Supplements can help you bridge the gap between nutrition and any potential issues your horse may have, allowing your horse to function at its best. Supplements are not a substitution for quality feed - a horse still needs access to good forage, and additional calories can be provided as needed through a concentrate, whether it is a grain, complete feed, or ration balancer. What supplements can do is provide targeted ingredients that may address problems your individual horse may be facing.


In performance horses, a significant proportion of lameness is due to arthritis - which makes sense, they're athletes. Look for supplements with glucosamine, chondroitin sulfate, hyaluronic acid, MSM, or any combination of these, to support your horse's joints in a complementary way to your vet's recommendations and treatment protocol.

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Did you know that over 60% of performance horses have gastric ulcers? Always consult with your vet, but a supplement that contains ingredients such as pectin, yeasts, licorice, glutamine, and aloe vera can soothe your horse's sensitive stomach.

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pest control

No horse or human likes being bugged by bugs - and there are supplements to help that! From garlic-based ones that help the horse repel, to scientific ones that alter the development of fly larvae in manure, we have pest-management solutions.

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Do you see your farrier entirely too often? If so, you may want to consider a hoof supplement. The biotin, proteins and minerals found in them can help the horse that doesn't naturally have the best quality hoof.

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sand colic

Does your horse live or eat on sandy soil? If so, he or she may be ingesting sand while they graze or eat. This sand can build up in the digestive tract, causing sand colic. Supplements containing psyllium can be used daily or monthly, depending on your vet's recommendation.

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vitamins & minerals

Is your horse eating less than the recommended amount of fortified feed? Or is he an easy keeper that gets none? These horses still need vitamins and minerals, and supplements are a great way to bridge the nutritional gap without adding extra calories.

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Does your horse have more than one "hole" in their nutritional or situational needs? If so, a multi-purpose supplement can be a one-stop shop. With options that address joint, digestive, muscle, coat, and hoof needs, it can be a simpler way to provide what's needed.

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skin & coat

Does your horse need a glow-up? Mane, tail or coat feeling dry or brittle? A skin and coat supplement can provide proteins and fats that can improve the look and feel of hair, making it stronger, shinier, and glorious to behold!

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  • Updated: 2/17/2021: 2:56:54 PM ET
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