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Date Posted: 11:29:27 11/15/06 Wed
Author: H.Marie
Subject: Calming supplements

On the topic of supplementation...I was wondering if anyone has experience with calming supplements? I got to thinking after reading a review on SmartPak.com for Quiesscence...it was by a Friesian Owner who used it for her gelding after a recommendation by another Friesian owner.

Now, my gelding is young, strong, spooky and is susceptable to "censory overload" and thus has trouble focusing an standing still. He also doesn't have much confidence under saddle so he tenses up. BUT he's not a bad horse...he's not flighty, high-strung, aggressive et cetera so I feel a little bad putting him on a calming food.

Should I give it a try and see if it helps him to focus and relax?

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