I Wanted To Say How Wonderful This Product Is!

Dear Nettex,

I’m writing to you regarding your ‘Calmer Maintenance Powder’ and I wanted to say how wonderful this product is!

I have a 5 year old coloured Connemara X WB SHP and she has been very difficult and very sharp, many calmers haven’t touched her or not helped us. The trouble we’ve had is she needs the edge taking off of her but maintaining the spark she needs to shine in the show ring.

After purchasing a 1kg tub (and only being half way through it) the difference is astounding – Dessi and I attended the New Forest Show and she behaved impeccably along with recently winning and taking champion at another local show.

Dessi will be attending the CHAPS (coloured horse and pony society) champs at the beginning of September and I will be taking a large supply of calmer with me!

I truly can’t recommend this product enough and would be very interested in the future to try many more of your supplements to cater for all our horses.

Many Thanks,

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