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Equitec Placid Rein

Equitec Placid Rein
Placid Rein
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Placid Rein


Manufactured by Equitec Performance Products

Performance horses can be limited by nervous and anxious behavior during training, when out of their normal environment and during competitions.

Equitec Placid Rein contains a blend of natural ingredients that may assist in maintaining the health of the nervous system.

Equitec Placid Rein may be useful where:

  • Grain intake is high
  • Breed related issues - Naturally Highly Strung or Nervous Horse
  • Competition nerves
  • Digestive disorders, liver, hind gut, or lacking enzymes
  • Pain or discomfort
  • Nutritional Deficiencies such as B Group Vitamins, Magnesium, Calcium, Trace Minerals
  • Constitutional Weakness
  • Boredom

The success rate of calming products depends on whether a particular product suits the horse it is administered to eg. a horse with Magnesium deficiency will respond favourably when supplemented with that mineral. The same horse may not respond as favourably if supplemented with B1 or calcium.

Placid Rein contains a wide range of nutrients formulated to collectively provide nutritional support to help cope with the broad spectrum of factors contributing to nervousness and anxiety in performance horses.

Placid Rein may be administered on a daily basis for highly strung nervous horses.

Placid Rein may also be administered short term for pre-event nerves. If your horse suffers from pre-event nerves, supplement with Placid Rein for the 5 days before the event.

Dosage:

1 scoop (~30g) in the morning and evening feed

60g of Placid Rein contains:

Thiamin (B1) 500mg
RiboFlavin (B2) 100mg
Niacin (B3) 100mg
Pantothenic Acid (B5) 200mg
Pyridoxin (B6)100mg
Acid Buff Calcium 5g

 

Placid Rein

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