Pony Driving Champion Talks About RiteTracBy Kentucky Equine Research Staff · November 27, 2014
A busy schedule of training, travel, and competition can be hard on horses. They’re constantly asked to adapt to different feeding schedules, unfamiliar surroundings, and the hustle and bustle of a show atmosphere, all of which may impact their digestive tract. Whether it’s full-blown colic or just mild discomfort from hindgut acidosis, any sort of abdominal upset can derail a horse’s performance and temperament.
In this video clip, national pony driving champion Shelly Temple talks about why she usesRiteTrac to support digestive tract health in the ponies she trains and shows. With its combination of fast-acting antacids and coating agents, RiteTrac was designed by Kentucky Equine Research to quickly neutralize excessive gastric acid, protecting the stomach lining and restoring the normal gastric environment. RiteTrac also contains EquiShure, a time-released hindgut buffer designed to act on the cecum and colon to minimize the effects of subclinical hindgut acidosis.