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Finish Line Thia-Cal

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32 oz
Less than $0.44/DAY
(32 day supply)

$13.99

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128 oz
Less than $0.20/DAY
(128 day supply)

$25.49

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Product Summary:

Finish Line® Thia-Cal™
 
A powerful B-1 Calcium liquid supplement, Thia-Cal™ is specifically designed to help calm nervous horses. 

Features:
 
·         Does NOT contain Tryptophan, valerian root, or kava kava

·         Will not test positive

·         Prevents washing out before performances and races

·         Conserves energy

·         Helps quiet and relax for optimum performance

·         Available in 32 ounces and 128 ounces
 
 Daily Dose:  2 oz. per 1,000 lbs. for 8 days, then 1 oz. per day thereafter
 
“Due to regulatory concerns from several states and countries, Finish Line® has decided to change the name of its' liquid Thiamine/calcium product from CALM’EM to THAI-CAL. Nothing else about the product has changed. We use the same quality ingredients in the same effective doses. You will see the same results and, as always, it will not test positive in any race or show jurisdictions. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.” – Finish Line
 
INGREDIENTS:
Calcium, min      100mg per 1oz serving
Calcium, max      160mg per 1oz serving
Salt, min            2800mg per 1oz serving
Salt, max           3200mg per 1oz serving
Sodium, min      1000mg per 1oz serving
Sodum, max      1400mg per 1oz serving
Potassium, min   1500mg per 1oz serving
Magnesium, min   100mg per 1oz serving
Thiamine, min       490mg per 1 oz serving
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Have had some success with this product cutting the edge of my gelding. Easy to use and a good price.
PAM T on Sep 3, 2015
Gave this product a try. We didn't see any difference in the mare.
Kitrina M on Nov 5, 2014
Was recommended by friends who have barrel horses with gait issues and they noticed a huge difference when using this product. They even said they only used it part of one season and haven't had to use it since.
Christine H on Nov 8, 2014
used before on a nervous horse and it worked. Need for a different horse.
CINDY S on Nov 5, 2014
Can Thia-Cal be used on a daily basis?
Pat M on Mar 4, 2014
Best Answer: I do with no issues. I found that I didnt have to give my mare as much when she was on it daily to be effective.
Reply · Report · Denver C on Sep 2, 2014
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Do you put in their daily food or dose orally with a syringe?
A shopper on Feb 17, 2015
Best Answer: I added to grain, either daily or just before a show. I never used a syringe, though I'm sure you could if that was your preference. My horse had no issue with the taste though.
Reply · Report · Kayla T on Feb 17, 2015
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What are ingredients.?
A shopper on Sep 1, 2014
Best Answer: Calcium, min 100mg per 1oz serving

Calcium, max 160mg per 1oz serving

Salt, min 2800mg per 1oz serving

Salt, max 3200mg per 1oz serving

Sodium, min 1000mg per 1oz serving

Sodum, max 1400mg per 1oz serving

Potassium, min 1500mg per 1oz serving

Magnesium, min 100mg per 1oz serving

Thiamine, min 490mg per 1 oz serving
Reply · Report · Diann HStaff on Mar 19, 2015
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