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The Immune System: Everything you need to know about the body's natural defences
The body's immune system is what protects it from germs, viruses, and bacteria. The stronger the immune system, the less likely the horse will fall ill. It's also responsible for recovery after physical exertion. Although the immune system is invisible, it plays an important role in the horse's well-being. The immune system is constantly working to quickly fight off threats to the body.
Cavalor Superforce Another success story from Carol Wilson and Ted Alexander
"Ted and I would like to thank Peter Bollen (founder of Cavalor) for sharing Cavalor with us. He opened our eyes in many ways. But most important, he showed us how we can help our horses perform to their best ability. We had great success feeding our race horses the Cavalor products. They started out on the feed and then we supplemented them as suggested. We gave Endurix with Super Force, An Energy Boost, Take It Easy and Free Bute Pro. Two wins! The best of all is that they were long shots! We're not picked to finish anywhere on the tote, both to be last in fact. Our horses blew out of the gates and didn't weaken at all! A Rare Corona improved his time by 4 tenths and ran his fastest Speed Index of 93. Ivolene just couldn't get there previously but he outran some very tough horses. As I said he was picked to run dead last! We are so excited, thankful, blessed, amazed! Need I say more?
Thanks a lot Peter, we hope to meet up with you again. Love meeting great people!"
We are so happy to hear that Carol Wilson and Ted Alexander's horses are having such a good results with Endurix, Super Force, An Energy Boost, Take It Easy and Free Bute Pro. We wish them the very best for the future!
Good feed is essential for good muscle development. And not only the kind of feed and its energy value, but also the quantity and especially the quality of protein, minerals, and vitamins. This, in combination with hard work, will result in good muscle development. A horse with strong, healthy muscles is less prone to injuries. In this issue of Science Sunday you'll learn about muscle development in horses.