DFW Infrared Announces Participation in the Upcoming National Cutting Horse Association Summer Spectacular

Fort Worth, TX, July 01, 2010 --(PR.com)-- DFW Infrared announces participation in the upcoming event, the National Cutting Horse Association Summer Spectacular. DFW INFRARED provides infrared scanning services which includes infrared scans of horses to customers in the central north Texas area. The National Cutting Horse Association Summer Spectacular is being held at Will Rogers, Fort Worth between July 11 & July 31, 2010. The NCHA Summer Cutting Spectacular is the final leg of the NCHA Triple Crown of Cutting. Also for 4, 5 & 6-year olds, the Summer Cutting Spectacular is contested over 20 days in July. It offers a total purse of over $2 million. The NYCHA Convention and Scholarship Cutting are held in conjunction with the Spectacular which brings the youth of the NCHA to the Western Mercantile in full force.

Before Thermography, Veterinarians could only locate problems using traditional methods such as observation and palpation. Now, using advanced EquineIR™ thermography, abnormalities present stressed tissues even before damage occurs. This methodology has been developed and refined over the past twenty-five years and has been proven to be an effective imaging technique for the following: Pre-Purchase, Hoof Balancing, Saddle Fit, Track Footing, Pre-Race, Joint Inflammation and General Diagnostics. Since animals cannot speak, it has been difficult for caretakers to truly identify hidden or masked conditions. Now with infrared thermal imaging, many of these physiological and anatomical issues are exposed at a much earlier stage. Early detection equals early prevention. Anatomical imaging, such as x-rays, cannot detect soft tissue conditions. Physiological imaging such as infrared imaging has the ability to recognize soft tissue conditions and areas that are indicative of anatomical issues.

At the National Cutting Horse Association Summer Spectacular, DFW Infrared (www.DFWEquineIR.com) will provide information on the value of infrared thermography scans for horses and will demonstrate how infrared can detect potential health problems and injuries in horses.

Equine IR™ is owned by United Infrared, Inc. (UI) (www.unitedinfrared.com), a North Carolina Corporation which provides applications-specific resource systems for contractors of infrared thermographic services. UI is owned by Greg Stockton and Peter Hopkins and was created to help contractors add infrared technologies to their business.

For more information on National Cutting Horse Association Summer Spectacular please visit http://www.nchacutting.com/. For more information on DFW Infrared, please visit http://www.dfwequineir.com/.

For more information about EquineIR™ and United Infrared, Inc. please visit www.equineir.com and www.unitedinfrared.com or call 888-SCAN-4-IR.

DFW Infrared
Keith Dibley