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Equine America Kentucky Liquid Joint Supplement for Horses

  • 946ml Bottle £22.49

Glucosamine, MSM, Bromelain, Hyaluronic Acid and ASU. Kentucky Joint Supplement is probably the most affordable joint supplement on the market. If your horse is already on Cortaflex® then we recommend you stay on it, but if you are using an alternative to Cortaflex® to save money, then upgrade to Kentucky Joint Supplement and save more money! You will be pleased at the difference to your horse and your pocket.

The 946ml bottle is used by squeezing the bottle to fill up the measuring section, which makes pouring out the correct amount easy.

Currently all Equine America products are suitable for use under FEI and Jockey Club rules.


Water, D-Glucose - 80,000mg/kg, Methylsulphonylmethane (MSM), Glucosamine Hydrochloride, Collagen Hydrolysate, Bromelain Extract - 2,800mg/kg, Avocado Soybean Unsaponifiables (ASU) - 2,800mg/kg, Birch Extract(HA) - 2,800mg/kg.


Technological Additives:

Preservatives: Ammonium Propionate - E280 - 1000mg/kg.

Anti-oxidants: Ascorbic Acid - E300-5,600mg/kg.

Thickener: Xanthan Gum - E415 - 4,000mg/kg.

Nutritional Additives:

Amino Acids: L-Glutamine.

(Amino Acids are produced by hydrolysis of proteins).


  • Crude Protein - 5.00%
  • Crude Fibre - 0.90%
  • Crude Oils & Fats - 0.90%
  • Crude Ash - 8.00%
  • Methylsulphonylmethane (MSM) - 1.80%
  • Glucosamine Hydrochloride - 1.20%
  • Bromelain Extract - 0.28%
  • Avocado Soybean Unsaponifiables (ASU) - 0.28%
  • Birch Extract (HA) - 0.28%
  • Moisture - 77.60%

Feeding guidelines

For a 500kg horse, per day:

For hard work: 30ml.

For others: 15ml.

Maximum per day: 30ml.

Additional Information

FEI/Jockey Club Legal? Yes

How long will it last? (average size

horse at maintenance rate)

Approximately two months
Average cost per day? (Approx) 38p
Suitable for use during pregnancy? Yes

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Kentucky versus glucosamine plus

15th Jul 2015
Samantha Hadingham
  • VioVet Customer Since: November 2010
  • From: Berkshire, United Kingdom

Hi there,
I'm currently comparing your two products, the kentucky liquid and the glucosamine plus powder. The ingredients seem very similar. What is the difference? This is to help my horse with arthritic hocks.
Many thanks :)

  • Non-Executive Director

It is very difficult to choose between different joint supplements and the differences between them are not often clear, let alone what effect those differences will make. The total amount of glucosamine the horse receives can be different, depending on the amount of each product you give. This might have an effect, but even that is not certain. Usually it is a matter of trying a supplement and seeing how things go. If it works well then stay with it, if results seems disappointing, it can be worth trying something else.

How to use

3rd Jul 2015
Lindsay Rousell
  • VioVet Customer Since: May 2013
  • From: West midlands, United Kingdom

How do i use this product can i syringe straight into mouth or is over food best only i usually have problems when i put things in his food hes very clever like that

  • Web Developer

Yes it is suitable for being syringed straight into your horse's mouth.

Benefits of buteless over full dose of Kentucky

29th Aug 2014

Hi there, my TB darcy is 22 years young and over the last few months I have been adding Kentucky to his diet to help with his stiffness and overnight restlessness in the stable. I maintained the lower dose to begin with but there was not much improvement, so I then increased to the higher dose. This has made a definite difference to his general comfort overnight and he is much quicker to loosen up when working. As the Kentucky contains brome line , which is the pain reliving ingredient in the buteless , I am wondering if it would be more effective to be giving darcy the buteless instead. I'm seeking some advice before making any changes that may be detremental to Darcy's comfort, and also to my pocket. Thank you in advance for any suggestions.....melissa4913

  • Non-Executive Director

It would be great to be able to predict what effect such a change would have, but I do not think that is possible. Your horse could be responding to any or all of the ingredients in the current supplement. The results might be better or worse if you change things. Personally I would advise staying with the Kentucky product because it is likely that the range of ingredients are helping.