Lonna in Oregon

Loving Owner of Moose

I am writing to express my pleasure with the Equerry's economy Supplement. I am a professional CHA Certified Riding Instructor and horse trainer located in Springfield, Or. I have four lesson horses in my program , as well as, a couple personally owned.

Over the last 20 years, my family and I have lost 4, highly competitive and expensive horses to colic. Needless to say, I have lived through tremendous loss and am very aware of the levity and mystery of colic.

In October, I purchased a 6 year old AQHA gelding originally from Southern California, originally from Texas, that had never been in 50 degree weather. He did not handle the travel well and was not drinking much. He left 90 degree weather and arrived in Oregon to sheets of rain and a thunderstorm. He refused to drink our Oregon water and was in a lot of shock. The next 2 weeks were very tumultutous. Five vet visits, $2000, and a lot of heartache and anxiety later I decided to try daily electrolytes and probiotics to help his digestive system adjust. After sitting in the aisle at Wilco, comparing labels of every supplement they had I decided to try Equerry's Economy Supplement. It contains higher levels of vitamins, minerals , electrolytes, and probiotics than any other product in that price range or even for more money.

I began feeding Moose Equerry''s. Within 3 days, his water intake had quadrupled!!! Upon this discovery, all of my lesson horse went on it too! They all immediately quadrupled their water intake. As we know, Oregon winters are prime comic weather due to lack of hydration.

in 25 years of handling horses, I have never been so pleased with a product and seen such results. Moose has not had anymore colic episodes since starting him on Equerry's. I oftern have clients and boarders in our barn asking me about supplements. I recommend Equerry's every time and have converted several people to Equerry;s from the competetion.

Thank you Equerry's for a product that WORKS at an affordable price!!! My mind rests slightly easiter in the winter now.