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Equine America Ventilator for Horses

  • 454g Tub £19.35


Equine America Ventilator is a natural supplement which has been specially formulated with a unique selection of natural ingredients and herbs to provide support for a clear bronchial system while giving aid to all aspects of the respiratory system including the lungs and airways.

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


Kelp, Garlic Powder, Astragalus Membranaceous, Fenugreek Seed Powder,Mullein Extract, Echinacea, Ascophyllium, Myrrh, Nettle, Sulphur, ElecampaneRoot, Gentian, Aloe Vera, Acetic Acid, Glycerine, Oil of Eucalyptus.


  • Crude Protein - 11.00%
  • Crude Fibre - 22.00%
  • Crude Oils & Fats - 2.00%
  • Crude Ash - 8.00%

Feeding guidelines

For a 500kg horse, per day:

For initial 5 days: 28g.

Thereafter, 14g.

Maximum per day: 28g.

14g measure enclosed.

Additional Information

FEI/Jockey Club Legal? Yes

How long will it last? (average size

horse at maintenance rate)

Approximately 32 days
Average cost per day? (Approx) 61p

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Respiratory question

12th Aug 2015

Hi. Could you please advise if this is useful for horses with COPD?
Thank you

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

This product is designed with COPD and similar conditions in mind. It is believed to be a mild help in the average case. Being a herbal product it has not been scientifically evaluated and so the degree to which it helps and the type of horse/condition which shows the best response is not clear. It is safe to try it and then you have to assess the effect for yourself. Always combine any treatment with diligent efforts to reduce the amount of dust your horse can inhale, especially from hay or straw. Spending as much time as possible outside is great. Choose different bedding (or rubber matting ideally) and soak hay if it is offered.