The racehorses that live, train, and race at Jerry Simms’s Turf Paradise are among the most lucrative and respected in the world. Jerry Simms’s Turf Paradise mainly races quarter horses and thoroughbreds. However, there are currently more than 2000 horses of all breeds and sizes living, training, and racing at Jerry Simms’s Turf Paradise.
The website and racing programs for Jerry Simms’s Turf Paradise give all of the most important information about all of the racehorses there. Visitors can check out the website for the names of not only the horses but also the owners, trainers, and jockeys with horses at Jerry Simms’s Turf Paradise. The history of the horses, as well as the parentage, weight, and breed, are all provided at length both online and in the programs handed out at the gates of Jerry Simms’s Turf Paradise.
Many of the racehorses at Jerry Simms’s Turf Paradise have histories of winning top dollar purses in races not only held at Jerry Simms’s Turf Paradise but also at other world-class racing venues in the U.S. The horses at Jerry Simms’s Turf Paradise are among the most elite in the racing industry.
Bringing Racehorses to Turf Paradise
It is true that some racehorses are turned away at the gates of Jerry Simms’s Turf Paradise and not allowed to be housed, trained, or raced there. Jerry Simms ensures that every horse that comes to Jerry Simms’s Turf Paradise is an asset to the venue and not a risk to the other horses that live at Jerry Simms’s Turf Paradise.
Before any horse can be allowed into the barns or racetrack at Jerry Simms’s Turf Paradise, it has to go through a vetting process. The owners will be asked to provide proof of its good health as well as its racing history, ownership, training, and other key details. This vetting guarantees that each horse will be an exciting addition to the longstanding tradition of the best horse racing at Jerry Simms’s Turf Paradise.
Owners are also asked to respect the rules of not allowing unauthorized people into the barns of Jerry Simms’s Turf Paradise. Access to the barns is tightly regulated for the horses’ protection. The property in and around the barns is off-limits to the public who come to take in the races at Jerry Simms’s Turf Paradise.
The Turf Paradise Equine Therapy Pool
One of the most amazing assets found at Jerry Simms’s Turf Paradise is its equine therapy swimming pool. This pool, which was added to Jerry Simms’s Turf Paradise shortly after Jerry Simms acquired the property in 2000, is exclusively available to the horses, owners, and trainers at the facility. Its dimensions measure 30 by 60 by 12 feet, and it holds 144,000 gallons of water.
This state-of-the-art equine therapy swimming pool at Jerry Simms’s Turf Paradise leads the way in rehabilitating, training, and strengthening horses for the racetrack. Few facilities outside of Jerry Simms’s Turf Paradise have anything like this renowned hydrotherapy pool.
It can hold up to six horses and their owners or trainers at a single time. The 144,000 gallons of water provide cushioning but also resistance to the horses as they train and exercise in the pool.
Owners and trainers no longer have to fear putting undue pressure and strain on their horses’ limbs and feet by exercising them outside in an unforgiving courtyard or barnyard. They can now get their horses back into racing condition by exercising them in the hydrotherapy pool available to them at Jerry Simms’s Turf Paradise.
More about Hydrotherapy
Racehorses, whether at Jerry Simms’s Turf Paradise or elsewhere, experience tremendous stress and strain on their feet, legs, bones, and muscles when they race on a dirt track. They are at risk of developing sprains, fractures, and lameness because of this physical hardship. The healthiest of racehorses may soon quickly develop injuries that take them off the racetrack and put their lives in jeopardy.
No owner wants to see a racehorse be put down before its time. With hydrotherapy at Jerry Simms’s Turf Paradise, injured and stressed horses can get back into racing condition without enduring anymore unnecessary pain and pressure put on their bodies.
The water in the hydrotherapy pool at Jerry Simms’s Turf Paradise buoys their bodies, helping take the stress and strain off of their limbs while they exercise. It also provides an element of cushioning and comfort on body parts that otherwise would be in a lot of pain if the horses were being exercised in a barnyard or riding circle.
Scientific studies have proven that hydrotherapy helps injured racehorses overcome devastating injuries like fractures and sprains. The pool at Jerry Simms’s Turf Paradise offers a measure of comfort and care not found elsewhere in the racing industry.