Dr Rachel Salz, Randwick Equine Centre

I have used Rose-Hip Vital Equine for over 18 months in performance horses of all disciplines and continue to be impressed by the results. It appears to have useful anti-inflammatory properties resulting in a reduction of pain, inflammation and even lameness in a number of horses with osteoarthritis. Some of the most noticeable results have been seen in older horses […]

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Dr Suzanne Polak, Canberra Equine Hospital

Rose-Hip Vital (RHV) was initially recommended to me by a colleague. Since I have had much earlier experience with rosehips while living in Denmark, where I was in love with the rosehip (hyben) jam and a powdered concentrate made into a warm drink, I was extremely curious about what benefits RHV could provide to my patients. Soon after contacting RHV directly, […]

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Dr. Raquel Butler, Integrated Veterinary Therapeutics

I have trialled many joint supplements over my years as a Veterinarian and I have finally found a supplement that ticks all the boxes.  It is a natural product that supports the entire animal and is well tolerated by the digestive system. I have seen first hand the benefits in both my own and clients horses and dogs. I have […]

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Dr Ilona Hudson, Noahs Ark Veterinary Services

I have been using Rose-Hip Vital Equine on both my dressage horses for a few years now. The horses are both Australian Warmbloods doing dressage, the 11yo is competing advanced and the 5yo is competing novice. With the horses being young and having no joint disease I am aware of, it was hard to know what to expect from the […]

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Professional Equine Bodyworker, Robyn Larson-Shelton

As a professional equine bodyworker for over 10 years, and a trainer prior to that, I know the importance of joint health. Joint pain and dysfunction should be considered from a whole horse point of view. Through the fascial system one unhappy joint can create a myriad of negative changes in the horse’s body affecting: performance, trainability, temperament, recovery, muscle […]

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