Breath Of Fresh Air In A Feed Balancer
Chip Original now carries even greater benefits for horses and ponies
of all kinds. The already comprehensive formulation is being re-launched
following the inclusion of Primo Vento, a synergistic combination
of ingredients designed to help respiration and maintain healthy
lung function. This means that Blue Chip contributes even more extensively
to overall health and well-being.
Vento combines antioxidant vitamins A,C &E, Omega 3 Oils, Selplex
and Inovair; a traditional blend of herbs, oils, garlic and menthol.
Based on scientific research, this unique fusion is intended to
boost the immune system and maintain a healthy respiratory tract.
new Blue Chip formulation has been prompted largely by consumer
demand. Blue Chip asked its customers what most concerned them about
their horses health and well-being. The overwhelming response
was that respiratory problems were a major concern; the feeling
being that horses are increasingly sensitive to pollen, dust, fungal
spores and pollution and that allergies affecting the respiratory
system are becoming more widespread.
at a large number of yards (including those of Di Lampard, Kelly
Marks, Kyra Kyrklund and the Yorkshire Riding Centre) yielded impressive
results, one of the most dramatic being the oldest pony in Britain,
52 year old Samantha from St Bernards Animal Sanctuary. Staff
were previously unaware that the pony even had breathing problems,
putting her shortage of breath down to old age. However, since being
given Blue Chip Original with Primo Vento, Samantha is far more
active, trotting easily around her paddock without becoming breathless.
of the main advantages for horse owners is that Blue Chip has addressed
these concerns whilst reducing the need for additional dietary supplementation,
thereby making this exceptional nutritional package even more valuable
to the horse.
Blue Chip on 0114 266 6200, FAX: 0114 268 5010 or log on at http://www.bluechipfeed.com/
Blue Chip on Stand No. 32 at the British Equine Event, 2nd &
3rd November 2002