Omega Alpha Blogger Challenge: Conga Finds a New Solution with Sinew-X

We recently selected a few bloggers to try out a 30 day supply of Omega Alpha’s popular joint supplement, Sinew-X. These bloggers have received their supply and will be starting their horses on a 30 day regimen, all while blogging about their observations and results! We can’t wait to see how their horses take to the supplement, and we hope you enjoy following along! Ute Shepherd sent in her recap blog of her experiences using Sinew-X on her OTTB mare, Conga.

Photo by Ute Shepherd.

Photo by Ute Shepherd.

Conga finished her final dose of Sinew-X a little while ago now and I can’t be more pleased with the results. We have been working with her on the lunge line and under saddle again now that the weather is cooperating a little more, and she has been doing wonderfully.

As a matter of fact, she has done so well on the Omega Alpha Equine Sinew-X that I will continue her on it. Lucky for us, it is available at the tack and vet supply store that I frequent, so I don’t have to worry about trying to locate a dealer. It is very affordable and available in a 1 liter bottle as well as a 1 gallon jug.

Her movement has been fluid and she has had no issues with stiffness or soreness or inflammation.

Conga is very young and will benefit from a joint supplement due to her previous injuries from the race track. I am please how she continued to eat the supplement added to the top of her grain without any problems. That in itself is huge for me. She likes the taste and I don’t have to worry about her sifting through it and wasting it. During turnout she has been feeling good and if my horse is happy, I am happy.

It is very important to me that the Omega Alpha products are all natural and uses the best ingredients. If I had a question, a knowledgeable person would respond quickly and answer all questions. I am thankful for having been selected as one of the guest bloggers and the opportunity to try this product. I have already bragged and recommended Omega Alpha Equine’s Sinew-X to my other horse friends.