Equine Electrolytes & Non-Sweating

Hot weather can be hard on a horse, from creating an electrolyte imbalance or even triggering anhidrosis. Supplementation with our veterinarian-developed formulas can support a proper electrolyte balance and a horse’s ability to sweat. Follow these additional tips to keep your horse comfortable as temperatures rise. Learn more

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Platinum Performance® Equine
The Equine Wellness & Performance Formula
This veterinarian-developed formula supports every aspect of horse health and performance including joints, muscles, hooves, skin & coat, mane & tail, digestion, and much more by delivering omega-3 fatty acids, antioxidants, vitamins and trace minerals.
Recommended daily dosage for a 1,000 lb horse is 2 scoops, which is 2 servings.
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Price starting at $75.00
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Platinum Performance® CJ
The Equine Wellness & Performance Formula + Complete Joint
Our most potent joint support formula combines a whole-horse wellness formula with comprehensive joint support. Popular with performance horses and senior horses, Platinum Performance® CJ is the only supplement of its kind. Developed in veterinary practice, it provides extensive joint support with ASU, hyaluronic acid, cetylmyristoleate, MSM and glucosamine for joint health. It includes Platinum Performance® Equine to support every part of the horse from digestion, skin & coat, hooves, and more.
Recommended daily dosage for a 1,000 lb horse is 2 scoops, which is 2 servings.
Price starting at $178.00
Supports Equine Thermoregulation
Platinum Refresh® was designed for those horses that are not able to sweat enough during hot weather, competition or athletic training to maintain a healthy body temperature.
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Price starting at $88.00
Electrolyte and Trace Mineral Formula for Horses

An electrolyte and trace mineral supplement designed to support healthy hydration by replenishing body concentrations of salt and electrolyte minerals lost in sweat during heavy exercise or hot weather.

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Price starting at $40.00

How Can You Help Your Horse Beat the Heat?

  • If you are bringing a horse from a milder climate into a hot, humid part of the country, allow him to acclimate for 10-14 days with turnout and light work before returning to regular training or showing.
  • Ride in the morning or evening when temperatures are cooler. 
  • Cool your horse off with cold water. Upper level event horses are often sponged with ice water post-exercise until the water is the same temperature scraped off as it is sponged on. If your horse needs conditioning such as intervals or distance work, complete this before the hot summer months. This way it does not have to be done during the high temperature in addition to regular schooling.
  • Provide ventilation and air circulation in the barn with fans, especially misting fans or air conditioning. 
  • Supplement with an electrolyte to stimulate thirst and replenish lost minerals from sweating.