As Farm Manager, attention to detail is vitally important when it comes to raising future stars. I have used Calphormin for many years as part of my program when managing the growth and development of young thoroughbreds. AMERICAN PHAROAH, like all weanlings and yearlings under my care was supplemented with Calphormin during his time at Vinery.
Frances Relihan Farm Manager Haras Don Alberto, Kentucky (formerly Vinery)
CALPHORMIN is an integral part of my breeding programme that has produced TEOFILO – European Champion Two Year Old 2006 and Soldier of Fortune – Irish Derby Winner 2007 from the same paddock.
Jim Bolger Leading Irish Racehorse Trainer and Breeder
CALPHORMIN is used on all my horses for the simple reason my graduates are "sounder" with less OCD's or other bone problems.
Mr Eddie Woods Leading US Consigner, represented by 11 contenders in the 2012 Breeders’ Cup.
We have used Calphormin for the weanlings/yearlings at Highclere Stud for several years and are delighted with the way our stock are doing. 2012 English and Irish Derby Winner, Camelot was raised on CALPHORMIN.
Lady Carolyn Warren Highclere Stud
Feeding Calphormin in our stables has helped us to keep producing sound horses and stakes winners.
Ian Brennan Trainer Stonestreet Farms
Eleanor Goruppi, Breeder of Champion Fresian Horses recommends Calphormin: "Fresians have very slow growth, but the Fresian horses are very heavy. The right amount of Calphormin allows the leg bones to grow harmoniously and constant throughout the development phase. The carpal bones grow gradually without unbalancing and bone structure does not appear to be spongy."
Eleanor Goruppi Champion Italian Fresian Breeder
We have been using CALPHORMIN in our feeding programme for several years and have found it a very satisfactory product.
James Wigan West Blagdon Stud
Calphormin is a mineral feed for horses containing Minerals, Trace Elements and an Amino Acid which have a role in normal growth and maintenance of bones.
Instructions for Proper Use:
CALPHORMIN should be added to the normal feed ration.