Wednesday, March 11, 2015
National HBPA Welcomes Omega Alpha Pharmaceuticals Inc. as New Corporate Sponsor
“I know that many horsemen are already using Omega Alpha products, and I hope this partnership will allow more horsemen to try out their product line,” said NHBPA President Robin Richards. “We look forward to working with Omega Alpha for many years to come.”
Founded in 1992 and approved by Health and Welfare Canada, Omega Alpha makes all of its own products under the high-quality standards of Good Manufacturing Practice, which are the same standards used for modern pharmaceutical products. Omega Alpha also has its own rigid standards that include using only whole, uncut herbs so that the company can verify that no substitutions or alterations have been made. Additionally, Omega Alpha has its own fully functional laboratory to test the quality of the final product.
Omega Alpha offers dozens of equine products to treat a wide variety of conditions and keep horses running at their peak. The company also places a high value on education, and its website includes several equine webinars about important horse health topics. Omega Alpha also presents a monthly “teleseminar” covering a different topic with a Q&A session afterward.
“At Omega Alpha, we are committed to providing the racing industry with natural alternatives to relieve many equine health problems,” said Omega Alpha’s CEO and formulator, Gordon Chang, PhD. “Joining with the NHBPA is a welcome opportunity for us to interact with members who share our philosophy of better health and performance naturally.”
For more information on Omega Alpha, go to omegaalphaequine.com or call toll-free (800) 651-3172 from the U.S. or Canada.
The National HBPA is the largest racing horsemen’s representative association in North America, with 30 affiliate member organizations representing over 30,000 owners and trainers of Thoroughbred racehorses. The National HBPA is proud partners with its corporate sponsors, Big Dee’s Tack & Vet Supplies, equineline.com, Finish Line Horse Products, Horseman Labor Solutions and Omega Alpha Pharmaceuticals Inc.
Posted by National HBPA at 2:14 PM