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Keep Your Horses Thriving With Equithrive Autoship

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Keep Your Horses Thriving With Equithrive Autoship

It's no secret that taking care of horses requires a lot of our time, attention and money. Equithrive Autoship is designed to make your life easier. Not only do you save money on every order, you'll have one less item on your "to-do" list. Think of it as your own personal horse health concierge.  Autoship customer perks: Exclusive discount on every shipment. FREE shipping.  Equithrive's clinically proven products automatically delivered to you how you want it, when you want it. No more gaps in treatment! No hidden fees or tricks. Customize or cancel your subscription anytime. Giveaways, contests, and more! How...

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Equithrive® Introduces New 
Molasses Flavored Joint Formulation 

<div align="center"><span><strong>Equithrive® Introduces New </strong></span></div> <div align="center"><span><strong>Molasses Flavored Joint Formulation</strong></span><span> </span></div>

Lexington, KY - July 13, 2017 - Biological Prospects LLC has added a new flavor option for its clinically proven joint supplement, Equithrive® Joint. Equithrive Joint® Molasses Flavor contains the company's proprietary resveratrol product (Resverasyn®) as well as an unsweetened, low-sugar molasses flavor that will aid horse owners in administering the product to the pickiest of eaters. Equithrive Joint Molasses Flavor will be offered in the same packaging options (2-lb and 8-lb containers) and for the same price as the original Equithrive Joint formulation.  "We formulated Equithrive Joint Molasses Flavor for horses that are particularly difficult when it comes to supplement...

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Equithrive Products Now Available in Canada

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Equithrive Products Now Available in Canada

Lexington, Ky. - June 19, 2017 - Equithrive, maker of the only clinically proven joint supplement, is now available in Canada! Biological Prospects LLC, the developer of Equithrive® Joint and Metaboral®, has received regulatory approval to supply its products to customers in Canada. “We have had a lot of interest and requests from Canadian customers and veterinarians,” said Dr. Patrick Lawless, Founder, President and CEO of Biological Prospects. “Now for the first time we can sell direct to customers in Canada and provide horses there a product that has been proven in multiple university studies to reduce lameness and support...

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What Is Resverasyn and How Can It Help My Horse?

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What Is Resverasyn and How Can It Help My Horse?

The supposed health benefits of red wine have been touted for centuries, and more recently, scientists have taken a closer look at one specific compound contained in red grape skin: resveratrol. Numerous studies through the years have shown resveratrol to be a potentially effective treatment in humans for everything from slowing the cognitive decline in Alzheimers patients, to helping combat heart disease with its natural anti-inflammatory properties, and even fighting obesity. So it should come as no surprise that resveratrol based supplements are beginning to trickle into the equine health market. What's good for me should be good for my...

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Owner/rider Deanne Prusak shares her experience enrolling her horse in a clinical trial

Owner/rider Deanne Prusak shares her experience enrolling her horse in a clinical trial

The equine veterinary world is filled with research studies, new product developments and abundant opportunities to improve the life of horses in large and small ways. Have you ever considered participating in a clinical trial or wondered what it is like to participate in one? Deanne Prusak was faced with that opportunity and decided to participate in a clinical trial when her competitive trail horse, an 8-year-old Arabian, TA Kaiser+, came up lame at a NATRC ride in Louisiana in March 2015. After multiple treatments failed to resolve the situation, Prusak decided to participate in a clinical trial and she...

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