As the season is about to begin proper and we all start to think about the possibility of the sun, it’s time to look at our Cavalor product essentials for 2018.
Top of the list for our show basket is Equi wash, Cavalor’s pH balanced shampoo. Most importantly this product is extremely economical. Just 1 squirt in a 10L bucket is enough to wash at least one horse completely.
It’s mild, but active enough to ensure all the grim and dirt is removed and your horses coat left clean and shiny.
We all know about the mane and tail spray that makes them look amazing at the start, but then gradually over time the hair becomes matted and sticky.
Quality of ingredients is the problem here and this is where the Cavalor Star Shine comes into its own.
Using only the very best quality silicone and conditioners, the result is a shiny and full volume mane and tail without the slipping and sliding.
It’s so good feel free to cover the whole horse with it after a good bath. Stickiness and saddle sliding are a thing of the past with Cavalor Star Shine
Number #1 on our list of must haves for the care box is this amazing fly repellent.
Cavalor Flyless contains Icaridine – an insect repellent molecule that is registered for use in both humans and horses.
It is the ultimate horse fly repellent spray.
It is non-sticky and non-greasy and will not harm you, your horse or clothing.
Studies have shown that this product is effective for up to 24 hours and is 10% more effective than DEET (which is a nasty, harmful chemical used in most brands) and 20% more effective than the other most common ingredient IR3535.
Mobile first aid for your horse, First 8 Spray is a fast and hygienic way to alleviate skin irritations, minor infections, cuts and wounds.
Can be applied directly to an open wound without the need to make contact with it providing protection, disinfection and wound healing help.
First 8 has your wounds covered, but sometimes your horse gets those minor digestive upsets that you are unsure how to deal with. Not quite veterinary issue, but something is wrong with their guts.
Cavalor Emergency 911 is for just this situation.
It is a fast acting supplement for the urgent care of intestinal disturbances in horses and something we would never be away from home without.
Now we are not the manufacturer of this product and this is simply a statement of our experience – however just the other week we had a horse that looked like it might be about to have a touch of colic. We quickly administered the 911 and observed. Approximately 30 minutes later and after the passing of much wind and some droppings the horse was fine. We get reports of this constantly from clients.
This is NOT a substitute for the vet and NOT a treatment for horses in distress – but for experienced horse men and women who have that “shall we shan’t we call the vet” type of incident we have used this to great effect.