May help with discomfort associated with normal daily exercise and activity.
Directions for Use
Administer at the rate of three ounces (85 grams) per day. Each 1/2 cup scoop will provide three ounces (by weight) when filled to "level". Feed one (1) level scoop per day.
Per Three (3) Ounce Serving
Magnesium, Mg (min)
Selenium, Se (min)
Vitamin E, (min)
Milled Flaxseed, Sodium Bicarbonate, Magnesium Oxide, Vitamin E, Selenium Yeast Complex, Calcium Carbonate, Natural Flavoring
Labeling, Warnings, Cautions, & Misc.
Attention: Contains Sodium Bicarbonte, an ingredient which may not be legal for use in all equestrian sports--particularly thoroughbred racing. Always check with your sanctioning body prior to use in competition/sport horses.
Customer Reviews 1 item(s)
- The best product I've tried for tight muscles
I have a draft cross that is prone to tight muscles. His dam has PSSM, and my gelding is prone to back soreness (cold back) and tight muscles in his neck and hindquarters. I received a free sample of this and was impressed. I ran out and saw a huge difference when I tried going back to my old supplement combo, so I have just re-ordered and will continue to feed this product in the future. With the Horsetech TUP, my geldings gait is more fluid and flexible, his stride is longer, his back is more resilient when conditioning under saddle, and he is more willing to take and hold a canter on a circle. He is just much happier overall. I have tried many different supplements and combination of supplements, but this has been the most effective by far. It's also the most cost effective, because I reduce or eliminate several other supplements I was using. My gelding willingly eats the powder mixed in with his regular feedings, or I sometimes just wet some alfalfa pellets and mix it in to give him a nutritious "treat". I am so grateful to have found this supplement, and I believe my horse is much happier and more comfortable, which makes our rides more enjoyable and he is much happier to see me with a saddle, compared to when his muscles were so tight and probably sore....
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