She squeals to other horses in the warm-up
ring. Pins her ears when they get too close. And kicks
out when your heels touch her sides. Your chance of
a blue-ribbon ride diminishes with every tail swish.
If your mare’s behavior changes when she’s
in heat, she may be a candidate for hormone management.
Luckily, you have a partner ready to help assess your
mare and recommend a program – your veterinarian.
He or she can implement a program that will control
your mare’s estrous cycle and help you more efﬁciently
manage her behavior during performances. Veterinarians
understand the bond between you and your mare, and
will work hard to make the most of your relationship.
Ask your veterinarian to put together
a plan customized around your mare and your event schedule.
The end result could be a happier, more focused mare – and the
potential for more winning rides.
Talk to your veterinarian about proper
use and safe handling of Regu-Mate. Avoid skin contact.
Always wear protective gloves when administering Regu-Mate.
This product is contraindicated for use in mares with
a previous or current history of uterine inflammation.
Pregnant women, or women who suspect they are pregnant,
should not handle this product.