These programs have evolved over time as I've worked with more and more horses, trainers, vets and owners.
designed them according to breed-specific physiology,
activity requirements, product development and
horse is an individual, and may need more or less than described
here. The neat thing about super foods is that their effects are
deep and cumulative because they
work with the horse's body. They don't support one organ or system
at the expense of another like drugs do. They
balance and build the
What if there was a way to build the horse on the inside so purely that he or she would give you steadily improving performances?
And all of this without breaking
the bank or hurting the horse in the long run.In fact, what
if this actually rebuilt the horse at the cellular
level--a sort of equine anti-aging?
The super horse gets better and better because the improvements come from the cell. On the other hand, the drugged horse gets used up and worn out because the improvements are synthetic and contrary to real health.