Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: secret mountain valley
I'm with WYgma, there are a lot of things it could be and I would never, EVER put anything in a horse's eye that was not expressly prescribed by a veterinarian.
I can't speak to the efficacy of the product but at a recent lecture we had from an equine ophthalmologist, we were told there is not much you can do for cataracts. Since this is a common health concern in horses, if there were a product out there that worked well, I'm sure a board certified ophtho. would know about it, but again, I have not tried it myself.