Relief On The Way For ACTHA Horses

The American Competitive Trail Horse Association (ACTHA) founder Carrie Scrima was introduced to Corigem during a recent visit to Flag Is Up Farms. It was touted as one of the most amazing natural products they had ever used. Carrie began using it with all types of fungi and lacerations of the skin on her animals. “The results were so impressive we had to track down the owners and sign them up for our members!” she said. “The fact that not only was it unbelievably effective, but completely natural and botanical, made it too compelling not to have in our arsenal of great products our members can get at ACTHA prices. At their normal prices Corigem is much lower than the modern remedies I have been using and more effective. But at our ACTHA sponsor price no member can afford to be without it.”

Corigem spokesperson Sue Larson states joining ACTHA as a sponsor is a thrill and will accelerate our outreach to many more pet owners giving them the relief for their animals that they deserve.

Corigem is a topical wound and infection care formula that is strong enough for horses, but gentle enough for your smaller pets. Our line of animal wellness products assist in the healing of a variety of dermatological and auto-immune skin conditions and is sold in the form of a spray and cream. Corigem is harvested from the hives of the African Killer Bees (AKB) in Brazil. It is high in bioflavonoid and amino complexes. It is formulated with industry-leading ingredients that provide performance, purity and compatibility with your animal as well as the environment. See for more information.

The American Competitive Trail Horse Association is based near Austin, Texas, and is one of most popular purveyors of equine events in the world. The 56,000 member and subscriber base is responsible for hundreds of thousands of dollars in charitable contributions annually. Our mission: To create an enjoyable venue showcasing the wonderful attributes of the great American trail horse and granting them the recognition they so richly deserve. To create a registry open to all breeds and a point designation system which will stay with each horse for its lifetime, thereby adding to their value and distinction. To create and enable humane treatment and employment options for horses in need.

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