Best Behaviour Horse Calmer for Nervous Horses
The first horse calmer to both calm the nerves and soothe the muscle.
Sometimes tackling the nerves is not enough…You need to look at the cause and more and more riders are discovering that the cause is often niggling muscle problems. Best Behaviour is great horse calmer but it’s also great for your horse’s muscle. Get started today and feel the difference soothe.
Best Behaviour is a new type of horse calmer designed to support both the nervous system and muscle function because many horses are unable to concentrate or become difficult because their muscles are tight or sore. If your horse is tense, spooky, resisting the aids or being inattentive Best Behaviour is the horse calmer for you.
Why choose Best Behaviour Horse Calmer?
Many horses suffer from slightly uncomfortable muscles ant this may cause them to resist the aids and become inattentive or nervous. Best Behaviour will both relax your horse and help the muscle.
Best Behaviour is a horse calmer that beats the stuffing out of other puffed-up supplements. Many mediocre supplements are packed with filler and stuffing to bulk them up. Best Behaviour is concentrated in a small dose that is herb free, has no filler, no artificial preservative and no colouring.
- Great for horses that are edgy at home or suffer from performance anxiety
- Relaxes horses that are uptight and find it difficult to relax
- Best Behaviour will help your horse relax without making it dull.
- Guaranteed free from prohibited substances.
- Fast acting
- Exceptional value at only 34p per day.
How Our Horse Calmer Works
Best Behaviour is the first horse calmer that soothes both the nerves and the muscle this unique formula contains 550mg Methylsulfonylmethane MSM that may help horses with tight, slightly uncomfortable muscles.
Best Behaviour contains per 20g 9000mg Magnesium, 800mg Vitamin B1 and 160mg of L-Tryptophan an essential amino acid that produces serotonin a hormone that may contributor to feelings of well-being.
Will it help my horse?
Best Behaviour comes with a 100% money back guarantee that if it does not work we will give you your money back.
Does it help every horse?
Unfortunately Best Behaviour cannot work miracles it does not work for all horses and about ten in a hundred do not show much of an improvement but the vast majority of horses become relaxed and easier to ride and work with.
How do I give it?
Best Behaviour is mixed in the feed.
Can I give it every day?
Yes. Best Behaviour is very safe but you should always inform your vet about any changes in your horses feeding regime.
Does it contain any banned substances?
No: you can give it on the day of competition.
How long before I see a result?
Yu should see an improvement in your horse in a few days but some horses can take a week or more to show a benefit. Best behaviour contains nutrients and unlike drugs nutrients can often take time to work.
Will it affect my horse’s performance?
Best Behaviour will calm your horse but will not dull its performance.
Formulating a horse calmer…What works?
Magnesium as a horse calmer
The one ingredient that most horse calmers have in common is magnesium. There is a good reason why magnesium is so popular as a horse calmer - it works or at least it works on most horses. There is evidence that magnesium in connection with the sodium can suppress the irritability of nerve cells which may explain its usefulness as a horse calmer. Magnesium on its own is less effective as a calmer than it is when combined with other nutrients but more about that later.
There are several different chemical forms of magnesium used in horse calmers. The most common forms used are Magnesium Oxide, Magnesium Sulphate and Magnesium Aspartate.
Magnesium Aspartate: does it work as a horse calmer?
European Food Safety Authority in the EFSA Journal (2008) 883, 1-23
Reported as follows ‘ In view of the reported information on the insolubility of the magnesium aspartate complex, the Panel could not consider the magnesium aspartate complex as bioavailable’. This finding would seem to indicate that Magnesium Aspartate would not be adequately absorbed by horses and would therefore be unlikely to have much effect as a calmer.
Magnesium Sulphate as a horse calmer.
Magnesium Sulphate is frequently used in horse calmer formulations and it is highly absorbed but it has a number of drawbacks. Magnesium Sulphate draws water into the bowel and it is possible to overdose on it upsetting the delicate calcium- magnesium balance. It is best not used long-term as a horse calmer.
Magnesium oxide is the form of choice for most horse calmers. However the horse’s absorption of this nutrient is depended on the source of the material. Magnesium Oxide has one big advantage; your horse will only absorb what it needs and excrete the surplus. Best Behaviour contains a highly absorbable form of Magnesium Oxide. Magnesium is a bit hit and miss, it works for some horses and not for others. Sometimes it works well for a time but then the horse seems to become habituated to its effects wear off over time. For a long term effective horse calmer we have to consider adding something else; L Tryptophan.
L-Tryptophan is an amino acid that helps steady nervousness and excitable horses. It is very good for horses that find it difficult to concentrate and loose focus. It is also excellent for young horses being broken and during the early stages of schooling.
(Vitamin B1) Thiamine plays an important role in the transmission of nerve impulses: it is an excellent horse calmer. Vitamin Bi is particularly good for edgy, spooky and touchy horses that fidget and fuss and don’t like being clipped or handled.