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ndracer3
Reg. Sep 2010
Posted 2020-10-12 6:51 AM
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Anyone used Equinety for navicular? 

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Pinky
Reg. Nov 2019
Posted 2020-10-12 12:11 PM
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ndracer3 - 2020-10-12 6:51 AM


Anyone used Equinety for navicular? 


Im very interested too. Has anyone used it for anything?  Ive read rave reviews but bordeline "too good to be true".  I ordered some to see if it would help one of my thin soled, but not navicular, horses.  

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GLP
Reg. Oct 2013
Posted 2020-10-12 1:42 PM
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Pinky - 2020-10-12 12:11 PM


ndracer3 - 2020-10-12 6:51 AM


Anyone used Equinety for navicular? 



Im very interested too. Has anyone used it for anything?  Ive read rave reviews but bordeline "too good to be true".  I ordered some to see if it would help one of my thin soled, but not navicular, horses.  


Could let us know how it worked? I have thin soled horses and I am at my wit's end about getting those soles thicker. 

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simplytaylor16
Reg. Jul 2019
Posted 2020-10-13 5:49 AM
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ndracer3 - 2020-10-12 7:51 AM


Anyone used Equinety for navicular? 


I have not used it for navicular, but judging on everything else it apparently does it wouldn't surprise me if it didn't help navicular much. The only thing it really did for my horse is helped his gut out a little but I wasn't going to pay $100 a tub just for that. Another person I know used it to help their horse fill out, which I think it did some but it is amino acids so I would expect that. I do not think it is a miracle worker like it advertises. However I only used it on one horse so maybe my horse just didn't need the extra amino acids equinety has. 

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Dirt Dobber
Reg. Jun 2009
Posted 2020-10-13 7:41 AM
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I tried it without any response at all but to be fair she was only slightly responsive to pain meds and injections.  I gave it several months.

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Pinky
Reg. Nov 2019
Posted 2020-10-14 11:11 AM
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Im going to put my thin soled horse on it and not tell the farrier so sort of a blind scientific experiment :)  after a couple of shoeings Im going to see if he notices a difference on his own.  If he doesn't then I will ask him if theres any difference. Hes a man of few words so he may not offer anything without me asking.  

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pearl
Reg. Apr 2004
Posted 2020-10-15 9:15 PM
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I've had my horses on it quite awhile and haven't seen any results. I have a mare with thin soles

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