* Exercise Induced Pulmonary Haemorrhage (EIPH) including “bleeders” or blood in
* “Tying up”, otherwise known as azoturia or equine rhabdomyolysis
* Overheating from lack of sweat (anhidrosis), or patchy sweating
* Fading effort or pulling up when an otherwise fit horse is asked for performance
* Distress or refusal for no known reason when asked for increased effort
* Dry or dull coat from no apparent cause
* Equiwinner ensures full hydration and better performance
* Equiwinner prevents stress in the horse when travelling in transport
Because domesticated horses can never get enough continuous exercise, excess blood
pressure will very slowly start to rise again over a period of time. It is therefore
recommended to follow up by using Equiwinner again once yearly to keep the circulation
in good condition and to avoid any further trouble.
PLEASE NOTEthat with regard to Headshaking, Equiwinner does not stop your horse
from being allergic to pollen and/or dust. If your horse’s discomfort is completely
resolved by a nose net it is likely that he is only allergic to pollen and/or dust
and does not need Equiwinner treatment to repair the nerves and blood vessels that
surround the hair bulb (unless he suffers from any of the above conditions).
However, if your horse headshakes when he wears a nose net it is likely that the
nerves and blood vessels surrounding the hair bulb need repairing, but he may always
still need to wear a nose net when pollen and/or dust levels are high.
Some horses are uncomfortable due to pollen and/or dust, some are uncomfortable due
to damaged nerves and blood vessels surrounding the hair bulb (which we are here
to help), and some are uncomfortable due to both conditions.