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Suggested calming supplements ?
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karakohutek
Reg. Apr 2011
Posted 2014-02-01 10:41 PM (#6929143)
Subject: Suggested calming supplements ?


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I have a 6 yr old mare who has been many places with me from south Texas to Northern California and hauls like a champ no issues whatsoever. No stomach ulcers but everything is a monster, she LOOKS for monsters!!! and it's almost like she is always on edge waiting for something to eat her. I am currently using mare magic and it takes a little edge off. But I was curious if there was anything y'all would recommend giving her whether it be feed through or a paste I would like to stay away from drugs just as a personal preference! Any suggestions are appreciated !!! Thank you for your time:)
-Kara
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shilohorse
Reg. May 2011
Posted 2014-02-01 11:38 PM (#6929155 - in reply to #6929143)
Subject: RE: Suggested calming supplements ?


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animal element detox as a daily supplement really helped mine who was really hot and nervous- he is a dream now plenty of energy still but not nervous - also when I am running barrels for a few days in a row somewhere that seems to get him back a little jittery so I use 20 cc animal element in the zone paste and it helps a lot but doesn't take the run out- everything they make is human grade and natural- best products I have ever used
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FlyingHigh1454
Reg. Oct 2013
Posted 2014-02-02 12:05 AM (#6929162 - in reply to #6929143)
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We put hormone implants in my barrel mare and she was a totally different horse. A huge improvement! All it takes is about a week layoff right after you get them and then they are good to go. We replace them every 5 months (which can vary between horses), and it takes less layoff after the first application (only took 3 days this last time for them to heal enough). It works better than any supplements or pastes we have tried, and it is completely safe. (not dangerous or annoying like regumate). They are placed in 3 spots on the neck under their mane.

Before the implants, she was spooky and would change at a moments notice in personality. So it may be worth a thought.
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ladyjockey
Reg. Jun 2007
Posted 2014-02-02 10:01 AM (#6929226 - in reply to #6929143)
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check on womenandhorses.com on the inbalance esstential oils, and the massages used on their nostrils has DVD to show. I use this and has really helped my young horses.

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Junior
Reg. Mar 2006
Posted 2014-02-02 12:43 PM (#6929280 - in reply to #6929143)
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 WWW.PERFORMANCEEQUINEUSA.COM
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Honeymoney
Reg. Apr 2012
Posted 2014-02-02 1:21 PM (#6929292 - in reply to #6929280)
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Acculife ION patches--amazing!!
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Frizzy Lindsay
Reg. Jan 2010
Posted 2014-02-02 6:31 PM (#6929393 - in reply to #6929143)
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Equine Chill does wonders and I highly recommend it.
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3rdtimesacharm
Reg. Dec 2003
Posted 2014-02-02 10:38 PM (#6929554 - in reply to #6929143)
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 707 calming essentials

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jojammer
Reg. Feb 2011
Posted 2014-02-02 11:46 PM (#6929578 - in reply to #6929143)
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What do raspberry leaves do for a mare? Is that right? Don't they do something for this?
I'm a lot of help.
You're welcome! lol
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Cowgirl Kat
Reg. Aug 2013
Posted 2014-02-03 12:48 PM (#6929875 - in reply to #6929143)
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THE Calming Cookies or THE Calming Powder. Easy to use and convenient
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sbarmfarm
Reg. Oct 2007
Posted 2014-02-04 11:31 AM (#6930620 - in reply to #6929143)
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Animal Element Detox - improves focus and hormonal support.. as a daily supplement

Animal Element's In The Zone paste is great for prn (when needed) -  hauling/ shows etc - increased focus, coats the stomach, electrolytes etc
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3canzup
Reg. Oct 2011
Posted 2014-02-05 12:02 PM (#6931349 - in reply to #6929280)
Subject: RE: Suggested calming supplements ?



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I use Performance Equine products , helps my mare a lot .
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