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Sheer Etiquette (Ellie)

CONDITION: Joint Pain
RIDER: Susan Paix's
LOCATION: AUS

In 2011 we started competing at Grand Prix International, unfortunately arthritic changes and stiffness set in for Ellie and we sadly decided to retire. Six months ago I started Ellie on Rose-Hip Vital. The change is unbelievable. 

Ellie is better now than when she was competing. Ellie and I are going back into competition at the ripe age of 20. This is so exciting!

Life is too short to be unhealthy. Thank you Rose-Hip Vital!

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Raven Man O Man M617

AGE: 6.5
CONDITION: Injury
LOCATION: AUS


"The improvement has been nothing short of phenomenal! Our vet is amazed!"

  

  


  


Severley ruptured CL in a Limousin stud bull. Severely lame could not walk at all. Prognosis was no cure and euthanasia recommended as this injury advised not repairable. Bovine specialists were also consulted who advised same. Discussions with vet pre my decision to try RHV raised concerns that bovine stomach would likely not allow absorption of product. We started administering RHV, figured nothing to lose and the improvement has been nothing short of phenomenal! Our vet is amazed! This bull could barely walk at all, he was severely and horrifically immobile and lame. The improvement so far had been absolutely remarkable!! After approx 6 weeks of treatment he made a significant, noticeable and phenomenal improvement with full mobility, and gait, covering large strides comfortably (though some impediment). He also seems much happier, comfortable, and more his normal self. I have also noticed his overall condition has improved considerably. The difference between him pre treatment, and now is simply unbelievable! Thank you.

 

Letter from Veterinarian Dr Scott Bissaker BVSc 14/04/2022:


Morpeth Veterinary Hospital
105 Swan Street
Morpeth NSW 2321

To whom it may concern,

I presented to Mr and Mrs Sutcliffe’s property on the 22nd of December, 2021 to examine Man O Man, a mature Limousin Bull for acute right hind lameness. On physical examination, he was found to have marked (grade 4) right hind lameness, right stifle instability and joint effusion consisten with, and thus presumptive diagnosis of, craniel cruciate rupture. Unfortunately, the prognosis for this type of injury is poor with most individuals humanely euthanized.

There are experimental studies in the USA showing promising resluts for surgical repair however we could not find anyone in Australia performing these surgeries here and this medical management was the only option available to Man O Man. Traditionally medical management of these cases included anti-inflammatory pain relief and strict confinement for up to 6 months. Oral supplements used in other species are often found to be ineffective in Ruminant species due to microflora action in the forestomach, thus resulting in poor bioavailability to the patient.

Mrs Sutcliffe researched and proposed using Rose Hip during his recovery and due to the above reasoning, I was skeptical of its effects. Man O Man has been on Rose Hip supplementation for a couple of months now and I’m happy to report his clinical picture is much improved. His lameness, despite still being present, has improved dramatically and he appears to be moving much more freely and sure footed.

I would be interested to see any previous, current or future studies on the use of Rose Hip in cattle for not only traumatic orthopeadic injuries but also for degenerative diseases.

Kind regards,

Dr Scott Bissaker BVSc


Raven Man O Man M617 on Rose-Hip Vital Equine

NAME: Monty
AGE: 9
CONDITION: Injury
LOCATION: AUS


"I just wanted to let you know about a couple of my horses that have been on Rose-Hip Vital for a little while now. Monty my 9 yr old welsh cob sec D, is a driving horse, driven three to four times a week. Had an horrific accident whilst tied to the horse float around 15 months ago, He somehow managed to wedge his foot between the wheel and the wheel arch...READ MORE"

Monty

AGE: 9
CONDITION: Injury
LOCATION: AUS


"15 months post injury, we did our first dressage weekend. He is driven three to four days a week on hard road surfaces and so far has stayed completely sound"


I just wanted to let you know about a couple of my horses that have been on Rose-Hip Vital for a little while now.


Monty my 9 yr old welsh cob sec D, is a driving horse, driven three to four times a week. Had an horrific accident whilst tied to the horse float around 15 months ago, He somehow managed to wedge his foot between the wheel and the wheel arch, resulting in catastrophic injury to the heel of his near hind. Eight days in intensive care with 60 stitches and a cast he came home. Three weeks later he is still on three legs, back into surgery for more x-rays and I was told that the force he used to pull his foot free had also resulted in significant joint damage to the fetlock joint and he would never be sound and to euthanize him immediately. This was organised for the following morning, except I just couldn't do it to him, he was such a fighter.


As soon as he was off his antibiotics he went straight on to Rose-Hip Vital and paddock rest, 8 months later and sound he was back into light work. Now 15 months post injury, we did our first dressage weekend. He is driven three to four days a week on hard road surfaces and so far has stayed completely sound. needless to say he will stay on Rose-Hip Vital for the foreseeable future.


Six months after this incident, my other driving horse is a 15.1 hackney gelding, 21 yrs old and has been in harness since he was three. He came up lame after a sunday drive out, swollen fetlock joints on both hinds, one worse than the other. A scan came back with worn tendon sheath on both legs, due to wear and tear and his years as a harness horse. This sort of made sense and so I retired him immediately, although he also went straight onto Rose-Hip Vital, and still is. 12 months later the swelling has completely gone and he is sound, although still retired he shows absolutely no sign of lameness or discomfort.


Monty on Rose-Hip Vital Equine

NAME: Lumi
AGE: -
CONDITION: Injury
LOCATION: AUS


"I've had my qh mare on this product for 18 months, she had an injury from travelling interstate on a truck, she was very sore in the hip, pelvic area, with in 3 months we had a massage and chiropractic adjustment, continued on Rosehip she has recovered completely, I keep her on this product as it is natural and really works, I would never stop giving her Rose-Hip Vital."

Lumi, Sinatra's Baby Doll

AGE: -
CONDITION: Injury
LOCATION: AUS


"I would never stop giving her Rose-Hip Vital"


I've had my qh mare on this product for 18 months, she had an injury from travelling interstate on a truck, she was very sore in the hip, pelvic area, with in 3 months we had a massage and chiropractic adjustment, continued on Rosehip she has recovered completely, I keep her on this product as it is natural and really works, I would never stop giving her Rose-Hip Vital. 


Lumi on Rose-Hip Vital Equine

Improve your horse's joint health and wellbeing

Reduce inflammation, protect cartilage and boost immunity

Rose-Hip Vital® Equine is a plant-based anti- inflammatory and immune system support for your horse’s joint health and general wellbeing. Made from Rosehips manufactured with patented processes, Rose-Hip Vital® Equine is scientifically proven to reduce inflammation, protect cartilage, improve general health and improve performance.

Patented extraction and drying processes isolate and activate the compound GOPO® which has scientifically proven anti-inflammatory and antioxidative properties. GOPO® works by stopping excess white blood cells from gathering around inflamed tissue, thereby helping to break the cycle of inflammation and protect cartilage. Rosehip products that do not contain GOPO® have not been shown to have anti-inflammatory properties.