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 ~A NEW LOOK INTO EQUINE LAMENESS, RECOVERY & GUT HEALTH~


GROUNDBREAKING Whole Body Formula Using a New Innovative Approach with Systemic Enzymes & Probiotics 

A REVOLUTIONARY APPROACH

WITH SYSTEMIC ENZYME THERAPY

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Serraquin ES15™ consists of a potent enzyme blend that helps Support Joint & Connective Tissue in Performance Horses. Serrapeptase a fundamental ingredient in Serraquin ES15, is known worldwide for its' ability to promote a healthy inflammatory response and maintaining healthy fibrin levels that in excess can cause a build-up of scar tissue and adhesions.

Used safely for more than 50 years, systemic enzymes are a natural and effective way to provide a first line of defense for the stress and work put on our equine friends. 

  • Supports A Healthy Inflammatory Response 

  • Scar Tissue Removal 

  • Assists with Performance Related Injuries

  • Supports Healthy Muscular & Connective Tissue

  • Promotes Healthy Digestion & Gastrointestinal Function

  • Accelerates the Natural Healing Process

  • Helps Alleviate Soreness & Stiffness

  • Clinical Studies

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"Made for Horse People by Horse People"

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MADE FOR HORSE PEOPLE

BY HORSE PEOPLE

With a love and passion for horses and with 25+ years of experience with systemic enzymes and their proven success on inflammation & pain for people Steel Horse Formulations was developed for our equine athletes. We are not only horse people but we are a company that prides itself on our expertise and knowledge of systemic enzymes and their benefits on many types of inflammatory conditions. 

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"There is something about the outside of a horse that is good for the inside of a man."
~Winston Churchill 

CLINICAL STUDIES

PROVEN TO ALLEVIATE PAIN & INFLAMMATION

CASE STUDY 1

Dr. Rakesh Pattu of New Delhi, India, conducted a trial study with the fundamental ingredients in Serraquin on six race horses suffering from non-specific lameness. The results of the study indicated that five of the six injured horses showed complete recovery, while the one horse that did not respond was later found to suffer from ligament tears that would require surgery to completely heal.

CASE STUDY 2

Dr. L.B. Sarkate of the Bombay Veterinary College Department of Surgery conducted a study using 18 buffalo calves. Each calf was subjected to deep aseptic lacerations of the left flank. Each wound was dressed with antibiotic himax ointment. Calves were divided into three groups of six. Group one was given Serraquin, group two was given traditional antibiotics, and group three was given antibiotics and anti-inflammatories. Of the 18 calves, the 6 that were administered Serraquin showed the shortest post surgical recovery times, far less swelling around the wound, and far less visible infection.

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