Wellington, FL – Lauren Tisbo and her Holsteiner mare Twister were in the winner’s circle during the eleventh week of the FTI Winter Equestrian Festival, thanks to their victory in the Absorbine® Myoplast® sponsored 1.30m first timed round class. Tisbo’s win earned her an Absorbine Myoplast tote full of Absorbine products.
Tisbo, a student of Canadian Olympic rider Eric Lamaze’s, was thrilled with her ride on the nine-year-old mare. "When I first got her, she was supposed to be a sales horse, but she turned out to be more difficult than I imagined. I put her into training with Eric and he was riding her," Tisbo said. "Then last summer while Eric was at the Olympics, I started riding her again."
Tisbo said she has only ridden Twister in the 1.30m once or twice before. "The class suits her well. She’s a fiery horse, which is good for speed. She’s a lot of fun when she’s on her game," she said.
Tisbo’s win in the 1.30m division awarded her the highly sought-after tote full of Absorbine products, including Absorbine Myoplast, an amino acid supplement formulated to support muscle performance in horses.
"We are receiving positive feedback from so many riders at the Winter Equestrian Festival who are using Myoplast and finding that it really benefits their horses," said Liz Cohen, Junior Brand Manager at Absorbine. "We are really happy that Lauren won the class and wish her the best of luck during the remainder of the show circuit."
Absorbine Myoplast is available at local tack shops, in catalogs and feed stores. For more information on Absorbine Myoplast, visit the Absorbine website at www.absorbinemyoplast.com.