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14th April 2021 by Rowen Barbary

Gastric Ulcers - Case Study

Gastric Ulcers - Case Study

Horse’s name (and stable name): Rumour Has It III (Dennis)

Owner’s name: Dr John Jones

Rider:  Joe Trickett

Location: Shropshire

Colour: Bay

Sex: Gelding

Height: 16.3

Age: 7

Breed: Warm Blood

Introduction

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.

The Product

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!

About Rowen Barbary
All manufacturing at Rowen Barbary is carried out in a state of the art mill located in the heart of the Shropshire countryside. We use only the highest quality ingredients sourced, where possible, from local farms before they are blended by our dedicated team in our UFAS audited mill. Rowen Barbary also conforms to BETA NOPS guidelines with raw materials & finished feeds regularly laboratory tested to ensure that every bag of feed continues to meet not only ours, but also your high standards.