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        05-02-2013, 11:07 AM
    What is your favorite pain management supplement?

    We have a 31 year old Tennessee Walker who belongs to my 9 year old. They are a match made in heaven. He has done wonders for her confidence in riding almost to the point where I have to tell her now to slow down and let him catch a breather every now and then. He's in great health overall. He is a little stiff in his hind end. He's not lame at all but he drags one hind hoof a little if you know what you're looking for, and gives the farrier a hard time on that leg when he has to hold it up. I give him joint supplement on a regular basis but I'm looking into some kind of natural pain management supplement that I can add to his feed daily just to give him some relief from his old man aches and pains. I found this stuff at Stateline called EasyWillow by Finishline for example. What do y'all think? Anyone have a recommendation?

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