Tack Store Mini Haul & Review

Hey Y’all! I went to my local tack store and decided it would be perfect to do a mini haul and product review. While I was at the tack store I picked up the Horse Health Products joint combo Classic, Clint R Mints horse treats, Carr & Day & Martin stain master green spot & Stain Remover. I tried these products for a month so I could include a review in this post.

Review

  • Clint R Mints horse treats: These horse treats are a locally made horse treat that appear to be oat and molasses based cookie with a peppermint on top. My horses absolutely love these cookies. I love them too because it makes their breathe smell like peppermints, let’s be honest horses breathe can be pretty stinky sometimes. You can visit their website to see more about these treats. http://www.clintrmints.com
     
  • Horse Health Products joint combo classic. I like this joint supplement a lot. I feed it to my 21-year-old AQHA gelding who has arthritis and it helps his joints, sometimes I think his joint’s seem a little bigger when I don’t include this into his feeding routine and this joint supplement is perfect for him. I also use this supplement for my 8-year-old AQHA mare who is ridden almost everyday and I like to give it to her to prevent arthritis and support her joints as well. I like that this formula is pelleted because I can see that they are eating it all, where as with certain powder formulas they don’t always eat it. I love the ingredients in it, some of them are Glucosamine, HCI, Chondroitin Sulfate with manganese and ascorbic acid. You can visit their website to see more Horse Health products here
     
  • Carr & Dave & Martin stain master green spot and stain remover. This product is basically like a dry shampoo for horses so you can clean them up a bit in the winter without having to get them soaking wet with the hose. Make sure you do a test patch on your horse 24 hours before you use it all over them. I have a Flea bitten grey horse who looks more like a white horse and she gets so dirty in the winter, and when it is too cold to give her a full bath I just use this product, although I do brush her quite often almost everyday during the winter to keep the dirt loosened and try to keep her as clean as possible. In the past stain removers would require her to get really wet, so I tried a test patch and I sprayed it on and brushed it with a regular hard brush, then I took a damp sponge and wiped it away and there were amazing results. I was amazed at how well this product works. This stain remover is perfect for any time of year but especially winter time because she only gets damp in the area it is applied to, it also has a nice sprayer and is not a gel which makes it easier and less messy. I will definitely be repurchasing this product again here
     
  • What is your favorite horse products to use in the winter?

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Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored post all opinions are my own

Happy HorsesKelly O'Connor