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Leg Up On Protection

Leg protection is a vital part of injury prevention for any equine discipline. No matter what your goals are for you and your horse, one thing is undeniable – their well-being is necessary for you to attain those goals. But… Continue Reading →

Horse Gymnastics: A Necessary Evil

Horse gymnastics exercises are a necessary evil for any show jumper. We spend most of our time jumping gymnastics when riding at home, rather than practicing full jump courses. Every week we set up a different gymnastic and ride the horses… Continue Reading →

Cool Down with Cavalor FreeBute Gel

Horses in strenuous work or actively competing often develop muscular and soft tissue pain over a lengthened period of time. When not treated correctly, these types of repetitive exercise can produce sore muscles, swollen legs, or painful joints. Cavalor’s FreeBute… Continue Reading →

FarmVet Favorite: No Bow Leg Wraps

There are many reasons why your horse might need to wear leg wraps. Whether it’s to keep a wound clean, to keep swelling down during long periods of stall rest, or to support the legs after a hard workout, having… Continue Reading →

Perfect Harmony EQ: Support Healthy Hormone Function

Behavioral issues in horses, particularly those actively competing, can be difficult to manage. Aggression, sullenness, and agitation affect your horse’s attitude and performance and can often be the result of hormonal imbalances. Whether you have a mare, gelding, or stallion that could benefit from hormonal supplementation, Perfect Products has developed Perfect Harmony EQ to help support healthy hormonal function and curtail hormone-related problem behaviors.

Which Equine Calmer is Right for My Horse?

Keep calm and carry on… with the right calmers for your horse! Competitions and travel can be stressful for even the most stoic horses. Loud noises, weather changes, rider nerves, and other factors can distract your horse from his job, making him jumpy or nervous when you are trying to perform in the show ring.

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