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Re: FLAIR Strips
The flair strips are just like what the football players use on their noses
to keep their nostrils open. The people ones are called "Breath Right"
nasal strips. My husband uses them for his snoring. The Flair strips are
so new that the endurance world probably doesnt know about them YET :-) I
was wondering when someone might inquire about trying them. I dont see
anything wrong with using them, so far. They arent any different than using
splint boots, bridles or a crupper or carbo charge for that matter. mmmmmmm
food for thought. gesa n clovis(you'd probably put it on wrong and I
wouldnt be able to breath!)
From: EPaloheimo@aol.com <EPaloheimo@aol.com>
To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Wednesday, January 26, 2000 8:07 PM
Subject: RC: FLAIR Strips
>Does anyone know anything about FLAIR Strips and are they used during
>endurance rides? Eva
>Date: Wednesday, January 26, 2000 6:17:56 PM
>From: AOL News
>Subj: California Approves FLAIR(TM) Strips For Horse Racing;...
>California Approves FLAIR(TM) Strips For Horse Racing; Fifteen States are
>Allowing the FLAIR Strip to be Worn
>MINNEAPOLIS, Jan. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- California has approved the use of the
>FLAIR equine nasal strip as equipment for race horses, joining Arizona,
>Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Illinois, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland,
>Michigan, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Texas, and West Virginia in
>allowing the FLAIR strip to be worn during races. The New York State
>and Wagering Board has also approved use of the strip, although its use in
>racing has not yet been allowed by the New York Racing Association.
>The FLAIR strip, developed and manufactured by CNS, Inc. (Nasdaq: CNXS),
>eases the breathing of horses during racing and other high performance
>events. While the states vary on the amount of advance notice required
>regarding which horses are wearing the FLAIR strip, all have agreed that
>is acceptable equipment for horses. In California provisional approval
>allows horses to wear the FLAIR strip in races from March 1 through
>1, 2000, after which usage will be reviewed and evaluated.
>The FLAIR strip helps horses breathe easier and can reduce internal
>associated with exercise-induced pulmonary hemorrhage (EIPH). "We are
>pleased to see that so many states are embracing a product that we
>in November at the Breeders' Cup," said Daniel Cohen, CEO of CNS, Inc. "It
>is a drug-free product designed to promote the health and welfare of
>Clinical trials testing the FLAIR strips were conducted at Kansas State
>University. The trials indicated that horses wearing the FLAIR nasal strip
>used 5% less energy at high speed and during recovery. The strips can also
>reduce the amount of internal bleeding caused by EIPH. This finding is
>especially important in the racing world because EIPH affects most
>The FLAIR equine nasal strip can be ordered over the phone by calling
>CNS, based in Minneapolis, designs, manufactures and markets consumer
>products, including the Breathe Right(R) nasal strip. The Breathe Right
>strip improves nasal breathing. It can provide temporary drug-free relief
>nasal congestion due to colds and allergies, and of breathing difficulties
>due to a deviated septum, and can be effective in eliminating or reducing
>snoring. More information is available on the Internet at:
>Some of the information contained in this news release is forward-looking
>subject to certain business risks as described in the company's filings
>the Securities and Exchange Commission, including its annual report as
>incorporated by reference in its 1998 Form 10-K. This news release
>forward-looking statements, which include risks and uncertainties.
>SOURCE CNS, Inc.
>CO: CNS, Inc.
>ST: Minnesota, California, Arizona, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Illinois,
> Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, New Mexico, Oklahoma,
>Pennsylvania, Texas, West Virginia
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