Originally Posted by 2SCHorses
What are you feeding? Many hotness issues can be resolved balancing feed before adding a calming suppliment. Grain like oats, corn or sweet feed can really contribute to hotness especially if your horse is only moderately exercised. Also switching to grass only hay instead of legume mix can help, too. If all that is balanced and you have a good exercise routine, and your horse is still hot, you can try some calming supplements. Every horse reacts differently so you may have to try a few. We use Quietex for our mare when trailering because she gets a little motion sick and nervous. It helps her have a smoother trip and less diarrhea.
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However, if you have a mare that gets nutto despite a balanced diet, I've used Quiessence with AWESOME results, and have also used RelaxHer and Levelor. I didn't use RelaxHer long enough to see a difference, as Levelor was on sale and I used it the rest of the season.
My mare had an ovarian cyst this spring, and after veterinary treatment I kept her on Levelor...and she was great all season.