Sharon Classen served as one of the International Equestrian Federation’s few “Permitted Equine Therapists” at the World Equestrian Games this past week. Her WEG role included helping competitors from across the globe who are not able to bring their own physical therapist. Sharon worked with the American reining team, the Bolivian show jumpers, the Irish Eventers and Para Dressage pairs.
Sharon trusts Ice Horse cryotherapy when treating her high-performance clients.
"Here at WEG using Ice Horse ice packs to treat the athletes... the ice packs are excellent and helping to keep these athletes performing to their best- love them!"
- Sharon Classen, Permitted Equine Therapist
Ice Horse Riders Represented at WEG
Jumpers Earn Gold
An impressive jump round by Ice Horse Rider Laura Kraut and Zeremonie helped the US Team win gold for the first time in 32 years! 🇺🇸 🏅
Driving to Victory
Ice Horse Driver, Chester Weber, and the U.S. team secured their first ever gold medal. Chester also received an Individual Silver in Combined Driving!
Congratulations are in order for Cade McCutcheon and everyone at Tom McCutcheon Reining Horses for the winning the gold medal! 🏅 We are thrilled to be a part of their team!
Congratulations to all our riders! #betterbymiles