Using Noltrex®Vet for the Western Performance Horse

The athletic requirements vary significantly across western disciplines, be it Barrel Racing, Cutting, Reining, or Roping. No matter the discipline, problems in performance can often be associated with pain rather than a training problem. The most talented horses are the ones that require the best joint management because they work their joints the hardest. These are the athletes that need Noltrex®Vet.

Last-minute treatments are rarely the answer in a successful program. When we consider the concept of long term joint management, injections should be predictable and planned events so that only a small amount of training is missed and we ensure all training is quality training.

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

Recent Articles

Long Duration Joint Therapy for the Western Performance Horse. Quarter Horse News

Western performance horses repetedly execute physically intensive maneuvers making them prone to injury. “The most common location for joint injuries are the stifles and lower hock joints behind, and the navicular region in front,” says Dr. Craig Roberts, Veterinary Director with Nucleus ProVets.

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Long Duration Joint Therapy in Barrel Racing. Barrel Horse News

What does it take to make a winning run? Everything. The right horse.The right relationship with that horse. The top feeds, farriers, trainers and veterinarians. It takes everything to be on top. Yet, nothing stops a successful barrel racing program harder in its tracks than a sore joint.

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Researchers Test Gel Based Arthritis Treatment for Horses. The Horse

Intra-articular (administered into the joint) polyacrylamide hydrogel helped decreased lameness in horses with naturally occurring arthritis, researchers found.

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