Sue Lanyman, Trainer

“We have a very difficult horse in our yard. He is 17.2 and rather large to quarrel with.  He is extremely difficult to train because ANYTHING stresses him and then he will not eat.  We are a small yard and do everything possible to reduce the stress of our horses.  We feed four times a day, and turn the horses in paddocks. Our traveling head lad is a 9hh grey pony, which goes into the stable with them at the races. This 17.2 raw boned horse has been known to try and kill her. He will not be injected, clipped or have his mane touched. Pam Sly recommended we try a magnesium supplement and Nupafeed MAH Calmer has transformed him. We ran out of Nupafeed so fed him another one which we thought would do the same job, but it has not touched him. He is a quivering mass when his tack is put on, he is on hunger strike and he is a git to ride. Today the girl that normally rides him refused to do so again until he is put back on Nupafeed, so an SOS was sent out to you. Now when I see a very agitated horse at the races, I recommend your product to them.”

 

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