The United States Eventing Association, Inc. (USEA) is excited to announce the return of longtime sponsor Auburn Laboratories, Inc. as an “Official Silver Level Sponsor of the 2023 USEA American Eventing Championships (AEC).” Auburn Labs will provide bottles of their signature APF (Advanced Protection Formula) to be given as prizes to first, second, and third place winners in all 24 divisions at the Championships. The 2023 AEC will take place from Aug. 29 through Sept. 3 at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, Kentucky.
“For more than 20 years, Auburn Laboratories, Inc., has been the choice of top equestrians to support the health and performance of their equine partners,” said Joy Van Noy, President of Auburn Labs. “Our formulas provide unrivaled support for immune function and gastric health, protection of muscle, bone, and energy production, increased endurance and faster recovery. APF Pro – the choice of champions.”
Auburn Labs is most well-known for their Advanced Protection Formula, also known as APF, which is one of the most advanced natural herbal formulas available for use in equines, canines, and livestock. APF is the only natural herbal formula backed by university-level research, and it provides unequaled protection of both the immune system and cellular metabolism. There are three versions of the product that are available for horses: APF, APF Plus which encourages calming and focus, and APF Pro which provides additional support for protection and performance.
“The USEA would like to thank Auburn Labs for their continued support of the USEA and the AEC,” said USEA CEO, Rob Burk. “The APF line of products are highly regarded by our members, and the company’s commitment to the sport of eventing has been consistent for many years. If you’re lucky enough to receive a bottle of APF as a prize at the AEC, make sure to give it a try!”
To learn more about Auburn Laboratories, Inc. at auburnlabs.com.
Joy Van Noy
PO Box 147
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