TNT

  1. Corde, a 17.3h Holsteiner, is Transformed

      A BIG Horse Named "Corde" Back in 2012, I was shopping for another dressage horse and came upon an ad for a former very successful fox hunter warmblood that was supposedly bomb proof and healthy. This 17.3h Holsteiner had been recently sold from his breeder in North Carolina to someone in Wisconsin and the new owner had been really...
  2. A Dynamite Return to Competition

    A Dynamite Return to Competition
    This year, Jennifer is making a "Dynamite" return to competition Jennifer, a long-time Dynamite distributor, decided it was time to make a return to competition. She explains, "My family and I have ridden CGA (California Gymkhana Association) since we were all kids in the late 90's. We had a blast riding all the timed events such as barrel racing and...
  3. March, 2018, North American Trail Ride Conference (NATRC) Success Story!

    "The judges of the NATRC ride could not believe Kairro's pulse and respiration were so good even after so much cantering and his final check out was good..."                                                                                 -- Janelle Lear, Director, TX   "My horse, Kairro, is a 23 year old Arabian gelding. He has had a very good life with some-but not much-work. In March, 2018, he...
  4. Winter Horse Care Tips

    Colder weather can bring about shifts in energy and an increased need for nutritional balance. In a recent conference call, Gold Director, Judy Sinner, shared tips for making life easier for you and your horse during the cold winter months. Check out the highlights of the call below. Listen to the full conference call HERE Wintertime Horse Care Tips &...
  5. How great is TNT? Hear it straight from the horse's mouth!

    People who feed TNT, an all-in-one formula, to improve the lives of their horses are seeing DYNAMITE results... Submitted by Silver Director Tracie Seavey Audette: "Being involved in rehabilitative therapies for animals, TNT has proven itself over and over again as my “co-healer in a bag.” For horses under stress from training, from an accident, or injury recovery, it has...
  6. Mardi Gras's Dynamite Fight Against EMS

    Mardi Gras's Dynamite Fight Against EMS
    BEFORE: Note the cresty neck, a classic forewarning sign of issues to come. Mardi Gras (2002) is a 14.1 hh Morgan/Welsh mare with a mysterious background. She experienced abuse and extreme neglect during her most impressionable years of development and was rescued at age 3. At age 5 she became my pleasure/therapy mount; her quality of life and long-term...
  7. Beating Father Time with Optimal Equine Nutrition

    Beating Father Time with Optimal Equine Nutrition
    One would expect that as our animals age that the signs of the years passing would show significantly on our furry friends. We beg to differ. Dynamite definitely subscribes to the philosophy that age is merely a number. Below are two such stories of horses that look better now in their later years than they did as young horses. How...
  8. TNT – Building Block #1 for Equine Health

    TNT - The Nutritional Treatment Easy-to-Feed Dynamite's Equine TNT is an unparalleled feed supplement. The formula for this well-rounded product is based on decades of experience in holistic animal nutrition. TNT is an all-in-one pellet, that is easy-to-feed, and is the basis of our Equine Foundational Program that also includes Dyna Pro®, and all four Free Choice Minerals (1 to...
  9. Dynamite’s Year of the Horse Project to Sponsor RVR Horse Rescue

    Dynamite’s Year of the Horse Project to Sponsor RVR Horse Rescue
    Deciding which horse rescue would receive Dynamite’s first donation for the Year of the Horse Project was not easy because of the number of nominations and the passion that was behind each nomination. Nevertheless, we are thrilled to announce our first recipient will be RVR Horse Rescue out of Riverview, Florida. This amazing rescue spoke to us with the number...
  10. Frosty’s Recovery through a Boy’s Love and Equine TNT

    Frosty holds a special place for Jennifer H. and her son. According to Jennifer, “Frosty was initially broke by my nephew who, after serving a near-fatal tour in Afghanistan, now suffers from severe memory loss. One thing he does remember well, however, is Frosty’s training! It was very important to me to do whatever I could for Frosty to keep...

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