Total Joint Care Performance
This product helped my horse to get better performance while jumping. It is the ideal product to keep your horse in a good shape
June 5, 2012
Wouldn't go a day without it
I found out my horse had some joint issues in the past (bone spurs & arthritis) and was not sure what to do. He never had a lame moment when I rode him all year (ie: jumping, etc...) except when I would lunge him. I gave him a few months off and was recommended TJC. He has been on it for 4 months now and I see such an impeccable & drastic change. He is so much happier in general and moves more forward in our two rides a week than he has the entire year I rode him when he was fit. For the results that I get, $70/month is well worth ever penny and I plan on putting all future horses on it. My horse is 13 years old but acts like he is 7 again and I love knowing he feels better all the time now.
May 3, 2012
So far so good
This is the second joint supplement that I have tried on my 15 year old horse. We are now in the second month of him getting it and I am noticing a difference. I hope the results continue to get better with long term use.
April 10, 2012
My horse was diagnosed with osteo-arthritis a few years ago. I have tried many different joint supplements and have to honestly say that Total Joint is the best. My horse walks much sounder when she gets her daily dose of this and if she is a little sorer I up the dose that day. Works great!
March 13, 2012
My 26 year old Thoroughbred has arthritis in his hind hip. I was told my veterinarian not to ride him anymore. I had tried other joint supplements, heat therapy, adequain shots and nothing helped - until this product. My horse is SOUND and happy and loves his job. This product gave me my horse back. That is priceless.
February 29, 2012
Didn't seem to make a difference?
I thought it wouldn't hurt to give my young mare some joint support. The ingredient list looked great, and the product had excellent reviews. Unfortunately, my picky mare wasn't crazy about the taste, and like all joint supplements, the product is fairly pricey (though admittedly not as $$ as some others). I went through the whole container as directed, but I didn't notice any difference in her condition or performance at all while on this product. It was suggested to me that if her joints have good function (she does have clean x-rays and she is only 6), a joint supplement would not have caused any appreciable difference in her performance, which I think that is a reasonable assumption. Since the jury is of course still out on whether joint supplements have any ability to prevent future joint damage, I have decided to save my money for now and take my mare off this supplement, but for horses that do need a joint supplement, I would probably choose this product again based on the ingredient list, cost per serving, and good reputation of Ramard (the manufacturer).
February 27, 2012