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Jenny Zonghetti
Equithrive Products Now Available in Canada

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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John Wilkinson
What Is Resverasyn and How Can It Help My Horse?

What Is Resverasyn and How Can It Help My Horse?

Equithrive products contain a proprietary form of Resveratrol called Resverasyn, which is 99% pure Resveratrol that's been reduced in size to make it absorb easily and encapsulated to protect the compound from deterioration before reaching tissues in the body.

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John Wilkinson
Horse Rehab With Will Coleman

Horse Rehab With Will Coleman

What a difference a year can make. Back in April of 2015, Olympian Will Coleman finished 6th overall at the Rolex Kentucky CCI4* on his then 12-year-old Irish Sport Horse Obos O'Reilly. That breakthrough turned into setback the following spring, as Obos suffered a tendon injury in preparation for Rolex, effectively ending his season, and perhaps his career. Fast forward another year and here we are: Coleman and Obos back in Kentucky, back in business. Bringing an equine athlete back from such an injury and into 4-star shape is no easy feat, but as Coleman explained, it's not exactly rocket...

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I Submitted My Horse to Science...Help!

I Submitted My Horse to Science...Help!

Ever wonder what it's like to submit your horse or pet for a clinical trial? One participant shares her story.

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