When your horse is inexplicably spooky and you have tried everything else on the market, this is the product you will be thankful for! It just works whilst keeping the horses focus and sparkle.
Many sport horses perform below their ability because they are stressed and not able to focus on the competition. Stress, nervousness, panic, lack of concentration, are for a very complex problem. There is still no universal effective way of fully calming horses without using sedation (not allowed during competition!) while at the same time their concentration to the maximum.
By obtaining more insight in the complexity of the problem, Cavalor has managed to develop Cavalor Sozen. This is the first equine supplement that works on the Adrenaline - Cortisol balance. Cavalor found out that stress is caused by long periods of tension. Stress will dis balance the hormonal system, by producing too much Adrenaline and too little Cortisol. The more the adrenaline - cortisol balance is disturbed, the greater the impact of a tension moment will be.
Cavalor Sozen is a well-balanced herbal mixture of
- Avena Sativa
- Glycyrrhiza glabra
- Allium sativa
It will reduce the impact on tension on the horse, which will create less stress into the horse.
Feeding Rate Information
Initial rate for a horse new to the product is 10 days at 30 grams per day (4 scoops).
It is quite normal for the horse to become more tense or reactive around day 4-5 in this initial course.
Follow up - our recommendation is to use the product at a rate of 15 grams (2 scoops) for 3 days prior to the event and during the event.
The rate is the same for any horse / pony.
If it is the case that you have been more than 3 months between courses we recommend you perform a loading course again. This time period can vary depending on the temperament of the horse. Some can last 4 months or more and some only a few weeks.
Maximum daily feeding rate - 60 grams
In our experience most horses react well to SoZen. If you require additional calming on the day of the event consider using in conjunction with Cavalor Take It Easy.