AQHA renews contract with SmartPak, AQHA's official joint supplement provider and supplement feeding system.

The American Quarter Horse Association
June 7, 2013


AQHA renews contract with SmartPak.

The American Quarter Horse Association renewed its contract with SmartPak, the official joint supplement provider and supplement feeding system of AQHA.

SmartPak currently has eight different SmartSupplement joint products available designed to work better, taste better and save you money.

As an AQHA member benefit, AQHA members save 5 percent on all SmartPak purchases. SmartPak carries more than 300 supplements and popular products from other AQHA corporate partners including Farnam, Adequan, Zoetis, Merial, Professional’s Choice, Justin, Wrangler and WeatherBeeta.

“We are delighted to be partnering with AQHA and look forward to working with members across the country to help them manage the challenges of bringing their horses to top health and performance,” said Paal Gisholt, president and CEO of SmartPak. “The SmartPak supplement service is used by thousands of AQHA members and their American Quarter Horses, and we are proud to be their trusted partner in the care of their horses.”

In addition to their joint supplements, two other SmartPak SmartSupplements carry the designation of official AQHA products. SmartSox, a unique product that supports proper blood flow in the hoof, is the official hoof soreness supplement of AQHA. SmartTendon, which provides a proprietary blend of ingredients that promote strong and resilient tendons and ligaments, is the official tendon support supplement of AQHA.

SmartPak is the title sponsor of the SmartPak West AQHA Novice Championship Show and a joint sponsor of the Built Ford Tough AQHYA, Adequan Select and AQHA world championship shows.

For more information about SmartPak and the rest of AQHA’s partners, visit www.aqha.com/partners.

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