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    Junior Member Foal tipster111 will become famous soon enough
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    tying up

    hi there i have a pacer whos been tying up anyone got any suggestions on the best way to manage this problem? horses diet has been changed and he has daily turnout! any supplements or other measures that can be taken? many thanks mark.

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    Junior Member Foal nomireatras will become famous soon enough
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    make sure he is drinking a lot of water and if he is racing, that the electrolites he is losing through sweating are being replaced.

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    Junior Member Weanling AllAboutArt will become famous soon enough AllAboutArt's Avatar
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    Just bought our mare some fast twitch from Mitavite benn two weeks jogging after two weeks off from tying up see how it goes

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    Supplement Vitamin E and Selenium - be careful not to overfeed Selenium as it can be toxic.

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    Junior Member Foal Ericlobster will become famous soon enough
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    Quote Originally Posted by nomireatras View Post
    make sure he is drinking a lot of water and if he is racing, that the electrolites he is losing through sweating are being replaced.
    100% agreed. Electrolytes are super important for horses. Make sure buddy is well hydrated.

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