Focus AND MagRestore ® Combos
Price: From $29.99 to $288.99
Manufacturer: Performance Equine
important to recognize that the mind and the body are connected. Some
horses are just more busy minded and lack the confidence they need to
perform making them harder to train and show. These horses can have a
higher magnesium requirement than a horse that is naturally calm and
takes things in stride. Now ad hauling, physical exertion and showing
and it's easy to see how a horse can develop a magnesium shortfall.
Instead of getting better with age, experience and training, these
horses get worse and worse.
A horse that is usually kind and quiet may develop low magnesium towards
the end of a strenuous show season and may begin to exhibit behaviors
that are out of character.
Supplementing with MagRestore ®
addresses the physical symptoms of a shortfall such as skin
sensitivity, chronically sore back (not related to saddle fit) hard
muscles, muscle tremor, twitching, head shaking. (See list of magnesium deficiency signs)
When a horse has been coping with low magnesium for some time, it can
develop a negative association to work, people, the trailer, baths,
saddling, brushing etc. They will often start to refuse to work and
become difficult to train. That is mental and Focus helps in this area.
They often work up instead of down. They are now in a cycle that is
hard to break unless we help. Low magnesium creates mental anxiety,
anxiety and fear release adrenaline which rapidly depletes available
magnesium. This becomes a vicious cycle. Focus quiets a busy,
fearful, anxious mind reducing the bodies need to release adrenaline.
It also addresses the bad mental habits that have now become part of the
horses daily behavior while magnesium addresses they physical symptoms
that started this whole cycle in motion. Soon, the horse begins to
feel better physically and mentally and coping with everyday things
(Product ships in two bags. MagRestore and Focus. It is not combined into one product)
These two products really compliment each other
7/15/2014 11:32 AM
I used the MagRestore first and it really helped with my horses sensitivity and muscle soreness....but he still needed help with his extreme lack of confidence. When I added the Focus Equine, it relaxed his mind enough for me to push him through the areas in his training where he had learned to be defensive. I could reward him and he stayed out of trouble...all good stuff.