Equine Synergy

Chilled Out Cookies



Equine Synergy CHILLED OUT COOKIES For A Calmer Cooler Horse are designed to assist horses during new, challenging or stressful situations such as clinics, competitions, shoeing, and travelling. They may help horses with ongoing stress issues such as herd-bound horses, horses with separation anxiety, or horses with an excessive flight response.

Equine Synergy CHILLED OUT COOKIES For A Calmer Cooler Horse can help alleviate the strain and anxiety caused by box rest, and help to relax a horse that is coming back into training, These treats can also be used to calm a horse that requires bandaging or for other handling challenges.

These cookies contain the “adaptogenic” herb Ashwagandha which, when used regularly, may assist in the rehabilitation of horses with vices such as crib-biting, weaving, wind-sucking or horses that have experienced a previous trauma.

Rich in vitamins, minerals and nutrients, Equine Synergy CHILLED OUT COOKIES For A Calmer Cooler Horse also contain high levels of B vitamins which support a balanced and healthy nervous system. When fed regularly, the “adaptogenic” properties make them a valuable tool in training. They assist in the elimination of unwanted habits and may help a horse learn to adopt new behaviours.

Equine Synergy CHILLED OUT COOKIES For A Calmer Cooler Horse will not make your horse drowsy and in fact Ashwagandha has been shown to actually bolster equine performance. This is because a composed horse will be able to achieve his maximum potential in a calm focused state, and his energy and attention won’t be channelled into anxiety.

★ Contains NO FEI prohibited substances ★






Do you have a specific nutrition-related question? Feel free to ask our nutritionist and, if the question is medical, we will refer the query to our consulting veterinarian.



Read more about how beneficial Equine Synergy supplements can be for common equine ailments and conditions
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