rank with the Canadian Professional Rodeo Association and qualifying for the 6th time for the Canadian Finals Rodeo.
Signal-Health LLC is proud to be part of Nancy’s success. Nancy began using Equiwinner on her mare, Wicked, at the end of 2013. She then qualified for the 5th time for the 2014 Canadian Finals Rodeo and won the 2014 Cowgirl of the Year award. In early 2015, we were pleased that Nancy accepted an Equiwinner sponsorship. And now she’s qualified for the 6th time for the Canadian Finals Rodeo and is in the best position, ranked #1, to continue her amazing success.
Nancy uses Equiwinner patches to keep Wicked in peak performance. She says Wicked “looks and feels amazing”.
Equiwinner, a non-invasive dermal patch, is a simple 10-day treatment that resets electrolyte balance and starts to work almost immediately. Since electrolytes are involved in every physiological process in the body, when you restore them to perfect health, a number of conditions disappear including bleeding, tying-up, anhidrosis and headshaking. Proper electrolyte activity will also keep horses hydrated and improve performance and health generally.
For more information about Equiwinner, visit https://signal-health.com or phone toll-free: 1-877-378-4946.
About Signal-Health LLC
Based in Mesa, Arizona, Signal-Health is the official North American distributor of the Equiwinner patch. Developed by ActiveSignal Ltd in the United Kingdom, Equiwinner is a simple 10-day treatment consisting of non-invasive dermal patches. The patches contain only natural balanced electrolytes that restore normal cell metabolism by stimulating communication directly between cells in the horse’s body. The company has a Canadian affiliate based in Thunder Bay, Ontario.