Quick Tip: Riding in Freezing Temperatures, By Kentucky Performance Products

If you’re wondering about riding when the mercury plummets, take a look at this quick tip from Kentucky Performance Products.

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When the temperatures drop below freezing, opt out of strenuous work and choose other activities for your four-legged partner.

Research showed horses that galloped in temperatures below 40 degrees Fahrenheit presented with lung inflammation. Horses exposed to the same temperatures and not exercised presented with no evidence of inflammation. Horses suffering from heaves are at greater risk of lung inflammation in cold weather.

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Challenge: Winter weight loss

Solution: Equi-Jewel®, a high-fat, low-starch and -sugar formula developed to safely meet the energy needs of your horse.

Whether you have a hard keeper that needs extra calories to maintain his weight, or a top performance horse that needs cool energy to perform at her peak, Equi-Jewel can meet your horse’s energy needs. Equi-Jewel reduces the risk of digestive upset, supports optimal muscle function, maintains stamina, and helps horses recover faster after hard work, all while providing the calories your horse needs to thrive.

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Have you grabbed your winter running horse stickers?  Check them out at KPPusa.com/winter.