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Using GastroElm Plus Prior To Horse Shows

Posted by Michael Peterson on

One thing we hear quite often is a horse that seems to be fine on a day to day basis, but shows signs of anxiety, distress and other changes in demeanor when attending a horse show.  Other customers have commented that these types of changes occur when simply loading into a trailer or even tacking up.  Some horses (including ours) can go so far as displaying signs of colic after leaving for the day to attend training or a show. In most cases these are signs of an underlying condition that is aggravated by excess stomach acid during periods of...

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