Horses Show Improved Appetites, Hair Coat and Digestive Efficiency
Babolna Stud in Babolna, Hungary, has 2,500 horses
in its breeding program and is one of the largest breeding stables in
the world. In February, 1991, a group of 28 Thoroughbred race horses
were tested with Ration Plus™
Dr. Gabriss Krisztina, the stable veterinarian,
and her staff evaluated seven variables as signs of overall health.
(Weight gain was not an issue with the Babolna horses, which were
regarded as easy keepers.)
According to Dr. Krisztina, "The appetite
of the horses supplemented with Ration
been improved compared with that of the control group...The material
seemed especially good for the hair coat and the hooves."
No detrimental effects were observed, and 57.1
% showed significant improvements in 3 or more variables. Only 2 horses
showed no significant improvement in any variable.
The findings are especially impressive
because these are top quality horses- most judged to be in good condition
to begin with.