Best Coat Supplement!
I switched my dark bay mare to Grand Coat at the end of this summer. I have used many different coat supplements in past, including supplements made specifically for bays. NOTHING has worked as well or as quickly as Grand Coat! She was fully clipped about 3 weeks after starting her on it and her coat has never been so vibrant, dark and shiny! She usually turns a dull gray so I was shocked. I get compliments everyday from my barn mates and no one even noticed that she was clipped until I told them! My mare also had no trouble eating the powder. It's a little more expensive than other comparable supplements but trust me it's worth the money!
October 21, 2012
Althoulgh this is a powder, my horse licks it up with delight. He was a gift from special friends, so I want him to have the best of everything. His coat is so shiny, he looks like bright copper!
October 1, 2012
I had my Morgan on Grand Complete and to cut costs I switched him to Grand Coat. (He really only needs a coat supplement at this point.) I didn't really notice a huge difference. His coat is a little shinier, but his skin is still dry, and he still has dandruff. I am currently on a quest to find a better skin and coat supplement. He rubs his tail a lot and I am trying everything to discourage that because I do show him during show season, and his tail needs to be braided. He also seems itchy all the time. I did notice that his hair grows faster when he is on Grand Coat. I would recommend this supplement to a friend! :)
September 18, 2012
I began using Grand Coat 5 weeks ago - I can see an amazing difference in my mare's coat. Some days I just stand and admire how shiny she looks! Plus, her tail, which was skimpy, is starting to grow in nicely.
August 31, 2012
makes my palomino shine
I bought this for the omega fatty acids in it. My palomino appaloosa mare has developed an irregular heartbeat and my vet suggested an omega supplement to help with that. I chose this product because of the amount of omegas in it. I has brought out a beautiful golden luster to her coat. She shed out quickly and is gleaming
May 10, 2012
No effect at all...
I switched this product out for a month for my horse's usual coat product, Mirra-Coat. I didn't want to use this as it contains flaxseed, which mimics estrogen in the body, but I did like the addition of the yeast, so I tried it. My horse was particulary dry skinned this winter and spring, I think due to the dry air. No change on the Grand Coat, but when I went back to the Mirra-Coat his coat bloomed,so maybe he just needed a break from it in order for it to be effective again.
April 30, 2012