Libby Hulin in top 100 young dressage riders in the world!
Photo credit: Stephen Mowbray
SEVEN Australians have made it into the worlds top 100 young dressage rider rankings, including Rose-Hip Vital Equine sponsored rider Elisabeth Hulin. The rankings were released by the International Equestrian Federation for the first time, with the young rider category covering the ages of 16 to 21. To read the full article click here.
Why Libby loves Rose-Hip Vital Equine:
Rose-Hip Vital Equine (RHVE) was recommended by a close friend who couldnt speak more highly of it and the positive effects it had on her horse. Moscow is currently 19 years old and a grand prix trained warmblood gelding. I wanted to maintain his performance and support his health whilst I had the opportunity to compete with him. Moscow had been semi-retired for a little while before I commenced riding him and I felt with his age I wanted to help his joints and muscles as much as possible and needed to find that one supplement that would assist his joints and prevent inflammation and those niggling minor problems that can occur in the older horse. Reading about RHVE, testimonials and actual stories I knew it was a proven supplement.
After a month of Moscow being on RHVE I noticed an improvement in Moscows demeanor. In fact many people commented on how good he looks, his coat is shinier and looking healthier. It also improved his recovery time after a competition, he feels less stiff after a few days off. RHVE had a huge impact on Moscow when travelling to Boneo Park CDI in Melbourne and Dressage with Altitude in Orange earlier this year. I doubled his dose a week before and continued this for 5 days once returning home knowing a big journey was on the horizon. He tolerated the travelling very well, was happy and settled and I believe our results confirm the benefits RHVE. RHVE is the only supplement Moscow is on and has ever been on and I strongly believe it is keeping Moscow fit and healthy. Moscow performed and felt great for the whole duration for both competitions and have RHVE to thank for that. Moscow absolutely loves his RHVE, and I would recommend it to anyone wanting a joint supplement.
At home I also have my very first horse my parents purchased for me when I was 12 a spotless Appaloosa part Quarter Horse Colonial Black Douglas. He is currently 12 years old and a very laid back type of gentlemen who loves attention. I trained Douglas to Advanced level ready for PSG before colic surgery in 2013. The vets saved his life and removed a 3.3kg enterolith from his large intestine. The surgery really knocked him around and lost some of his spark. Unfortunately due to an extended recovery time we found Douglas didnt come back into work 100% he wasnt completely sound. After X-rays we found a small spur on his knee which explained the swelling and the slight unsoundness. I started him on RHVE and after a month the swelling from his knee was completely gone and he is sound. I do look forward to bringing him back into work soon.
My mum has started on Rose-Hip Vital as well, mum is a keen sewer and loves making quilts. Mum sews most nights in her spare time, hand sewing and machine sewing. Rose-Hip has helped the joints in her fingers and has kept them agile for the fiddly parts of hand sewing. Mum is now recommending her sewing friends the benefits of Rose-Hip Vital.