SmartDark & Handsome&reg;
My horse didn't really like the taste, not sure if he wasted more than he ate. His coat was shiny but he is also blanketed and in a barn every day. I would probably try again.
June 18, 2013
I was skeptical about getting results that were claimed. But my horse looks great, his coat is shiny, his eyes are bright, and he is somewhat darker after 40 days or so. He didn't like it at first and would turn his feedpan upside down. I would suggest starting out with a small amount and increase gradually.
June 5, 2013
My horse found this unpleasant...
As much as I wished I could get my horse to eat this (I've heard raves from others), my horse completely refused to eat his feed with this in it. As a result, can't rate it's efficacy. Hoping for a pellet form, but will have to defer until then.
June 2, 2013
My bay Arabian gelding has recently finished sheding his winter coat. He has been on Smart Dark and Hansom for about six weeks and if anything his "socks" are browner and his new mane hair is coming in brown, not black. The SmartPak may not yet be taking effect. We will give it another month or two and see if he darkens. Until that time, I can't recommend for or against this product. We have a half brother to him that is a dark bay without benefit of the SmartPak so we have a means to evaluate progress.
He didn't like the palatability for the first three days. Now eats his feed without hesitation and others in the herd have been sampling it.
May 24, 2013
BOSS Works Just as good
We had our AQHA gelding on this for a month and half,no change was really noticed. I did went back to using black oil sunflower seeds and noticed a large change in the same amount of time.. Just not worth it to me.
April 19, 2013
I bought this for my chestnut gelding even though it's more meant for bay and black horses, I was hoping that it would improve the health of his skin thus preventing a fungus he had last year. Well not only his skin shinier but his coat has gone from a dull orange-ish brown color to a deep rich red! Multiple people from my barn have come up to me saying that they didn't realize he was so red before. I was worried that my horse wouldn't eat the supplement but he actually licks it out of the bowl!
March 31, 2013