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What is the best supplements to feed a high aniexty, nervous barrel horse?
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wyoming barrel racer
Reg. Apr 2006
Posted 2019-04-11 2:06 PM (#7426865 - in reply to #7421228)
Subject: RE: What is the best supplements to feed a high aniexty, nervous barrel horse?


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Posted 2019-04-11 2:43 PM (#7426866 - in reply to #7421228)
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I like using B1 Crumbles or Quiessence..Something thats high in Magnesium is great for horses that sounds like yours.

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y_do_i_do_this
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Posted 2019-04-15 11:58 AM (#7427048 - in reply to #7421228)
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Do you think you have issues with ulcers since you are using Koolspeed?  I thought that healed and prevented ulcers?  I'm curious because i was looking into that feed thinking it would help with ulcers.  



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Delta Cowgirl
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Posted 2019-04-15 12:22 PM (#7427051 - in reply to #7421229)
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Liana D - 2019-02-06 1:01 PM Sometimes less is more. That’s a lot of hot feed for a horse. If she’s not being ridden for an hour everyday I’d probably cut out the grain and leave her on the alfalfa and Bermuda. Gastro Plex is a great product. It not only contains herbs to help their stomach but has probiotics to aid digestion. If she’s not holding her weight on Alf. And Bermuda I’d add a good fat supp.


Agree this is a lot of hot feed.  I'd switch to a ration balancer and mostly bermuda / turn-out with just a bit of alfalfa mixed into her bermuda.  Most folks are totally over-feeding their horses.  

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