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An essential range for all horses and ponies, the Nettex Joint Care range of supplements is designed to help maintain healthy joints and muscles.
A healthy joint is much better equipped to cope with the effects of concussion and everyday wear and tear.
The Nettex Joint Care range is made up of a number of different supplements, each will offer fast, long lasting relief and ensure your horse is comfortable and allow him to move with greater mobility and flexibility.
Substi-Bute is a unique and innovative natural supplement. Available as a maintenance powder and a syringe.
Substi-Bute is a formulation which contains a unique combination of ingredients including Curcumin and vitamins C & E, which are thought to be vital anti-oxidants to help support joints and muscles.
Substi-Bute is ideal for all horses, from leisure horses and ponies, hunters, competition horses, polo ponies, showing, showjumping, dressage and older horses too. It can be fed daily and the syringe given before and after strenuous exercise.
Substi-Bute Impact Syringe may help to ease minor bumps and bruises, minimising time off and interference with a horse’s competition schedule. Substi-Bute Maintenance Powder is also ideal for older horses to help maintain comfort and quality of life.
Joint & Muscle Maintenance can be fed to horses and ponies of all ages and disciplines. Helping to maintain healthy joints and muscles is the key to helping reduce the consequences of everyday wear and tear.
The next generation of joint supplements, its V.I.P® formula works synergistically to provide highly bioavailable joint and muscle support to help maximise mobility.
Glucosamine and Chondroitin have long been known to be beneficial as building blocks of joints, however the inclusion of five isolates in Nettex V.I.P® So Sound means that less of the parent compound is required to gain the same effect.
The synergy of joint support, and herbal extracts for comfort will help your horse stay ‘So Sound’.
All Nettex nutritional supplements are tested for naturally occurring prohibitive substances.
To find out more visit www.nettexequine.com
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Finding the right supplement for your horse can be tricky. It might tick one box, but be lacking elsewhere. This is where the creators at Hack Up come in.
Created by List 4 British Dressage judge Alex Gingell, Hack Up's bespoke range uses pure and powerful ingredients to create tailor-made supplements that are specific to your horse.
“As an ex-international event rider, I wish I knew then what I know now,” says Alex. “The comfort of the horse, from digestion to supporting the musculoskeletal system, is vital to getting optimum performance.
"I used to advise professional riders and trainers on which individual ingredients to use for their individual horses and the amounts to feed according to the circumstances when I was with them at their yards."
This idea then developed into a website by Alex’s wife Jayne Gingell, where horse owners can build a supplement that is bespoke to their horse.
How your supplement is created
Hack Up creates supplements by asking a series of questions to build a picture of your horse’s overall wellbeing and individual situation as well as your ambitions as a rider to create bespoke formulations.
As the products are bespoke, they can be easily be changed and adapted to get improved results or emulate changes in the lifestyle or workload.
This digital system is based on pure experience, knowledge and horsemanship skills.
The Hack Up website also offers customers the benefit of spreading the cost of highly competitively priced products, as well as having monthly offers.
Exclusive competition for Your Horse readers
New customers get up to 30% extra FREE product (details throughout the website) and all new Your Horse website visitors who register with Hack Up will be included in a free prize draw to win a Hack Up Bespoke Jacket!*
Contact details for Hack Up at the bottom of this page
*Competition close date 31st March 2018. No minimum order required. Entries are drawn from new Hack Up registrations from Your Horse website visitors. Competition run by Hack Up Ltd.
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Visit the website at hackup.co.uk
Hack Up Ltd. Grove Farm, Barrells Road, Thurston, Suffolk, IP31 3SG E: email@example.com T: 01359 308866 / 07771 924373.
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