HEADSHAKING

If your horse struggles with sudden and involuntary head tossing movements that seem to be intermittent or unintentional he or she could be suffering from a common syndrome known as headshaking. 

Behaviors associated with 
head shaking may vary between horses. Many will shake or jolt their head into the air in an abrupt and unexpected movement. Some horses may aggressively rub their muzzle on the ground or on nearby objects, as well as continuously snorting and sneezing in an attempt to alleviate their discomfort.

 

Once a horse starts with head shaking, it is very difficult to cure.

 

 

However,  TOP STOCK HEADSHAKING FORMULA  get the ailment under control so that horse and rider can go back to leading a normal life.

TOP STOCK for Head Shaking horses contains all the antioxidants, minerals and vitamin that your horse needs, so all other supplements should be ceased.  The Formula will help to target overactive nerve tissue in equines to reduce the prevalence and intensity of the headshaking syndrome. CLICK HERE for testimonials from other horse owners involved in a trial carried out at University of California by the well know Equine Veterinarian, Dr John Madigan, BS, DVM, MS

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