Swiss-based show jumper Jason Smith was one of the first to try the Equine 74 Calmrelax paste. You can read about his experience here.
Jason first decided to try out Equine 74 Gastric when two of his horses had been struggling with stomach ulcers. “I was actually very surprised about how well it worked, because both horses felt and looked better straight away,” Jason tells. “It was an immediate difference. Both of them started to eat better, and there was a noticeable change in their behaviour too as they were much quieter to ride.”
After such good results with Equine 74 Gastric, Jason recently tried out the new Calmrelax paste, which he got from Martina Zahner – Equine 74 Distribution in Switzerland. “On two out of three horses, it had a very good effect – and it was definitely the more sensitive ones with a lot of energy that benefitted the most from it,” Jason tells. “I gave Calmrelax a bit less than 30 minutes prior to jumping, and it worked quickly. The two horses were quieter than normal, as well as being more accepting and willing to do what they normally would find a little difficult. They also sweated less, and their stomachs were better both during and after work.”
Prevention is the keyword when it comes to stomach ulcers in horses. Not only are stomach ulcers costly and time-consuming for you, but your horse also suffers from pain when it has stomach ulcers. Here you can learn how to prevent them effectively.