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    10-01-2009, 01:28 PM

When I work my horse hard, when we're jumping, or whenever he is sore, I have always rubbed him down (Legs, back, wherever) with Absorbine Gel Liniment. I like it pretty well. And it smells good!

I was recently talked into purchasing "Sore no More." Its a liquid, not a gel, well, at least the kind I have, and it can be applied directly or in a calculated mix with water to give your horse a bath brace. I mixed it in parts in a spray bottle to have kind of a "bath brace in a bottle" on hand.

Anyway, my question is, since it doesnt have that strong liniment smell and doesnt leave my hands all tingly, is it a good product? Anyone out there use if for soreness or stiffness??
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    10-01-2009, 03:00 PM
I use it, and love it.

Good for your for taking care of your horses legs and joints after you jump - not many do and I want to give you praise for that.

Our horses joints go through ALLOT of trauma when we jump, and not only cold hosing aftarwards helps, but so does a good rub down.

I personally, hose, rub and then do standing wraps for a few hours.

Good for you.
    10-02-2009, 01:02 PM
Good to hear! I didnt want to keep spraying him with something that wasn't working. Thanks for the confidence!
    10-02-2009, 10:33 PM
I have used Absorbine Liniment but the one I get isnt a gel, I just mix it with water and bath him in it, it is great. I have not used Sore no more.

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