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  1. #1
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    Default Equine Leg Magic... anyone use it?

    Has anyone heard of this or know of anyone using it with any success?

    http://www.equinelegmagic.net/



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    I have never tried it but must say that webpage has my BS meter ringing off the charts.



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    I've never heard of it either, but I can't wait to see if anyone else chimes in, and if it actually works. It's quite expensive!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Laurierace View Post
    I have never tried it but must say that webpage has my BS meter ringing off the charts.
    Same here. Seems like just a vitamin/mineral kind of supplement to me.



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    I heard about this from another poster here. There is a long thread about it on TOB. I know people IRL who are using it. I have talked to the vet who makes it on the phone. Its not really about the vits/mins but moreso the ratio to each other. I have also spoken to people who have used it on themselves and their dogs. So far, those who have used it, even STRONG skeptics like myself, have seen positive results. Its not voodoo or anything but it is all about providing the body the nutrition it needs in the right ratios. I dunno... I still havent ordered it but I am watching all the talk about it and watching my friends horses.
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    Lady is advertising in a women at my barn's magazine so sent her a free sample that we are trying on a horse. I seriously doubt it works its just vit/mins, but we will see.



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    I've tried it. IMHO its not worth the money. Did nothing for my horse. He ate it, but had to cover it with molasses. Isnt appetizing to the horse at all. Its got the consistency of fine gravel....A waste of money. I wouldn't bother.



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    Quote Originally Posted by LuvThoseKhemos View Post
    I've tried it. IMHO its not worth the money. Did nothing for my horse. He ate it, but had to cover it with molasses. Isnt appetizing to the horse at all. Its got the consistency of fine gravel....A waste of money. I wouldn't bother.
    what condition were you using it for?



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    Check out the Looooong thread on it on the Other BB( UDBB). Lots of opinions and first hand statements from people who have tried it. Sounds like snake oil to me, but these people are "seeing" results.



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    Quote Originally Posted by CB/TB View Post
    Check out the Looooong thread on it on the Other BB( UDBB). Lots of opinions and first hand statements from people who have tried it. Sounds like snake oil to me, but these people are "seeing" results.
    Thanks, but I'm not up on the jargon, could you spell out UDBB? Thanks.



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    Www. ultimatedressage.com. ( Sorry). Check under the veterinary topic.



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    Quote Originally Posted by KrazyTBMare View Post
    I heard about this from another poster here. There is a long thread about it on TOB. I know people IRL who are using it. I have talked to the vet who makes it on the phone. Its not really about the vits/mins but moreso the ratio to each other. .
    Unless you can control all other dietary sources of the components of the stuff, which is well night impossible, the ratios are not consistent, though.
    "It's like a Russian nesting doll of train wrecks."--CaitlinandTheBay

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    I don't know anything about this. perhpas it provides some horses with vit/mins they need. Don't know.

    I have talked to the vet who makes it on the phone
    I'm curious where people are getting that the founder is a vet. I don't see it on the website . The "dr" is from a PhD in nutrition or philosophy, I think? perhaps I missed the DVM mention or is there a different designation in the US?



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    I'm simply in awe that it can treat straight pasterns!
    "It's like a Russian nesting doll of train wrecks."--CaitlinandTheBay

    ...just settin' on the Group W bench.



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    Well I think it depends on the age of the horse and the cause of the affliction. With a weanling, as with club feet, this can be tendon related and related to nutrition so i would not say it is impossible to affect this with feed changes (depending on cause and age)



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    It fixes hoof wall cracks and bone chips too?
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    well, it is "magic" after all



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