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Feeding for a sensitive sport horse

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        03-18-2012, 03:11 AM
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    My hard keeper OTTB does really well on triple crown senior(even tho she is only 15). She is highly prone to ulcers and once I did a round of ranitidine she started gaining weight and she calmed down a lot. She's been getting bad again the past few weeks so I'm thinking of treating her with omprezole(sp?) since it is supposed to be more effective.
         
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