EQ Training Day
Perfect Prep Training Day is a palatable powdered daily horse calmer. It acts to stabilize the horse’s blood sugar and work on the nervous and circulatory systems to produce a less nervous, more manageable animal. Perfect Prep Training Day is safe for extended use and is a great option for stall bound horses or horses that just need a little extra calming!
For Occasional Use: 2 oz. feedings morning and evening day before performance, 2 oz. feeding morning of performance and an additional 2 oz feeding 3 hours prior to performance.
For Daily Maintenance: First feeding 2 ounces, then ½ to 1 oz twice daily thereafter. Repeat as needed for desired results. Effects last up to 12 hours. (May be used with Perfect Prep EQ Training Day Booster, Perfect Prep EQ Gold or Perfect Prep EQ Extreme.)
Ratings & Reviews
Now focused and ready to work!
We have had tremendous success with Perfect Prep EQ Training Day on a really special horse. He used to be very difficult and unpredictable but has been on his best behavior since going on perfect products. Now he comes out of his stall focused and ready to work!
by Prosperity Farms
Works really well. It took 6 weeks to really see a difference, but we did not do a big loading dose. The horse is obviously calmer and more focused.
A good everyday calming supplement for a spooky mare
by Meaghan Spann
This is a great everyday calming supplement for my spooky mare. This doesn’t take all of her spook and energy away, but does make a difference (most days) to get her more focused on me. I have added the perfect prep harmony liquid supplement and love the combination for my mare. The combo makes her much more predictable and easy going. She is much less spooky on the combination. Definitely would recommend this to anyone who is looking for a supplement to just take the edge off.
Great daily calming supplement!
by Ruth Z
I have been using this product for 10+ years. I have a couple horses that are kept on it all the time and others that are fed just prior to and during stressful events. It takes the edge off most of the silly ones without dulling them at all. If I have one that doesn't respond as much as I'd like at events, I add either the Supreme paste or the Gold paste. If you experiment a little, you can find a layering combination that will work on most horses.