If your horse has an unhealthy coat, is missing hair, or rubs out his mane or tail, it may be due to an allergy. To determine the source of a skin allergy there are a few simple steps you can follow. First make a list of potential environmental allergens that your horse is exposed to and eliminate them one at a time. Although, this can be difficult due to the many grasses, molds, and spores that can produce and allergic reaction. Make a record to try and establish if the allergy is seasonal so you can provide nutritional support during that time of the year.
Platinum Performance® client since 2012
“I imported my lovely new GP stallion, Sultao a few weeks ago--Im an avid user of the Platinum products so he immediately was put on them, too! He has done so well in quarantine and is in full work! His coat is spectacular and he acclimated perfectly! A perfect diet starts with Platinum performance in my barn always!”
— Rebecca L.
Platinum Performance® client since 2013
“Smarty has been on the Platinum Performance CJ since I've had him and everything stays correct with him. His coat looks amazing and people always comment on how fabulous he looks. His energy and attitude are is great and I have no soundness issues what so ever and that's always a huge concern. I believe the PP CJ keeps it all nicely in balance and I've come to believe and rely on it.”
— Lois S.