Horse Respiratory Supplements

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      Respiratory health is essential for performance! Horses are subjected to a constant respiratory challenge from fungal spores, pollen, and dust, whether they are stabled or out at pasture. Normally, the horse’s own defences remove these particles as they enter the upper airways, preventing the particles from reaching the sensitive lower airways and lungs. However, there are occasions when a healthy respiratory system is overwhelmed by these tiny particles, respiratory health is compromised, and performance may be affected.

      Targeted nutritional support can help support the horse’s natural defences against respiratory challenges, utilizing natural, plant-based ingredients and key antioxidant nutrients to support healthy respiratory and immune systems.

      Our Respiratory Range for Horses

      We stock a range of high-quality supplements to support your horse's breathing. 


      7 products

      7 products

      Airways powder and liquid contain a potent blend of essential oils, including eucalyptus and menthol, to support respiratory function.

      Coff-Less powder provides a blend of phytochemicals (compounds from plants) including Astragalus, Nettle, Aloe vera, and echinacea, as well as eucalyptus and menthol to support respiratory health and the immune system.

      As well as containing many of the ingredients above, Pollen-eze also contains apple cider vinegar and MSM to help support a normal inflammatory response when high levels of pollen pose additional challenges to the horse’s respiratory system.

      Bleader Gard powder and paste provide targeted nutritional support for blood vessels and the respiratory system, including high levels of antioxidants, bioflavonoids, key amino acids, and nitric oxide precursors, from both vitamins C and E as well as natural, plant-based sources such as beetroot.

      Shaker Gard provides a wide range of key nutrients and ingredients targeted to support the respiratory, immune, and nervous systems, to help resist the challenges of pollen, sunlight, wind, and dust during periods of seasonal head discomfort.