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Gets you calmly through ‘Box Rest’ A calmer including ‘recovery nutrition’

A product designed to help you when you need to keep your horse relaxed when confined in a loose box. This situation may have arisen because of advice from your vet. Being confined without the chance of being in the open or mixing with other horses can be very stressful for any horse. In fact such a situation can sometimes slow the process of full recovery and necessitate an even longer period of isolation.

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Winter Cherry, Amla, Holy Basil, Zinc Proteinate, Manganese Proteinate, Copper Proteinate. 

Feed 4 scoops throughout the day for an average sized horse. The amount required may be reduced as less help is needed. Box rest will start to work within 3-5 days and provides important minerals and vitamin supplementation (including magnesium) that your horse needs while on box rest.

Ms S Pegg, Norfolk

"The best calmer I have ever used - absolutely fantastic"

Ms Dawn Dell, Wiltshire

Dawn started using Box Rest after her 17hh TB was put on forced box rest to aid the recovery of badly cracked feet. Dawn said: "Box Rest has made my life so much easier."

Ms H Menhinick

"Box Rest works wonders, I used if for 5 months after injury. My Thoroughbred has stayed calm so I will continue with it and want to recommend it to everyone. I run a livery yard and will encourage all my clients to use your products where necessary."