USHorse.biz and Life Data Labs Join ACTHA to Promote Hitting the Trails for Horse Rescue

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USHorse.biz and Life Data Labs Inc. team with the American Competitive Trail Horse Association to promote trail rides to fund horse rescue.

Rick Wheat is a Clinician, Professional Horse Trainer and inventor of the Noavel Headstall.

ACTHA donates up to 50% of its annual proceeds to horse rescue, which is a worthy cause that both Dr. Frank Gravlee, founder of Life Data Labs, and I are proud to support.

USHorse.biz and Life Data Labs Inc. announced today their alliance with the American Competitive Trail Horse Association to promote ACTHA Competitive Trail Challenges, which raise funds for eligible horse charities.    

Says USHorse.biz CEO Judy Walker, "ACTHA donates up to 50% of its annual proceeds to horse rescue, which is a worthy cause that both Dr. Frank Gravlee, founder of Life Data Labs, and I are proud to support."

Walker notes that ACTHA and Life Data Labs, a leader in equine nutrition, make an ideal team. "Excellent nutrition is vital to any horse, but especially so to one that's competing in an ACTHA event. You might be asked to pull a log, cross a stream or tackle a steep incline, so your horse better be at the top of his game," says Walker.

Nationally renowned clinician and trainer, Rick Wheat, agrees. "I've been in the trail ride industry for 30 years and I know one thing for sure…your horse has to be in top-notch condition to trail ride successfully! Life Data Lab's Barn Bag® Pleasure and Performance Horse Pelleted Feed Concentrate keeps my trail horses feeling their best, whether they're on a tough trail ride or just laid-up or resting."

To learn more about ACTHA Competitive Trail Challenges and its horse rescue efforts, go to http://www.actha.us. For more information on Life Data products, go to http://www.lifedatalabs.com. To find out how USHorse.biz can help your business, visit http://www.USHorse.biz or contact Judy Walker at 818-551-1251.

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