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.
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. This formula supports a horse's ability to sweat by maintaining a healthy nervous system and supporting blood flow to the sweat glands.
L-Arginine, Potassium Chloride, Sodium Chloride, Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid), L-Tyrosine, Vitamin E (d-Alpha Tocopheryl Acetate), Choline Bitartrate, Calcium Pantothenate, Nicotinic Acid, Pyroxidine HCl, Thiamine Mononitrate, Folic Acid.
This product can’t be combined with a foundation formula in a Platinum PAK®
Active Ingredients Per 1 Scoop (22.4g)
Administer 1 scoop (22.4g) twice daily to support normal healthy sweating and thermoregulation.
Recommended for use within 18 months of manufacture date.
Some horses lose the ability to sweat gradually or only partially. The change can be gradual or complete. Anhidrotic horses often have an increased respiratory rate, experience respiratory distress, elevated body temperature, heart rate and blood pressure. This inability to dissipate heat can be very dangerous, and you should ask your equine veterinarian if you are concerned about your horse.
Learn how Platinum Refresh® can help horses who aren't able to sweat enough to maintain a healthy body temperature.
Platinum Performance® client since 2012
“This is our first summer for my non-sweater to be on Platinum Performance Equine & Platinum Refresh in Paks. It is our third week of 100-degree temperatures, and he is still sweating. This may be our first summer that we will be able to work!”
— Katie C.
Platinum Performance® client since 2003
“Mardi Gras is an 18-year-old Dutch warmblood currently showing Intermediate 1. He doesn’t sweat well. Other supplements didn’t seem to make any difference, but he’s sweating better on Refresh than ever before.”
— Dr. Nora Matthews