Equine gastric ulcer syndrome is very common among performance horses, with a reported prevalence of approximately 90 percent in racehorses and also greater than 50 percent in foals.

The painful ulcers which can lead to a change in attitude (for the worse), weight loss, dull coat color, poor performance and even colic.

Tips for Trainers:  Respond quickly to treat equine stomach ulcers.  The faster you respond to equine stomach (gastric) ulcers, the greater your chance of reducing the painful and damaging effects of this serious condition.  That’s why an accurate and timely diagnosis is critical and why it is important to begin a treatment program as soon as symptoms begin.

A popular treatment of ulcers in horses is with Omeprazole Paste but there are other non-paste options to choose from, including Misoprostol Powder.

Treat Ulcers

Like Omeprazole Paste, Misoprostol Powder (1.4 mg/scoop – 30 scoops) is a prescription medication for the treatment and prevention of stomach ulcers, especially those due to the use of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs such as aspirin and other NSAIDS.

Misoprostol treats and prevents colonic ulcers by protecting the stomach lining and also decreasing stomach acid formation.

Misoprostol is one of the only drugs to actually treat colonic (hind end) ulcers.  Sixty-five percent of all horses have colonic ulcers.  Misoprostol is a synthetic form of a prostaglandin.

Where can I buy Misoprostol Powder?

Click here to see the line of ulcer supplements from racehorsemeds.com

Racehorsemeds accepts all major credit cards and even accepts BitCoin as a form of payment. In addition to Misoprostol Powder and Omeprazole Paste, Racehorsemeds’ user-friendly online store offers a number of supplement and vitamin choices ranging from Amino Acid, Vitamin & Mineral Supplements and Calming Products and Sedatives, to Joint Supplements and even Performance Supplements.

For more information about horse racing and other animal racing supplements, visit Racehorse Meds. Racehorse Meds is you trusted veterinary supplier of vitamins and supplements for horses, camels, alpacas, greyhounds, and pigeons.

Visit our Twitter page for the latest flash sales and special offers.

Also read: Kentucky Derby Purse Raised Again; How Much Are The 2019 Winnings?