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Want an Amazing Coat Like This for the Showing Season?

'Belcam Bear' is fed ReadySupp Shine On

‘Belcam Bear’ is fed ReadySupp Shine On

Professional event rider and ReadySupp team member Emma Dougall swears by the ReadySupp Shine On supplement and you can see why. She feeds her horses the linseed-rich blend of herbs and oils to promote the ultimate ‘show’ coat and optimum skin health with unbeatable shine.

Now the showing season is almost upon us and we’ll all be focused on perfect turnout for everything from Pony Club shows to ROR qualifiers, spring is the ideal time to introduce this supplement to a horse’s diet (if it is not being fed already) to ensure the coat is show ring ready. Along with boosting a very visible coat health the formulation helps those horses prone to allergies and those with itchy or sensitive skins who are particularly irritated by insects.

The unique equine formulation includes high levels of the essential amino acid methionine, chelated zinc, copper and biotin. Other skin enhancing ingredients such marigold – also known as calendula, which is high in flavanoids and known for its anti-septic, anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant effects and its ability to reduce skin irritations in humans, plus fish oil, MSM, nettle, B-vitamins and brewer’s yeast help promote the healthiest shine, increased skin elasticity and optimum cellular rejuvenation.

Shine On

If you’d like to try Shine On this month we’re offering 30% off for new customers. Just add the code SOMN15 at checkout when ordering the supplement online.

If you have any questions on equine supplements, and want to improve your horse’s health, performance, or attitude give our friendly team a call 01672 541 157 for advice. We won’t try and hard sell you anything – we promise.

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