association for prohibited substances, as sometimes even herbal formulas can
show up as a positive test that will disqualify you from competition.
Before diving headlong into a complex routine of supplements, consult with
your vet to make sure you’re on the right track.
Managing Editor HOLLY CACCAMISE has an M.S. in animal science with a specialization in equine
nutrition and exercise physiology..
health concerns, including joint support, immune health, losing weight
and colic, so senior supplements are
usually an all-in-one formulation with
Check labels to compare ingredients to make sure you choose one
that addresses your particular senior’s
concerns without overlapping anything else you’re already giving him.
Always feed supplements from a
reputable manufacturer, such as
those that have applied for the seal
of approval from the National Animal Supplement Council (NASC).
This symbol provides quality assurance that your horse will be getting
the active ingredients specified on
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