Using Noltrex®Vet for the Thoroughbred Racehorse

Joint injections should be predictable and planned events, not last-minute problems at a critical time in a horse’s racing career. Similarly, unreliable responses to joint therapy are a major source of frustration when a training program is built on dependability.

Initially considered a therapy to use when all else failed, Noltrex®Vet’s dependable results in these impossible situations has led to more veterinarians using it earlier on in the management of equine joint conditions. Adding it to a joint management protocol often minimizes the frequency that other joint therapies require to reliably maintain an equine athlete over time.

For long duration joint lubrication in horses, use Noltrex®Vet.

  • Noltrex®Vet is not a drug
  • Fewer injections reduce the risk of complications from repeated injections
  • Noltrex®Vet is reabsorbed safely by your horse’s body, leaving no residue
  • Any joint can potentially benefit from Noltrex®Vet
  • Horses with Cushing’s Syndrome (PPID), metabolic issues, gastric ulcers (EGUS), or prior laminitis can all be treated safely with Noltrex®Vet

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