FREE Fact Sheet - Does my horse have gastric ulcers?

37% to 60% of our beloved show and pleasure horses suffer from ulcers. Is your horse playing up and showing signs of discomfort especially around the girth area? Maybe his appetite is reduced and his body condition is slowly decreasing. These could all be signs of gastric ulcers and not just a mood or phase your horse is going through.

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