Supa-licious Equine Treats are created from quality ingredients by owner Rebecca Supple at her home in QLD in Dec 2014 for her beloved horse Champ. Rebecca is the daughter of legendary Horse Master, Ray Winslade (dec). Having grown up in the Australia film industry, horses are certainly in her blood. Having tried many different treats on the market, she was not sure they were what she was looking!
So, after lots of experiments in her kitchen (some not so good) and her family saying 'is there anything for dinner'!! She came up with the texture, smell and most importantly 'healthier' option ingredients based on coconut that she was looking for!
The treats are firm enough to put in your pocket and not hard. They smell delicious and are made from all quality ingredients - Yummo! They are user friendly for the owner and delicious for the horse! A treat even the owner wished they could eat... Super excited with her creation and the fact Champ loved them too, it was decided they would be called Supa-licious Equine Treats!
Supa-licious Equine Treats is a family owned and operated business, with Rebecca actively involved in every aspect of the process to ensure their premium range of treats are just as she created them to be - delicious, yummy bites of goodness made from the finest quality ingredients!
Another fantastic product from Supa-licious Equine Treats is the Supa-blend GOLD.
Supa-blend GOLD combines the well-known benefits of Turmeric, Apple Cider Vinegar, Coconut Oil and Honey in one beneficial animal supplement.
This carefully formulated blend of wonderful ingredients makes Supa-blend GOLD an ideal supplement for your horse, dog or cat.
The Supa-blend GOLD supplement may assist with common conditions such as
- allergic skin conditions
- stomach ulcers
“Supa-licious have shared with me their process in developing Supa-blend Gold. The level of research and sourcing of quality raw materials provides a genuine product for animals to support their wellbeing."
Author - A Healthy Horse the Natural Way
Suggested Feeding (Guide Only):
Horses: 30ml daily (450kg horse) in feed, adjust as necessary.
Dogs: 5ml daily (25kg dog) in feed, adjust as needed. Recommended to start slowly over a few weeks until 5ml is reached.
Cats: 2 ml daily – diluted with water (8kg cat) in feed, adjust as necessary.
Turmeric (Curcuma Longa)
Apple Cider Vinegar
References for turmeric:
Juliet M Getty, PhD Equine Nutritionist - Consider Curcumin for Joint Inflammation by://gettyequinenutrition.biz/Library/ConsiderCurcuminforJointInflammation.htm Dr Eleanor Kellon, VMD of Equine Nutritional Solutions - The Case of Curcumin Featured in IVC Journal – Summer 2012 http://ivcjournal.com/the-case-for-curcumin/ Dr Doug English (BVSc) Veterinarian - Turmeric for Animals Article http://turmericlife.com.au/doug-english-turmeric-for-animals/ James A. (Jim) Duke. Alternative and Complementary Therapies. November 2007, 13(5): 229-234. doi:10.1089/act.2007.13503. Published in Volume: 13 Issue 5: November 1, 2007 http://online.liebertpub.com/doi/abs/10.1089/act.2007.13503 Janet L.Funk, MD Associate Professor of Medicine (Division of Endocrinology) & Nutritional Sciences Clinical Instructor, Pharmacy Practice & Science, College of Pharmacy Member, University of Arizona Cancer Centre & BIO 5 institute – Studying Turmeric’s Effects on Arthritis, Cancer & Strokes 17/3/2016 http://deptmedicine.arizona.edu/news/2016/studying-turmerics-effects-arthritis-cancer-stroke and Tapping the Power of Turmeric 15/3/2011 http://www.arizona.edu/tapping-power-turmeric Reference for Coconut Oil: PowerStance Powdered Coconut Oil http://www.stanceequine.com.au/products-1/power-stance-powdered-coconut-oil