Reducing Stress Problems
Relaxing Competition Horses
Relieving Nervous Behaviour
Easing Behaviour Problems
The stresses present in modern competition methods might include traveling, changes of stabling, various stages of training and the environment of competitions. The response to these stresses by the horse will often produce adverse effects not only on the immune capability of the horse but also on feed intake and could effect their behaviour in many ways such as nerves and tension, which could lead to being easily spooked, lack of concentration, stress-induced fatigue, poor performance, being excitable, difficult to control and ultimately not achieving the results required of them.
It is essential that the horses approach to work is calm and concentrated in order that training and competition results progress satisfactorily.
Silent 4 assists the adaptability of the body against stress by maintaining the functions of the adrenal glands and supporting its non-specific resistance to combat any environmental variations and various untoward influences. It therefore helps the horse to cope more easily with the situation, without impairing their performance.
Application & Dosage
The liquid can easily be added to existing food and or water supplies. For competition horses, Silent 4 can be poured onto the feed 3-5 days before a event. Available in 500ml and 1 litre containers
Silent4 is a pure plant-based product. It consists of several herbs without chemical additives. Our
combination of scientifically formulated herbal components include: Ocimum Sanctum Linn, Centella asiatica, Magnifera indica, Tinaspora cordifolia, Withania somnifera, Zinziber officinale, Tribulus terrestris.
My horse is a nightmare at dressage competitions; at home he is quiet and easy to train with fabulous paces and lots of ability. At competitions it?s a different story, he gets so over excited and sometimes almost uncontrollable making it very hard to ride him in a test.
Since using Silent 4 he is calmer and more concentrated making him a pleasure to ride in a dressage test. Now I can actually ride him and produce his best work. Whilst using Silent 4 he got the best dressage score at his 3rd Intro completing the competition with a first. Now I feed him Silent 4 for 4 days before every competition, and it doesn’t impair his performance or make him drowsy.
I Lee, Hereford.