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20E Keep Cool

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* Supports a normal disposition in stressed or tense horses

#20E Keep Cool by Silver Lining Herbs – all natural herbal horse supplement.
Riding an excitable horse in a competition or trail ride just isn't as fun or productive as riding one who has his wits about him. #20 Keep Cool contains herbs known as “nervines,” which maintain a normal nerve impulse in the animal. Helpful in maintaining a calm, cool horse that still knows where his feet are...a state enjoyed by the horse as much as the rider. May be beneficial in supporting the overall nervous system in horses. Also may be beneficial for nervousness, stress, worry, spookiness and poor haulers. Contains catnip, chamomile, hawthorne, hops, rosehips, skullcap, valerian, Oregon grape, black cohosh, lobelia, mistletoe, burdock and echinacea. Directions for use: Give 1 scoop daily with natural diet for horses 1,000-1,200 lbs. Do not use on mares in the third trimester. Safe use in pregnant animals has not been proven. 1 Tbsp scoop enclosed. 1 lb = 60 day supply.

Stop your gelding from acting like a stallion!
Read Holistic Horse's Herbs to Calm Geldings article to learn more.

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"I have a retired Standardbred gelding I call Black Jack, or BJ for short. He turned 21 last year. He is a sweet guy, and for the past five years hes been turned out with only mares. Last April my TWH mare, his special girlfriend, jumped the fence into the gelding pasture. BJ was frantic, running the fence and calling her for probably five minutes until we got all the geldings shooed away and her halter on so I could take her back to the mare pasture. BJ checked her out and herded her away from the fences, and everybody went back to grazing. When the time came for them to come in for evening feed, BJ was still out, standing under a tree with three of his favorite mares around him. Nobody was moving. I grabbed his halter and lead, and went out to get him. Up close I saw he had his left rear leg cocked and the girls were all looking right at me. I haltered him but he didnt want to move. It was a very long, slow trip back to the barn, BJ was really hurting. Gave him some bute for the night and scheduled the vet for the next morning. The vet did an ultrasound on the tendons in his leg...hed torn the meniscus in his stifle nearly an inch. Vet said stall rest, a Previcox daily, and shockwave therapy every three weeks for four months. BJ was not a happy camper after the first couple of days, and I had to find something to keep him from kicking the stall walls and hurting himself more. I pulled out the catalogs and decided to try the #20E Keep Cool added to his morning supplement bag. In just two days, hed become Joe Cool. The combination of the Keep Cool and the Previcox was working. No more kicking or protesting. He spent a total of five months in his stall. Vet did another ultrasound in early October 95% healed, keep him on Keep Cool and Previcox, and he could go back out with his mares. I was terrified the first time I walked him out to the girls. I thought hed try to run off to them, but he was cool, calm, and collected. He just strolled along with me, no pulling or calling the girls. They were good too, they all stopped eating, stood still and watched us approach. I took his halter off and he walked calmly over to nuzzle his favorite ladies first, then greet the rest. I watched them for a couple hours, and nothing bad happened. He was happy to be back with his ladies. In November it snowed. The vet said to bring him in for the winter - no point risking sucking mud or ice causing a re-injury to his leg. In January we started turning him out alone in our indoor arena. On Jan 4, someone left a door open and he could see the other horses outside. He got himself all worked up and bowed the tendon in his right foreleg. Ice, wrap, more Keep Cool and Previcox, and back to his stall for two months. Now its March and hes once again getting turned out in the indoor with the doors closed so he cant see the other horses. Still on Keep Cool and Previcox. BJs doing well so far. When most of the mud is dried up, hell get to go out on a lead line to graze. I will keep him on the Keep Cool for quite a while, until that bow is completely cold. I cannot say enough good things about Keep Cool. It is a major reason my dear old boy is still with me. Without it, he would not have survived the past eleven months. Thank you, Silver Lining Herbs, for your wonderful product. BJ and I will be forever grateful!"
Joann V.,
Columbus, OH


"I have a retired Standardbred gelding I call Black Jack, or BJ for short. He turned 21 last year. He is a sweet guy, and for the past five years hes been turned out with only mares. Last April my TWH mare, his special girlfriend, jumped the fence into the gelding pasture. BJ was frantic, running the fence and calling her for probably five minutes until we got all the geldings shooed away and her halter on so I could take her back to the mare pasture. BJ checked her out and herded her away from the fences, and everybody went back to grazing. When the time came for them to come in for evening feed, BJ was still out, standing under a tree with three of his favorite mares around him. Nobody was moving. I grabbed his halter and lead, and went out to get him. Up close I saw he had his left rear leg cocked and the girls were all looking right at me. I haltered him but he didnt want to move. It was a very long, slow trip back to the barn, BJ was really hurting. Gave him some bute for the night and scheduled the vet for the next morning. The vet did an ultrasound on the tendons in his leg...hed torn the meniscus in his stifle nearly an inch. Vet said stall rest, a Previcox daily, and shockwave therapy every three weeks for four months. BJ was not a happy camper after the first couple of days, and I had to find something to keep him from kicking the stall walls and hurting himself more. I pulled out the catalogs and decided to try the #20E Keep Cool added to his morning supplement bag. In just two days, hed become Joe Cool. The combination of the Keep Cool and the Previcox was working. No more kicking or protesting. He spent a total of five months in his stall. Vet did another ultrasound in early October 95% healed, keep him on Keep Cool and Previcox, and he could go back out with his mares. I was terrified the first time I walked him out to the girls. I thought hed try to run off to them, but he was cool, calm, and collected. He just strolled along with me, no pulling or calling the girls. They were good too, they all stopped eating, stood still and watched us approach. I took his halter off and he walked calmly over to nuzzle his favorite ladies first, then greet the rest. I watched them for a couple hours, and nothing bad happened. He was happy to be back with his ladies. In November it snowed. The vet said to bring him in for the winter - no point risking sucking mud or ice causing a re-injury to his leg. In January we started turning him out alone in our indoor arena. On Jan 4, someone left a door open and he could see the other horses outside. He got himself all worked up and bowed the tendon in his right foreleg. Ice, wrap, more Keep Cool and Previcox, and back to his stall for two months. Now its March and hes once again getting turned out in the indoor with the doors closed so he cant see the other horses. Still on Keep Cool and Previcox. BJs doing well so far. When most of the mud is dried up, hell get to go out on a lead line to graze. I will keep him on the Keep Cool for quite a while, until that bow is completely cold. I cannot say enough good things about Keep Cool. It is a major reason my dear old boy is still with me. Without it, he would not have survived the past eleven months. Thank you, Silver Lining Herbs, for your wonderful product. BJ and I will be forever grateful!"
Joann V.,
Columbus, OH


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