Grooming your

A horse’s appearance and overall health through proper grooming is without a doubt an important part of equine ownership. The human horse connection and the bond that is created when we use products that are designed with your horses’ health and well-being in mind cannot be overestimated. Pure, all-natural, and purposeful ingredients produce results.  Our Limber Up® line of equine liniments, shampoos and topicals are made with ingredients that you know and trust. Our base formulas are made from whole all-natural herbs (not extracts or tinctures) including Arnica, Aloe, Yucca, Rosemary, and Rosehip, steeped in Witch Hazel for 48 hours then compressed in order to remove all the natural goodness the herbs have to offer.

Animals, especially our equine friends who we sometimes ask a tremendous amount from, deserve to be as free from pain as possible. Getting them to perform at their highest level requires a solutions-based approach which includes proper preparation before a work-out, proper warm-up exercises before full-exertion, and proper cool-down to ensure that you can repeat this process day in and day out. Focusing on the key areas of your horse so they are as pain free as possible is an important consideration while assessing your pre and post exercise options.

Limber Up® equine liniment gel, equine liniment spray and equine liniment foam products can be used to target sore muscle groups, help decrease inflammation associated with over-exertion or trauma, and help warm-up stiff tendons, ligaments and muscles prior to exercise. Apply herbal rich Limber Up® topicals to those key areas of the leg, neck, back and croup areas to help encourage pain free flexibility. Doing so will give you peace of mind knowing that you are doing the right thing, and, doing everything in your power to make your horse as comfortable yet as competitive as possible.

A Stacey Small Grant Program

Help-A-Horse Help-A-Life is a Stacey Small inspired grants program. The goal of this program is to encourage veterinary students through financial support, to educate themselves in the fields of alternative medicine and specifically on the value of herbs and how herbs can be an important health contributor to the lives of animals. Expanding one’s knowledge of herbs, where they come from, how they are cultivated, the different strains, toxicity, medicinal value, uses, dosage, contraindications and the importance of how this knowledge can and should complement traditional medicine and therapies drove Stacey’s passion.