The Best Coat Supplements For Horses

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Discover the best coat supplements for horses to promote a healthy and shiny coat. Boost your horse’s well-being and appearance with The Golden Paste Company’s TumerAid and more.

Discover the best coat supplements for horses! Looking for one of the best coat supplements for horses? Give your horse a sparkling head start with these supplements for a shiny horse coat. Full to the brim with nutrients to promote a healthy and shiny coat, not only will your horse be looking their best, but feeling their best too. 


The Golden Paste Company’s TumerAid

The Golden Paste Company’s TumerAid

From supporting coat and skin healthy, to maintaining the integrity of the immune system, The Golden Paste Company’s TumerAid is perfect to provide your horse with a superfood boost of essential nutrients.

TumerAid is an easy to feed pellet, with the addition of black pepper and yucca to enhance absorption and bioavailability of it’s key ingredient; turmeric. Plus, with super tasty Apple Cider vinegar as flavouring, even the fussiest feeder won’t be able to resist!


Super Codlivine’s The Complete Supplement

Super Codlivine’s The Complete Supplement

A complex blend of perfectly balanced vitamins, minerals and trace element, Super Codlivine’s The Complete Supplement is designed to promote health from the inside, out.

Replicating the horse’s natural feed, based on grass meal, this supplement blends essential nutrient with cod liver oil. The addition of cod liver oil presents a great, natural source of omega-3 rich fatty-acids, which promote hair and skin growth, strength and nourishment, as well as supporting joints and reducing inflammation.


 

Equimins Linseed Oil

Equimins Linseed Oil

Equimins Linseed Oil is a 100% pure, natural and rich source of omega-3 fatty acids.

An essential addition to the horse’s diet, omega-3’s are the building blocks for hormones involved with immune function, as well as new cell growth which means they are vital when looking to add a lustre to your horse’s coat and reduce severity of inflammatory skin conditions, such as sweet-itch.


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