The National Thoroughbred Racing Association (NTRA) today announced that Suncast Commercial – a USA-based manufacturer of high quality plastic and steel products that include outdoor furniture, waste management products and customized structures – has joined the roster of NTRA Advantage partners.

Based in Batavia, Ill., Suncast manufactures a wide variety of custom wood structures from graceful gazebos to elegant pergolas and pavilions. In addition they provide high-quality outdoor furniture, material handling equipment, job boxes, waste management and a full line of storage cabinets. Suncast currently serves numerous equine facilities ranging from Palm Beach International Equestrian Center (i.e. Wellington) to Tryon International Equestrian Center in North Carolina.

“We have entered into the equestrian world in recognition of its need for superior products to match the incredible strength and style of the equine athletes who bring the variety of equine sports to life,” said Suncast Chief Executive Officer Thomas Tisbo. “Teaming up with NTRA Advantage is a natural as we move to showcase our products across the equine spectrum.”

“Suncast is a world-class company that fits perfectly within our roster of Advantage partners,” said NTRA Advantage Senior Vice President Jeff Burch. “Suncast recognizes the value NTRA Advantage brings to the Equine world through both significant discounts and our reinvestment into the various sports we represent.”

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NTRA Advantage delivers substantial cost savings to members on products and services through local dealers. The roster of nationally known participating vendors includes John Deere, Nationwide Insurance, Valvoline, UPS, Sherwin-Williams, Office Depot/OfficeMax and Hagyard Pharmacy.

NTRA members that have realized savings through NTRA Advantage include racetracks, training centers, owners, breeders and trainers. Organizations that have utilized the discount program also extend well beyond the realm of Thoroughbred racing. These include the American Quarter Horse Association, the U.S. Equestrian Federation, the U.S. Trotting Association, Harness Tracks of America and the U.S. Polo Association.