- 14th April 2021 by Rowen Barbary
Gastric Ulcers - Case Study
Horse’s name (and stable name): Rumour Has It III (Dennis)
Owner’s name: Dr John Jones
Rider: Joe Trickett
Breed: Warm Blood
Dennis is a highly sensitive gelding that can be very reactive when ridden. I noticed that Den was starting to struggle with lateral work and getting very tense and worried when out competing, I felt this was restricting his progress and development as well as some weight loss.
When I approached the team at Rowen Barbary explaining Dennis's behaviour they came up with a few different ideas and formulated a supplement, now known as Acti-Sooth, specifically for Den that they advised me to feed alongside Rowen Barbary Forage ‘n’ Fibre. Although I am very pessimistic about the use of supplements, I soon noticed a dramatic change in behaviour and he was much more willing and cooperative to work. I have been lucky enough to have been trialling this product for 10 months now which I believe Rowen Barbary will launch very soon!