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Re: lactic acid and cramping wrote:
> I think one is more apt to see lactate levels up at the first vet
check.  If
> horses are having lactic acid problems, they occur early, and the
horses tend
> to crash early on.  Those who make it to the finish line with no
> problems generally never had a problem with lactic acid.
> Heidi

If that is true, do you think that the product Pro-Burst would NOT be
useful on those horses that cramp later in a ride? It is supposed to
reduce muscle lactic acid and control 'tie up'. Do you think it would
only have potential benefits for horses that tie up early on as
opposed to those that cramp (not necessarily tie up) after prolonged

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