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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful.
Worked wonders for our pony
We have a pony who has suffered from laminitis his entire 25 years. We would allow him some pasture time each day, but after several weeks we would notice him walking gingerly. So, back to confining him with nothing but grass hay. Then, our vet suggested EquiThrive and we tried it to reduce his insulin reaction. At first we kept him confined but added ET. When he had noticeably lost weight and was feeling much better, we gave him some pasture each day. Now, he's doing great and acting like a ten year old. We'll see what happens in the spring when the grass again turns green and lush. But we are hopeful and encouraged.
0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
Made a huge difference for my 20 year old Saddlebred!
By Horse lover
This is an amazing product. My horse has been on it for 6 weeks now. I just reordered it. My horse has bad arthritis in both back hock. I have tried many remedies; I had one hock injected, he's on a joint supplement, and he gets a bute every day. But he was getting stiffer and stiffer. I started him on this supplement, giving the loading dose as recommended. I could see a difference in 5 days. Now, 6 weeks later, he is moving much better. Able to bend his hocks. When I ride him, he is less stiff. More forward. We are trotting more. He is building muscle in his hind legs. I noticed today that he looks taller - I think he is putting on muscle over his back, plus I think he is carrying himself differently because he hurts less. I am really pleased. I highly recommend.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful. See all 41 customer reviews...
By Amazon Customer
I have had horses for decades and used all types of supplements but Equitrive beats all others hands down. It is labeled for joints but its anti-inflammatory effects extend beyond just joints. I have had great success using it for a horse who had metabolism problems that resulted in him being a laminitis risk. He looks like a much younger horse now and no cresty neck.