EnviroEquine & Thoroughbred Makeover Horse

With just about one month to go before Alum and I head off to compete at the Thoroughbred Makeover in Lexington, KY, we are in full show-prep mode! Alum has competed at a local schooling show and performed with flying colors, barely batting an eye at the chaos of the show and warm-up ring. As the training side of things coming together well, one of the things I have had to keep in mind is safeguarding Alum’s health and soundness.

Enviro Equine’s OmegaBalance

While Alum is a pretty easy-keeper, I keep in mind that he had suspensory desmitis (like a sprained ankle, but in his hind suspensory), so I want to make sure that there is no inflammation in that leg moving forward. When I was deciding how to best support a healthy inflammatory response, I knew I wanted to focus on two primary nutrition components: Omega-3 fatty acids and Vitamin E. I also had to consider that Alum would be heading into the show rings in the near future, so a shiny coat would be a huge plus. When I was considering all these factors, one product immediately came to mind: Enviro Equine’s OmegaBalance.

Based on North American-derived, cold-pressed Camelina oil and pumpkin seed oil, OmegaBalance is truly a premium product. It’s relatively-local sourcing, non-GMO ingredients and plant-based ingredients were all deciding factors that turned me towards Enviro Equine’s OmegaBalance oil, rather than other similarly-focused products. I had only introduced the oil into Alum’s diet for a week or so before I started to see the obvious results in his coat and its amplified shine. His leg had remained without inflammation and he is really looking like a show horse now.

Enviro Equine’s ElectroBalance
Enviro Equine’s ElectroBalance

The only other supplement that Alum is on is Enviro Equine’s ElectroBalance. Alum puts his whole heart into everything that he does, and as a result, he sweats freely and abundantly. To help support his recovery, I give him ElectroBalance to replace key electrolytes and organic minerals that he sweats out. His after-workout and next-day stamina has definitely improved, and he always has a healthy water intake, so I’m a happy rider!

With Kentucky quickly approaching, Alum is shaping up to really look and perform like a show horse!




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