Thiamine (Vitamin B1) and Magnesium Supplement for Performance Horses
B-Quiet is formulated to manage the symptoms of thiamine and magnesium deficiency including hyperirritability, nervousness, and anxiety, which may result in decreased performance.
B-Quiet is available as a powder or convenient paste for daily or strategic use when travelling or competing.
Why use B-Quiet?
- Combination of thiamine and magnesium to support excitable, highly strung or anxious horses
- Recent research has found that supplementing thiamine and organic magnesium to your horse’s diet can reduce anxiety by assisting the maintenance of nerve function
- Thiamine plays a vital role in carbohydrate metabolism and nerve transmission
- Horses on high grain, low forage diets, or hard-working horses, may have reduced production of thiamine by intestinal bacteria because of stress or hindgut acidosis
- Magnesium has an important role in muscle and nerve function
- Horses that are deficient in magnesium can show signs of spooky and excitable behaviour, and may suffer muscle tremors or cramping
- Recent research has shown that magnesium supplementation may positively influence behaviour in horses during stressful situations
- Does not contain prohibited substances.
When to use B-Quiet?
- Horses prone to hyperirritability, nervousness, and anxiety
- Horses on high grain, low forage diets or those in heavy training
- The day of competition, travel, or any stressful events such as weaning or during early stages of training.
B-Quiet® is also available as B-Quiet Paste, an easy to use, convenient and palatable magnesium and thiamine paste.
The following amounts should be fed daily. Mix well with feed.
Feed *30g (1 level scoop) to nervous horses, horses on high grain intakes or in heavy training, and other horses showing signs
of thiamine or magnesium deficiency,
for as long as signs persist.
Feed 60g (2 level scoops) to horses
for 2 days prior to a show or competition.
What others are saying
“B-Quiet is perfect for my one strung-out horse - even his tail scares him when he is not on B-Quiet, it settles him down to a rational level and he is now going 1 star”
Megan Jones - Olympic Silver Medalist