The healthy ingredient in red wine is a natural compound called Resveratrol. This therapeutic compound has been scientifically proven to reduce inflammation in horses. Excessive inflammation plays a major role in Equine Metabolic Syndrome (EMS) and in equine arthritis. Our scientifically-proven Resveratrol products, such as Equithrive® Joint and Metabarol, reduce excessive inflammation to support healthy metabolism and equine joint function in horses during aging, training and competition. Equithrive is the global leader in Resveratrol therapy for horses. Learn More

Metabarol™

Metabarol™

Metabarol™

Metabarol is proven to reduce insulin levels in EMS horses by 25 to 30%. Scientifically formulated to improve the health of obese and insulin resistant horses, which are prone to foundering. Check for insulin resistance or EMS before you overfeed, overgraze or your horse develops laminitis.

Resveratrol

Resveratrol

Equithrive products contain our proprietary Resveratrol product Resverasyn®, a microencapsulated form of Resveratrol that is extremely bioavailable when administered orally. Through microencapsulation, we ensure that the Resveratrol in our products is absorbable in the gastrointestinal tract and is transported to tissues for maximum therapeutic effects. If not microencapsulated, Resveratrol can be rapidly metabolized and excreted from the body.

Equithrive® Joint

Equithrive® Joint

Equithrive® Joint

Equithrive Joint is an anti-inflammatory and antioxidant that proactively supports healthy joint function. Backed by equine research and veterinarians, simple daily dosing reduces circulating levels of inflammatory mediators, thus protecting cartilage cells (chondrocytes) from damage during aging, training and competition.

Listen to Dr. Peter Morresey talk about the signs of EMS*
Listen to Dr. Peter Morresey talk about the signs of EMS*
Learn more about the benefits of Resveratrol use in horses
Learn more about the benefits of Resveratrol use in horses
Hear why Carol Metcalf gives her horses Equithrive
Hear why Carol Metcalf gives her horses Equithrive