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Tracey Cole – November 3, 2019. I thought other horse owners might like to know about the huge difference that Happy Tummy has made to my mare. She has had intermittent lameness, which over the years has been treated with remedial farriery, coffin joint injections, going barefoot, being tested for a number if conditions, all of which proved negative: gastric ulcers, lower leg nerve blocks, PSSM, insulin resistance due to suspect laminitis (although no heat in feet or raised digital pulses), EMS, Cushings......Although she has a plain, low sugar and starch diet, I did suspect that her troubles were down to something she was eating. Various vets disputed this. I’ve tried so many supplements, I’ve lost count! So, in desperation I decided to try Happy Tummy before calling the vets again. This is what happened: * 0 hours - left fore lameness, very short striding in walk although weight bearing, reluctant to move very much around the field * 12 hours - more willing to move around field * 24hours - short stride but less pronounced, less pot belly bloating * 36hours - striding almost normal. Belly looking good * 48hours - cantered over to me from far side of 4 acre field. Normal striding in walk. * Day 3 - normal striding in walk, very slightly short in trot * Day 9 - sound in walk and sound trotting in a straight line. Sound on left rein circle and slight head bob on right rein circle * Day 14 - sound in walk, trot, canter (getting correct canter lead and not disunited) on a straight line and when lunged on both reins I can’t recommend Happy Tummy highly enough, thank God I found it!


Tracey ColeNovember 3, 2019

I thought other horse owners might like to know about the huge difference that Happy Tummy has made to my mare. She has had intermittent lameness, which over the years has been treated with remedial farriery, coffin joint injections, going barefoot, being tested for a number if conditions, all of which proved negative: gastric ulcers, lower leg nerve blocks, PSSM, insulin resistance due to suspect laminitis (although no heat in feet or raised digital pulses), EMS, Cushings......Although she has a plain, low sugar and starch diet, I did suspect that her troubles were down to something she was eating. Various vets disputed this.

I’ve tried so many supplements, I’ve lost count! So, in desperation I decided to try Happy Tummy before calling the vets again. This is what happened:
0 hours - left fore lameness, very short striding in walk although weight bearing, reluctant to move very much around the field
12 hours - more willing to move around field
24hours - short stride but less pronounced, less pot belly bloating
36hours - striding almost normal. Belly looking good
48hours - cantered over to me from far side of 4 acre field. Normal striding in walk.
Day 3 - normal striding in walk, very slightly short in trot
Day 9 - sound in walk and sound trotting in a straight line. Sound on left rein circle and slight head bob on right rein circle
Day 14 - sound in walk, trot, canter (getting correct canter lead and not disunited) on a straight line and when lunged on both reins

I can’t recommend Happy Tummy highly enough, thank God I found it!