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    05-24-2014, 03:02 PM
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Acti-flex 4000 making horses jumpy?

Ok so my horse got very sick from a horse show ( well, I think that's where he got it.) when he was starting to get better, all of his legs swelled and he got to where it was hard for him to walk. Well, he jumps and I was wanting to get him back on jumping, but when his legs werent swelled anymore, he was still super stiff. I just got a joint supplement today called actiflex4000 to help with the stiffness. I just happened to look it up for other prices and on one website people were talking about how some supplements made their horses jumpy/spooky. My horse is already sort of jumpy .( btw he is an ottb) since I've only fed it to him one time, it's too early to see a difference but just in case I will take him off of it if a lot of other people had problems with it.
     



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