Standard Process Equine Mobility | Horse Muscle & Joint Supplement
Equine Mobility Support designed and manufactured by Standard Process is well known in communities of equestrian athletics and competition. This highly affective formula combines traditional and modern joint support ingredients. Natural anti-inflammatory factors dramatically speeds healing. It reduces pain in older or retired horses. Horses often find themselves in mild or major mobility challenges. Equine Mobility Support helps horses big and small all across the musculoskeletal health spectrum.
About Equine Mobility Support
Equine joints inevitably suffer stress during daily riding, training, and competing and are expected to deteriorate as a result of the natural aging process.1 Horses are the longest-lived domesticated animal, with a potential life span of 40 years.2 Friction and load-bearing stress on a horse’s joints over time may affect comfort and performance, sometimes even before the signs are apparent.
Equine Mobility Support is a unique blend of whole foods and other ingredients that may help both the performance and retired horse by:
- Promoting healthy joint function, flexibility, and mobility
- Supplying antioxidants
- Supporting a healthy inflammatory response*
Indications for Use
- Horses in regular training
- Horses on rest due to a mobility challenge
- Geriatric or retired horses
Suggested Use: 1/4 cup (33 g)/1,000 lb. horse/day, or as directed.
Flax meal, glucosamine sulfate, ginger (root), chondroitin sulfate, wheat germ oil, honey, and cinnamon.
1/4 cup (33 g)/1,000 lb. horse/day, or as directed.
For equine use only. Keep all supplements out of the reach of children and other animals. In case of accidental overdose, contact a health care professional immediately.
Safe use in pregnant animals or animals for breeding has not been proven.
Please consult the product packaging label for the most accurate product information.
How to Administer
Glucosamine sulfate, chondroitin sulfate, wheat germ oil, flax meal, ginger†
†This ingredient could be considered a controlled substance by certain entities that govern equine competitions. We advise those who feed any supplement to competing horses to check with the governing body specific to the event regarding whether the product contains ingredients that could be considered a controlled substance.
- Start slowly by mixing a small amount of powder into the feed.
- Add the powder to the feed and dampen with water. (Spray bottles can be helpful.) Shake the container to mix the powder with the feed. This will also prevent the powder from settling in the bottom of the feeding container.
- Mix with unsweetened applesauce and add to the horse’s feed or syringe directly into the horse’s mouth.
- Add to a mash made of commonly found low-starch pelleted feeds or soaked hay cubes.