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The Syracuse Invitational Sporthorse Tournament featuring the 127th National Horse Show announces that Adequan is the presenting sponsor of the free Invitational Tournament live Webcast

Written by: Phelps Media Group, Inc.
Client: National Horse Show
Release Date: 2010-10-28

Cazenovia, NY - October 28, 2010 - The Syracuse Invitational Sporthorse Tournament featuring the 127th National Horse Show is proud to announce that Adequan is the presenting sponsor of the free Invitational Tournament live Webcast. Now, individuals who can only attend some of the competitions or those who unfortunately do not have the ability to come to the tournament will be able to watch each class. Equestrian Sport Television is providing the 2010 webcast and a new beta option for this year, allows a limited number of Individuals with an I-Phone to have an opportunity to watch the webcast through a new download application.

As a great partner in the industry, Adequan strategically seeks innovative ways to provide support to groups and organizations while expanding brand knowledge. The Adequan Webcast at Syracuse is a continuation of that philosophy. During the five event days of the 2009 Tournament, 41,953 viewers watched the competition for an average of 37 minutes. “We are very excited to work with an organization that is 100% committed to showcasing the horse,” stated Allyn Mann, Senior Manager with Luitpold Pharmaceuticals, Inc., the makers of Adequan®. “This live web cast is another creative way to reach a much broader audience and allow them the opportunity to see this high level competition”.

Adequan® i.m. (POLYSULFATED GLYCOSAMINOGLYCAN) is the #1 used intramuscular joint treatment for horses that is widely preferred by veterinarians and horse owners in the equine sports industry. FDA-approved Adequan® i.m. is the only product that is scientifically proven to stop the destructive cycle and repair the damage caused by traumatic joint dysfunction. Please visit for more information.

Each year the Syracuse Invitational Sporthorse Tournament hosts a comprehensive schedule of educational clinics, demonstrations and activities. The 2010 Educational Theme is Health and Wellness of the Human and the Equine Athlete and Adequan is providing their expertise in this area. On Saturday, November 6th from 4:30 – 5:30, Dr. Victoria R. Maxwell, Technical Services Veterinarian for Luitpold Pharmaceuticals, will conduct a lecture/workshop on “Understanding and Managing Joint Disease in the Equine Athlete”. “Our entire corporate philosophy centers on education and the importance to help the horse owner better understand how to care for the health and well-being of their animals”, states Allyn Mann.

Highlights of the 2010 Invitational Tournament include the $100,000 Detwiler Fenton FEI World Cup Qualifier of Syracuse presented by G & C Farm, the $80,000 Sporthorse Cup presented by Copernicus Stables, the NEW Atlas Fence Local Competition Day, the National Horse Show ASPCA Maclay Championship, the $60,000 Spy Coast Farm High Junior/Amateur- Owner Jumper Championship and the NEW $50,000 Hunter Classic presented in honor of Charlie Weaver.

Competition tickets are on sale for the Syracuse Invitational through the Oncenter Box Office (315-435-2121) and Ticketmaster. There is a comprehensive schedule of events, activities and competitions throughout the week and most are FREE. For a full list of events and updates to the schedules visit

The Syracuse Invitational Sporthorse Tournament is a 501(c) 3 not-for-profit organization that benefits Cornell University Equine Hospital and Vera House.

The National Horse Show was founded in 1883 at the original Madison Square Garden. As America’s oldest indoor horse show and a 501(c) 3 not-for-profit organization, the show provides financial aid to many worthwhile charities. For more information on the National Horse Show, please visit


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