Peak Performance Ex Stress Paste 30 cc

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Calm Down and Finish Strong with Ex Stress, The Ultimate B Complex & Magnesium Calmative. Ex Stress is an all natural, herb free formula to help your horse handle the stress of travel and competition. Don’t let your horse’s pre-event jitters cause him to wash out at the end of the event, feed Ex Stress. Ex Stress is available as a daily, economical powder and pellet, or an easy to administer event day paste. Ex Stress succeeds where other products have failed. When you need an effective calmative for your horse, try Ex Stress first.

No Valerian, No Tryptophan, and No Sugars

Product Details:

  • Focused and productive training
  • Stress-free travel to and from the event
  • Free from herbs that can cause drowsiness
  • More than just Thiamine - includes 5 necessary B-Vitamins for behavioral support
  • Available as a daily powder or as a pre-event / pre-travel paste

Out of 30 calming products tested, Ex Stress was picked as the overall best calmative by the Horse Journal.

“Ex Stress is the right mix when you need to take the edge off in a stressful situation.” - Horse Journal

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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:
5.05

(based on 3 reviews)

By
NY
April 12, 2016
5.05
"My horse readily eats the powder. I feed one scoop daily. He is more relaxed at the race track since receiving EX-STRESS."
By
OH
April 12, 2016
5.05
"I have used this product for several years and I can tell a huge difference when my horses are not on it. The nerves come out more as well as more energy. It keeps them in more focus with daily work from the young baby horses to the horses competing internationally in eventing."
By
PA
April 12, 2016
5.05
"This product helps decrease the anxiety level that often comes when taking young horses to a horse show for the first time. It just takes the edge off the horse so they can focus on being ridden and make the experience a pleasant one."