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Wellpride Spooky Photo Contest

Love dressing up together with your four-legged best friend? If that’s you, get into the fun of the fall season by snapping a photo together with your horse, and sharing it on the Wellpride Facebook page! The best costumed horse and human will win one bottle of Wellpride (for the equine partner) and one bag

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Rider Health: Making Every Number Count

Athletes who compete in equestrian sports understand the importance of numbers. Whether it’s counting strides into a fence, the beats per minute after a cross country or endurance test, or earning a dressage score percentage, every number counts towards the best interests of their horse. But are American riders the best stewards of their own

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Using Omega-3s to Treat Laminitis in Horses

What Is Laminitis? Laminitis is one of the most devastating conditions for horses and horse owners alike. Painful inflammation starts in the “laminar interface” hoof tissues, which connect the coffin/pedal bone to the interior hoof wall. As laminitis develops, this attachment starts to wear away, causing the coffin bone to shift and point towards the

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Sonic Bob’s Story

"Wellpride fish oil for horses is a fantastic product, it has helped my horse Sonic Bob tremendously. He is a very old horse with severe arthritis (rated 7 out of 10 in severity with ringbone, per vet, I've had him x-rayed), and I have been trying him on a host of joint supplements for over a year, searching for something that would help him. I have even tried steroid injections, to no avail..."

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Ivy’s Story

"I am normally a skeptical soul when it comes to any type of supplements, but I am impressed with how Wellpride has given relief to my horse Ivy. Two months ago my veterinarian from Rood and Riddle, Dr.Brian Fraley, recommended that I put Ivy, my four year old Friesian mare, on Wellpride..."

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Clark’s Story

Clark, a 23-year-old quarter horse, flinched with pain as Dr. Sally Wade led her pride and joy out of the stall and onto the cement walkway. His hooves had been excruciatingly tender for four weeks now. Over the past 12 years, the farrier had struggled with keeping Clark’s horseshoes from falling off his feet. Now

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