How is Rose-Hip Vital Equine helping Sue Hearn and Remmington?
Besides being fed to horses to help treat inflammation and joint issues, Rose-Hip Vital Equine is also used to help maintain healthy joints, supplement nutrition and ultimately improve performance. Sue Hearn and Remmington (aka Lloyd) are a testament to that.
According to Sue Rose-Hip Vital Equine has helped Lloyd with all the travelling and extra training. He is coping well with all the changes and I believe Rose-Hip Vital is assisting this. He also looks amazing in his coat and his appetite has improved since hes been on it.
As Rose-Hip Vital Equine approaches its 3rd anniversary since launching onto the Australian scene, many riders have caught on to the benefits delivered outside of treating chronic inflammatory conditions. Not only does Rose-Hip Vital have powerful anti-inflammatory properties, its antioxidant and natural vitamin C combination are delivering many noticeable health benefits. On top of this Rose-Hip Vital is scientifically proven to help protect cartilage meaning it helps to delay the onset of arthritis changes or slow down further degeneration if it has already begun. To read the scientific study about cartilage protection click here.
Made from the humble Rosehip containing 23 naturally occurring minerals and 8 vitamins, Rose-Hip Vital powder is manufactured with patented extraction and drying processes which isolate and activate the patented compound GOPO. Rosehip products that do not contain GOPO have not been shown to have anti-inflammatory properties. To watch a short video explaining how GOPO works click here.
Competing at the Olympic Games is a life long dream of Sues after years of training horses to Grand Prix. Please help support Sue and Remmington as they continue this incredible journey. Follow this link to donate: https://www.gofundme.com/taz2ksck