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Vision Focusing & Calming Supplement
Formulated specifically to help keep competitive horses focused, calm, composed, and relaxed in stressful situations
Unique combination of seven active ingredients, including magnesium, B vitamins, tryptophan, and Valerian root
Helps manage frightened or unpredictable behavior in horses or nervous habits, such as headshaking
Won’t cause drowsiness or affect performance
Excellent for heavy training, performance activities, competition, racing, and trailering
Available in easy-to-administer single dose paste and pellets
Disclaimer will appear on packaging, marketing materials that recommends checking with associations for testing rules and regulations
Enclosed scoop holds 1 oz. Give one scoop daily per horse, regardless of body weight.
For Performance Horses: Give one scoop one hour before training or competition or as regulations allow.
For Transporting Horses: Give one scoop one hour before loading and one scoop every eight hours, if transporting is prolonged. Size:
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Best Answer: We have found no side effects and we have used for several months. It really has helped to calm our mare down after about an hour. Seems to last for several hours. Does not effect her ability to run barrels or poles at her normal fast speed. It does however calm her down prior to running and during allowing my granddaughter to control her better.
I have a 15 year old appendix qh gelding who is very hot headed and strung out gelding. He acts like he's a young 2 year old racehorse and is very hard to wear down and tire out.Would Vita Flex Vision Pellets be good to try? I only get a couple supplements to try cause i'm located in Canada.
Best Answer: I have a 22 yo OTTB mare that has been on this for approx 2 months. She is a very high strung, spooks easy and was unable to really focus. Once I put her on this she is much more calm when we work. She is still her regular self, but once we're in the arena to work she becomes really focused and my rides that were once really stressful are fun and I look forward to riding her every minute I get. Before each ride she is brought in and I gets time to burn off some energy. I do not lunge her, however I am in control of her direction and she must keep her attention on me. After using Vision this time that she needs is now only about 10 minutes and then we are solidly joined up. I highly recommend this product.
My mare gets a lot of anxiety at arenas especially before a run (calms after the run and once in arena). She also experiences lots of nervousness before and during thunderstorms contributed to witnessing the power of lightning to a tree near the barn when she was young. If you combine both the arena and thunder or firecracker sounds, forget it. I had her bred this year and will be riding at least 4 more months with some competitiion. Are there any studies or does anyone know if product is safe for pregnant mares ? Or should I at this time just try to take edge off with B-1 crumbles since it's just a vitamin ?
Best Answer: I bought for a friend's mare and she eventually sold the mare before she used all of it. It works well on my gelding if I just feed it to him an hour before I ride. I've only had to use it twice. Magnesium is the element that helps calm a horses nerves. But I've found and seen experienced different products work better on some horse. You just have to find the right combo. Raspberry leaves are high in magnesium and are used for that effect. I drank raspberry tea my whole pregnancy. It has multiple health usages.