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Caution! Hidden Dangers Ahead

When you’re traveling with your horse, there are more risks to watch out for than what’s on the road in front of you. That’s why we’re sharing four ways that traveling can affect your horse’s health, and how you can

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Give Your Horse Some Summer Lovin’ Now & Later: Hindgut Support

• During the summer, it might be common for your horse to experience sudden changes in exercise or activity level, like an increased workload during a horse show, or a drop in work when you go on vacation (lucky!). Unfortunately,

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Give Your Horse Some Summer Lovin’ Now & Later: Gastric Support

• Common summer barn events like training, traveling, and competing can increase your horse’s risk for gastric issues. • A stressed stomach can negatively impact your horse’s health, attitude, and performance, which can cause big problems when you’re trying to

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Give Your Horse Some Summer Lovin’ Now & Later: Skin & Coat Support

• Nothing is more fun than having a spa day and giving your horse a bath, but too much bathing with shampoo can strip the natural oils away from your horse’s coat and make it look dull. • To help

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Give Your Horse Some Summer Lovin’ Now & Later: Hoof Support

• Between frequent bathing and the other shifts between wet and dry environments that your horse’s hooves go through every day, they could be at risk for cracks and other structural problems. • In addition to that, horses that spend

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Give Your Horse Some Summer Lovin’ Now & Later: Senior Joint Support

• Whether your senior spends his days roaming a pasture or has been working hard all summer, his joints are experiencing the wear and tear that come with activity. • His joints have already been under stress and strain for

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Give Your Horse Some Summer Lovin’ Now & Later: Joint Support

• Whether you’ve been heading out on long trail rides or traveling to horse shows on the weekend, your horse has been working hard all summer and his joints are under stress. • While your horse’s joints are designed to

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Give Your Horse Some Summer Lovin’ Now & Later

The only thing better than summer adventures with your horse is thinking about the years of adventures yet to come. The best way to have fun now and later is to give your horse the support he needs to stay

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SmartFlex: Now with more bang for your buck!

I’ve been involved with our line of SmartSupplements™ in some capacity since we formulated the very first products back in 2005. It’s been an amazing ride to see “Smarts”, as they’re affectionately known around here, grow from five to more

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The Spring Survival Guide

Ticks are more than just a creepy, crawly nuisance—they can be hazardous to the health of your horse, transmitting a variety of serious diseases. Luckily, we’ve got three simple steps to help you avoid troublesome ticks. Step 1: Protect your

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3 Common Health Problems That Can Ruin Your Ride

We’ve all had those days where we get on our horses and hope that it won’t be one of “those” rides again. Luckily, there’s more you can do than start your rides with your fingers crossed! We’ve identified three of

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Get It All In One

Our SmartCombo line makes it easy to give your horse ingredients to support his joints, hooves, hindgut, and more with one simple supplement that saves you up to 25% every month. Learn more about our SmartCombo formulas

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How It Works: Ingredients to support your horse’s hindgut

How it works: Probiotics are microscopic organisms that help break down food in the hindgut and are responsible for the production of energy and some vitamins. Prebiotics are sources of non-digestible, soluble fiber that serve as food for probiotics, keeping

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Top 5 Tips for Helping Lower Your Horse’s Colic Risk

Colic is a potentially deadly and unfortunately common condition that affects horses of all ages, breeds, and disciplines. In fact, the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) estimates 900,000 horses will colic each year in the U.S. alone. But with

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How it works: Ingredients to support your horse’s stomach

How it works: Calcium and magnesium help neutralize the gastric acid that your horse’s stomach is constantly producing. L-Glutamine and sea buckthorn help support the integrity and resilience of stomach lining. Lecithin protects gastric tissue by forming a barrier between

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