Water Alone, Can Cause More Harm

Most of you know, there is a fine balance of water and electrolytes needed, for appropriate cooling of a horse’s body. An imbalance or a depletion of electrolytes, can lead to premature muscle-fatigue, reduced stamina, muscle cramps, poor exercise recovery, tying up, and thumps.

2Horses sweat at very high rates (up to 3 to 4 gallons per hour!) which is great for keeping their body from over-heating, but the downside is the heavy loss of electrolytes and body fluids. So what are electrolytes exactly? — They’re minerals that are dissolved in body fluids, and are vital for a wide range of body functions such as the regulation of all body fluids, nerve impulses, muscle health, heart function, movement of food and water through the gut, and the filtering of waste through the kidney and liver. You probably know that sodium is somehow involved, but what else, and what do they do?

  • Sodium (27% ) helps balance the body water levels and maintain blood pressure.
  • Chloride (56%) is required to maintain the balance of acids and bases.
  • Potassium (15%) helps balance the fluid inside the cells and is vital for optimum muscle, heart, and kidney function. Potassium loss decreases muscles’ strength, tone, and ability to contract.
  • Calcium is essential for maintaining normal, controlled skeletal and heart muscle contractions and excessive losses can result in a condition called ‘heaves’. Calcium also builds bones and teeth and contributes to normal function of heart, nerves, muscle and blood clotting.
  • Magnesium is important for normal muscle function, bone formation, and reducing nervous behavior.

With each electrolyte having a specific function, an imbalance or a loss of a particular electrolyte can affect the horse in a variety of ways, and it’s good to familiarize yourself with symptoms. For example, the loss of sodium, chloride, potassium, or magnesium greatly disrupts the functioning of nerve and muscle tissue. The loss of both sodium and potassium rapidly decreases thirst and appetite and so actually delays re-hydration. The loss of calcium and magnesium can lead to ‘thumps’.

Preloading of electrolytes, 1-4 hours before competition, can increase time of reaching fatigue, by up to 23%. However, if they’re administered any earlier, the extra nutrients will simply be excreted, before they’re needed.

When administering HQelectrolytes, it is vital that they be administered with water. Administering large single doses of electrolytes, such as an oral paste, can cause further dehydration. Likewise, trying to rehydrate a horse with water alone will also delay the hydration process. The body monitors and controls fluid volume by responding to the sodium concentration of body fluids. A decrease in sodium concentration due to electrolyte loss will signal to the horse that it is not thirsty. Giving water to a horse that has just undergone a lot of sweating will dilute the sodium concentrations further and cause the horse to stop drinking.

This is where Electrolyte Powders and Horse Quencher come in, to save the day! Electrolyte powders are created to mix with water, to replenish your horse’s mineral levels. But what if your horse won’t drink? Well, you lead them to it, and Horse Quencher will make them drink it! — No, really!

We’ve all had that one horse that refuses to drink when in a new barn, when the water tastes different, when the weather changes, when traveling…Wouldn’t it be nice to get your horse to drink water on command? Add Horse Quencher to water, stir, and serve. It has a 99% acceptance rate, and it’s 100% guaranteed.  Horse Quencher is not an electrolyte supplement, but it pairs well with them, and horses love it! I know it sounds a little far-fetched, so go ahead, read the reviews and testimonies!

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Keeping Your Horse Healthy Through Training Season

Most of you know, there is a fine balance of water and electrolytes needed, for appropriate cooling of a horse’s body. An imbalance or a depletion of electrolytes, can lead to premature muscle-fatigue, reduced stamina, muscle cramps, poor exercise recovery, tying up, and thumps.

Horses sweat at very high rates (up to 3 to 4 gallons per hour!) which is great for keeping their body from over-heating, but the downside is the heavy yinyangloss of electrolytes and body fluids. So what are electrolytes exactly? — They’re minerals that are dissolved in body fluids, and are vital for a wide range of body functions such as the regulation of all body fluids, nerve impulses, muscle health, heart function, movement of food and water through the gut, and the filtering of waste through the kidney and liver.

Preloading of electrolytes, 1-4 hours before competition, can increase time of reaching fatigue, by up to 23%. However, if they’re administered any earlier, the extra nutrients will simply be excreted, before they’re needed.

When administering HQelectrolytes, it is vital that they be administered with water. Administering large single doses of electrolytes, such as an oral paste, can cause further dehydration. Likewise, trying to rehydrate a horse with water alone will also delay the hydration process. The body monitors and controls fluid volume by responding to the sodium concentration of body fluids. A decrease in sodium concentration due to electrolyte loss will signal to the horse that it is not thirsty. Giving water to a horse that has just undergone a lot of sweating will dilute the sodium concentrations further and cause the horse to stop drinking.

This is where Electrolyte Powders and Horse Quencher come in, to save the day! Electrolyte powders are created to mix with water, to replenish your horse’s mineral levels. But what if your horse won’t drink? Well, you lead them to it, and Horse Quencher will make them drink it! — No, really!

We’ve all had that one horse that refuses to drink when in a new barn, when the water tastes different, when the weather changes, when traveling…Wouldn’t it be nice to get your horse to drink water on command? Add Horse Quencher to water, stir, and serve. It has a 99% acceptance rate, and it’s 100% guaranteed.  Horse Quencher is not an electrolyte supplement, but it pairs well with them, and horses love it! I know it sounds a little far-fetched, so go ahead, read the reviews and testimonials!

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Give your horse HQ before you ride….

Horse Quencher is a product you didn’t even know you needed! It is a must have. I keep a bag in my trailer and one in my tack room. My favorite use is before traveling with my equine partners. I fix them a bucket of water with Horse Quencher before we hit the road. I know when we arrive they are well hydrated and I am not trying to play “catch up” with their water intake. Once we arrive there are no worries about the horses drinking strange tasting water. A hand full of Horse Quencher takes care of that. At home I use it when the weather changes. When we get cold nights and warm days my horses water intake decreases. Horse Quencher added to their water solves that problem and allows me to rest easy! – Brenda Nellums, Woodson West Farms

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Brenda is a client of:

Joe Rosenberg, DVM (Horse Quencher Ambassador)

Paniolo Equine Veterinary Services, Inc.

858-547-9111

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Linda Galbraith, DVM retired, joins the Horse Quencher team

Horse Quencher is delighted to welcome Dr. Linda Galbraith to our team. She enthusiastically promotes the use of Horse Quencher, especially on all the ACTHA rides.

 

Dr. Linda Galbraith graduated from the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine in 1993. She practiced medicine in Ocala, Florida, a veritable horse mecca, for 2 years prior to opening up her own practice in Eustis – 1995. During her tenure, Dr. Galbraith had an exclusive equine practice handling routine and preventative care, as well as reproductive and emergency care. After 20 years of running her own practice, she and her husband retired and moved to Mentone, Alabama. Linda, an active American Competitive Trail Horse Association (ACTHA) member, now spends most of her time riding and enjoying her horses on the beautiful trails of Northern Georgia, Alabama and Tennessee.

She will be contributing articles for our website from time to time. Thank you Linda…. you look too young to be retired! Must be those horses that keep you young!

 

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Veterinarian Joe Rosenberg joins the Horse Quencher Team

HQ - Hoku-Lani-035We are tickled pink to have Joe Rosenberg, DVM join our team of Horse Quencher Ambassadors. You may have already seen his thirsty Thursday posts that we are featuring on our face book page for a few weeks. He has expert information for all riders worried about hydrating their horses.

Let me share with you a little about Dr. Rosenberg:

Dr. Joe Rosenberg graduated from Colorado State University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1998 with an emphasis in Large Animal Medicine. He spent his first two years on the Arabian show circuit, working at the Youth Nationals in Oklahoma, the Royal Red in Canada, Regionals in Scottsdale, and the Nationals in New Mexico and Kentucky. He has lived in California since 2000, working as both the resident veterinarian at a Thoroughbred breeding farm outside of Fresno and as an associate with established practices in both north and east San Diego county. In 2003 he formed his own mobile equine practice serving western, dressage, jumper and companion horses throughout northern San Diego county.

 

He is a member of the American Association of Equine Practitioners, the American Veterinary Medical Association, and the American Farriers Association.

 

Personal: Born and raised in Hawaii (thus the name “Paniolo”, Hawaiian for “Cowboy”). Enjoys paddle boarding, hiking, tennis, running, and hula.

 

Welcome aboard Dr. Joe!

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From Rolex to Jersey Fresh

Coming straight off a great week at Rolex, we’re now headed to Jersey Fresh to support HQ Riders Buck Davidson and Caroline Martin as they take on the cross country course tomorrow. Here’s to hoping the weather holds up, and all the riders do well. The course is beautiful, and the Horse Quencher team will be out there taking pictures and cheering on the riders. We’re also sponsoring a jump so come find us at fence 14B (on the 2* course) / fence 20B (on the 3* course). We’d love to hear from you on how you use Horse Quencher, so stop by and say hi!

And in case you didn’t know, Horse Quencher is actually based out of New Jersey. Both our owner/founder and our digital marketer call the Garden State home, so we’re doubly excited to be sponsoring a jump and getting to see the riders tackle cross country in our home state. There’s a lot more to New Jersey than the Turnpike and Parkway, by the way. Our state animal is also the horse, officially stated as “Equus caballus, so designated in Chapter 173 of the Laws of 1977. Governor Brendan T. Byrne signed the law August 14, 1977, while attending the farm and horse show at Augusta, Sussex County.” We’ve been told that we have more horses per square mile than any other state in the nation. And we bet you didn’t know that we even have an official dance – the square dance! Yup, we’re more country than you may think. We’re also known for blueberries (our state fruit) and honeybees (just ask Nancy of Horse Quencher and she will tell you!). No, our state insect is not the mosquito…very funny. The honeybees not only make great honey, but are wonderful for our environment as well. Find out more interesting NJ facts here: http://www.state.nj.us/nj/about/facts/.

So there you have it, more about the great state of New Jersey, home of Horse Quencher, and the Jersey Fresh International Event. We hope to see you on course tomorrow!

 

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Rolex Wrap Up

Wow, what a whirlwind weekend. From moving dressage performances to breath catching moments on the cross country course, to a down to the wire (or penalty, rather) show jumping day that had everyone cheering, this Rolex was simply amazing. As a part of the Horse Quencher team, we were thrilled to be there, and big thanks to Thornhill for giving us space in front of their tent. Friday’s rain didn’t last long, and the beautiful weather that came through for the rest of Rolex made for an incredible weekend.

Big cheers to the Horse Quencher riders, Buck Davidson and Hawley Bennett, who both had fantastic outings. Buck finished 3rd on Ballynoe Castle RM and Hawley Bennett and Gin and Juice (an avid Root Beer Horse Quencher fan) landed in 16th after a lightning fast jumping round that saw 8 faults.  However, everything going on in the ring was just a part of the great happenings at Rolex. Below, we’ve got a recap of Horse Quencher’s week at Rolex in pictures for you to enjoy.

Sorry you missed out on the fun? No worries, we’re always out and about. Come find us at the Jersey Fresh CIC**/CCI*** on the cross country course Saturday, May 10th!

Nancy with Leslie at the Eventing Nation tailgate

Nancy with Leslie at the Eventing Nation tailgate

Fans waiting for Hawley at the Horse Quencher booth

Fans waiting for Hawley at the Horse Quencher booth

Hawley signed autographs for fans

Hawley signed autographs for fans

Picking the winners for our drawing at Rolex

Picking the winners for our drawing at Rolex

 

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Rolex Day 2

Or day 1 for us, since we traveled in on Thursday and didn’t get here until after the show had wrapped for the day…

We’re here at Rolex, and after the dressage scores, things are going really well. There were some squalls of bad weather that pelted us with rain, but overall the show went well, there was a ton of people around, and we got to talk to a lot of people about Horse Quencher and let them know what it was and how it works. In addition to all of that, the cross country course was opened and getting to see some of the jumps up close and personal was quite impressive (and intimidating)! There are a lot of corners, tough questions, and hard rides, and we’re excited to see how things shake down tomorrow.

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Jump 12A-B will definitely be one to watch!

 

Today was filled with great moments even despite the rain. The water complex certainly looks great, the dressage rounds all went well, and even with some wind and chillier than usual temperatures, and cheers to our riders, Hawley Bennett and Buck Davidson on successful days, and congrats to all the riders, and to the beautiful ride Allison Springer turned in on Arthur to hold the current lead! Tomorrow is cross country, and we all know that out there, more than anywhere, anything can (and will) happen. So we plan on being out on the cross country course to watch!

If you missed us at the Thornhill booth today, you can stop by there tomorrow, or find Nancy of Horse Quencher and find out more how we’re helping our riders’ horses stay hydrated, and how we can help your horse, too. Have a great night, and see  you on cross country tomorrow. And don’t forget to stop by Horse Quencher at Thornhill right outside the trade fair building Sunday morning at 9:30AM after the jog for a chance to meet Hawley Bennett!

Horse Quencher rider Hawley Bennett will be at the HQ booth at the Thornhill Sunday morning after the jog.

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Are You Ready for Rolex?

It’s the biggest event in the United States, and an international gathering of horse people. From competitors to owners, riders to fans, friends and family, Rolex is the quintessential place to be if you’re a horse person (especially one that loves eventing). This year, Horse Quencher is excited to announce that we will be there, and you can come meet us and Horse Quencher ambassador, Hawley Bennet, rider of Gin & Juice, on Sunday at the Thornhill tent #102 after the jog.

We will be at the event from Friday through Sunday, and are looking forward to being there! We’re so excited, that we haven’t even had time to pack (yet), though we’ve already planned our course walk, and a picnic lunch for Saturday. So if you will be at Rolex, stop by on Sunday, or look for us throughout the grounds from Friday on and say hi.

And for all of our Horse Quencher fans at Rolex, send us your pictures from the event and we may even feature your photo with your credits on one of our upcoming blogs! We wish the best of luck to our ambassadors, Buck Davidson and Hawley Bennett. We will be blogging from the road as much as we can, so check back and follow us on Facebook for the latest news from the Horse Quencher team at #RK3DE!

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Katie Stephens Grandy joins HQ team

Katie writes: “We are delighted to announce that we have been selected to become an Ambassador for HORSE QUENCHER!! I am absolutely delighted, and their support throughout the 2014 season will be vital to our horse’s performance. I cannot recommend the product enough, and all the horses on the yard will be benefitting from HORSE QUENCHER!”

Find out more about Katie at: www.moorfarmhorses.co.uk

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HQ Ambassador Lauren Sprieser in the news at COTH

Blogger Lauren Sprieser talks about her personal decision to wear a helmet every ride. Do  you wear one every time, every ride? http://www.chronofhorse.com/article/easiest-choice
“And then Courtney’s horse tripped, and the world changed. M…ore people wore helmets. More people showed in helmets, even at FEI. Big name riders. Olympians. Olympic Gold Medalists. Helmets got more fun. They now come in every color of the rainbow, with sparkles, with air vents. They’re sleek and pretty and athletic-looking. Gone are the days of the mushroom head.”
HQ LAUREN SPRIESER COTH
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LLG Eventing takes HQ to Red Hills – better than IV fluids

Getting ready to head to Red Hills! I don’t go to any away show without my Horse Quencher! AP gets it on the way in the trailer so he will drink and also after cross country to get him drinking again in lieu of IV fluids!
On top of providing a great product, this company is run by great people who are all about keeping horses healthy! Love being a part of Team Horse Quencher!
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Update on Junebug – US Equine Rescue League

Howdy, folks–sorry it’s taken me so long to get these pics to you. If you have use for them, by all means, please feel free to use these on your website. Just please plug the US Equine Rescue League, if you don’t mind.

Here’s Junebug, our rescue palomino and one of USERL Southeast’s poster children. My wife and I are “second stage” rehabilitators, meaning we take them in after the initial emergency treatment, fattening equines up and preparing them for new homes. She is a fan of Horsequencher. We have our annual “fun show” next month in Bolivia, NC, and I’m looking forward to letting folks see how this girl has come along since she was nearly starved to death. The pic on the top is her today–the pic on the bottom, when she was eating out of trash cans to feed her nine-month-old foal.
Also–here are some of the puppies that my wife treated with Horsequencher during a parvo outbreak. They are fat, sassy and healthy now. Your product — while made for equines — made a big difference in keeping them hydrated and saving their lives.
Thanks for making such an outstanding additive, and God bless. Keep up the good work.
Svnt.,
Jefferson Weaver
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Mary Jordan on her way to WEG

Horse Quencher Ambassador Mary Jordan is on her way to WEG. All your fans at HQ wish you all the best Mary. Read all about Mary:

MARY FROM MAINE NORMANDY CAMPAIGN 2014 Please Join Our Campaign to Support USA Para Equestrian Mary Jordan in her Quest to Represent the United States at the 2014 World Equestrian Games in Normandy, France!

Wells, Maine resident, two-time National Para Dressage Grade 4 Champion and National Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Advocate Mary Jordan represented Team USA at the 2010 World Equestrian Games in Kentucky and was an alternate for the 2012 Paralympics in London.

In 2013 she earned the top East Coast qualifying score allowing her to ride in the USA Selection Trials for the upcoming World Equestrian Games in France!

Mary’s passion is riding and her mission is to raise awareness about Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and Para Athletic Sports. When not working or training full-time Mary is a national speaker on these fronts. The bid to make a national team requires a lot of hard work and sweat equity. Tax-deductible donations are gratefully accepted and will allow Mary and her horse Sebastian to take their talent and hard work that they have spent a lifetime developing and turn it into a medal!

“Please join me. I would love to personally have you involved in this incredible journey! I ride for a reason: to slash the stereotypes, defy the diagnosis, and to be a living, breathing example of what a person with MS can do.” Mary Jordan How to Donate: Visit online at the United States Para Equestrian Association (USPEA) at www.uspea.org. and click to make a donation. Please specify Mary Jordan in the message field. Or mail donations to: USPEA c/o Mary Jordan 114 Clark Road Wells, Maine 04090 *Specify “Mary Jordan” in the memoHQ - Mary Jordan 2014 aHQ - Mary Jordan 2014

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True Believer!

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… to a long time riding buddy and seeing her horse with his nose stuck in a bucket of which I thought was a sloppy mash then finding out it was HorseQuencher, I was sold.  Did a few samples and was blown away .. am now a True Believer ..  ordered a Bucket of HQ before the winter settled in and wow, all my horses drink and drink and drink even when the buckets of water are made with ICE water.

For this Summers Camp/Ride/Clinic you can bet HorseQuencher is going to have a place of importance and be the #1 item in the topic of conditioning.
Thank you Nancy, Leslie and Anne for such a wonderful product.
I’m an old time long time long distance and endurance rider who always swears to serve up an ExtraSloppyMash ..  well, this is more than an additon to my ‘old’ program.
Jeannie Keeffe
Arroyo Grande, CA
“Courage is being scared to death,
but saddling up anyway”
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Dallas says: “Hey, keep away from MY Horse Quencher !”

HQ - dallas running head onHello; I just wanted to take a moment and let you know how much I love your Quencher!  I met you and your husband at the Equine Affaire in Springfield Mass this past November.  Your Marketing pitch was great and  I bought a bag of the Quench…her because of concerns about my horse “Dallas” not drinking enough when we are traveling or in the Winter. Well that is no longer a concern for me because of your product. Dallas drinks his water everyday and everywhere we are and he loves the flavor. In fact, I have to add some water to his pail before placing the proper amount of Quencher in the pail or he will gobble it up before I can fill it!!. Thanks so much for the help that you have given me by producing such a great product.. I couldn’t be happier with it or more at ease knowing I don’t have to worry about him getting the proper amount of water anymore. Now my biggest challenge is keeping the other horses out of his water pail!..
Thanks again,
A very happy customer
Penny Lamb & Dallas
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26 year old mare drinks it right down…

My 26 year old mare stopped drinking water almost completely this winter. Obviously, I was very concerned and have been trying everything to get her to drink. Adding flavor to her water, scrubbing buckets, warm water does not work with her. When I heard about Horse Quencher I immediately ordered and waited anxiously for it. (thank you for shipping so quickly!) The first time I offered it to her, (…I let her watch me put in the Quencher and add the water) I gave her 1/2 packet in 1/2 gallon of tepid water and she drank it right down, so I gave her the other half in another 1/2 gallon of water. Now she knows the drill, she doesn’t hesitate to drink knowing the treat will be at the bottom. What a great idea and fantastic product. Thank you!
Ellen Baker
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HQ gets those 3 RESCUE DONKEYS drinking !!

Hi Ellen,

I never thought I’d really have a need for Horse Quencher since I never planned on adding a new horse to my little herd of aged horses. However, I found myself rescuing 3 miniature donkeys.

They had a long 300 mile trip to get here but wouldn’t drink once they were unloaded. I remembered that I had that sample packet of Horse Quencher in the tack room……and voilá…..one tried it and then it was a fight to keep them from getting 3 heads in one bucket!

Don’t know what you’ve got in it but it sure worked! My little rescues are now happy drinking the water here at their new home but Horse Quencher got them hydrated when they needed it most. Thank you!

Laurie Hamilton

Burns, WY

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70 gallons with HQ gone in just a few hours.

On December 12, 2013 at 12:52 PM Kevin Laigle  wrote:

Just wanted to let you know. I received the free sample in the mail. Here in North Texas we had a good freeze, mixed it up and put it into a large trough. I am sure it was way diluted but the horses kept the ice broken and drank up 70 gallons of water in a matter of hours.

 

I think they liked it!!HQ at barn

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Junebug LOVES HQ and so do the rescue puppies!!

Just wanted to tell you Junebug loves Horse Quencher. My big girl was rescued from a starvation and neglect situation this time last year, and her vittles are very important to her. She eats and drinks everything, due to her previous circumstances, but she actually enjoys your product. I’ve since recommended Horse Quencher to several friends, and they have reported similar success. We also used a tiny bit of it when we had an emergency involving a litter of rescue puppies a while back; they were in danger of dehydration, and sports drinks and even Pedialyte wouldn’t get their attention. In desperation, my wife mixed up a tiny bit of Horse Quencher, and the guys lapped it up. We were soon able to get them back to full health, and on their way to new homes. Thank you for an outstanding product, and we do hope your holiday season is a joyous time of family and honoring the One who gave us the ultimate gift.
Servant,
Jefferson Weaver
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Jessica’s student LOVES HQ

Horse Quencher sponsors my coach, Jessica Heidemann and it is through her that I found out about your product and LOVE it – my guy can’t get enough of it and that makes me happy and relieved.  Thank you for making this GREAT product!

 

Suzanne Garofalo  

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Duke loves those ‘tasty bits’ !!

I obtained a free sample of the apple flavor and mixed it up with 3 quarts of tepid water for my gelding who has been drinking a lot less water this fall than he used to. He sniffed the bucket first, sloshed his mouth in it a few times, then started swilling it down! After drinking most of the water, he reached the “tasty bits,” and it got comical as he’d slurp and chew, then slurp and chew until he reached the bottom of the bucket. He licked and licked to get every speck of grain. Then he licked ME as if to say, “Hey, Ma! That was GOOD! More!??” It was pretty cool to see him that enthused about water! When my order arrived, I mixed up a gallon. My gelding smelled it coming! He was leaning on his toes to get to it fast! We also offered half a gallon to a mare who sips very little water. She took one whiff and dove in, going through the same ritual that my gelding did. She made it go away quickly, too! We’ll use it this winter to encourage water intake, and I bet it would taste good in mashes, too. Even my husband commented about the nice aroma of the apple flavor! Horsequencher is a winner!

Diane Benner

 

Thanks for your sharing your story Diane.. Happy Holidays!! Duke has a very special Mom!

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Hydration is crucial to your horse’s wellbeing

Water is the most important nutrient horses need. Water is crucial to digestion, and makes up most of the bloodstream and other body fluids – a horse’s brain is 85% water, muscles 75%. Even the bones are 30% water.

An average-sized horse will need to consume around 10 gallons of water per day.

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Horse Quencher now a staple in the barn

Hi again. I wrote you previously about our barn trying your product.  We were going to try it on a rescue horse that wasn’t drinking well—but by the time we got the sample that horse had started drinking.  This is a good thing because the day after we got the sample, one of our horses colicked!    Well, we tried the sample in a bucket of water and he drank the whole thing straight away!  I really think this helped us avoid a severe problem for him.  He is doing very well now.

This incident convinced our barn manager to order some of the Horse Quencher right away.
THANK YOU!
Barb McNinch
Thanks for the feedback Barb!

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