When she first saw Charger, Janis thought this rescue horse might be too far gone to save. But thanks to an incredible team and a lot of hard work, Charger is making a remarkable recovery. His owner, Janis, shares their moving story in this letter to Wellpride.
When Alie, a 16-year-old Friesian mare, got Cushing’s Disease, Cathie White consulted with her veterinarian about the best strategy forward. High on her vet’s list? Wellpride. A half year later, Cathie talks about the benefits she’s seen since starting Alie on Wellpride, including an increase in energy, better hock and leg action, and a gleaming coat.
The first summer Lee owned Vegas, a now 9-year-old Hanoverian/Thoroughbred cross, he came down with a severe case of sweet itch. It was so bad, he lost most of his tail due to the constant itching. Looking around for a solution, Lee found Wellpride fish oil for horses. Two years later, his coat is transformed.
Even before she could walk, Devyn says horses have been her passion, and it’s a love affair that has continued to grow through the years. From the time she started taking lessons at age 6, Devyn knew she was hooked. Today, Devyn is getting a degree in Equine Science. And during her non-academic hours, she spends her time riding and caring for Sonny.
When her older horse, Sammy, developed terrible abscesses in his hooves, Donna Cahill was scared she would lose him. But after starting on Wellpride, Sammy began to make a remarkable recovery. Read the story and see the before-and-after pictures of Sammy's hooves.
Follow one beautiful mare and her owner as they discover how Wellpride works its way into the system over the time, and whether it will help solve Ally's spookiness, hoof and digestive problems.
DOUBLE GOLD MEDALIST KAREN O'CONNOR
"We have Teddy, Upstage, Allstar, Hugh Knows, Mandiba and Mamzelle de Dun on Wellpride, and David, Max (my groom) and I are all on Omega Cure. The benefits are multiple and truly noticeable, though each person or horse seems to have one benefit that really rises to the top..."
GOLD AND BRONZE MEDALIST GINA MILES
"McKinlaigh was not only the fastest of the U.S. horses, but he also recovered the fastest and was one of only three clean show jumping rounds. This is a changed horse..."
BRONZE MEDALIST JOHN WILLIAMS
"All of our horses - Carrick, Sloopy, Sweepea Dean and Rebus - are on Wellpride. Their coats look fabulous, and their hooves are growing strong quickly; even Carrick, who has always struggled with skin problems and weak hoof walls..."
"Three months later, I was astonished when I compared his pictures. The skinny, shy, ugly horse I had bought was now replaced with a sleek, happy, nice looking animal."
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..."
"Four months ago my horse Skip was diagnosed with Lymes disease, with joints blown up so badly he could barely walk..."
"I started my favorite polo pony, who is too cool for words but old enough to vote, on Wellpride at the beginning of the season in an effort to keep her playing one more year. She has navicular issues and the accumulated injuries of a former high goal pony, and most years she was lame as often as she was sound..."
"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..."
"George, my 19 year old favorite riding horse, was getting stiff with arthritis and was on expensive meds for his breathing problems. Now after being on Wellpride for three months, it is easy to see that he is moving much better..."
"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 he was in such pain that the vet was debating whether or not Clark should be put down..."