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Horse Quencher Now Available in Convenience Packs
Equatic Solutions announces the release of a new version of Horse Quencher(TM), the product designed to encourage your horse to drink water. The new package is a box of ten convenience packs, available in four flavors: peppermint, apple, butterscotch, and root beer.
Although we all joke about the old adage 'you can lead a horse to water but you can't make him drink,' dehydration is no laughing matter. With the stress of trailering and competition, quite often horses won't drink enough, which can lead to enormous health problems such as colic and tying up, or can simply cause a competitive horse to perform less brilliantly. Thus, Horse Quencher is a must whenever you travel with your horse... for relocation, for trail rides, for shows and events. It also comes in handy to have around the barn any time you feel a horse is drinking less than he or she should.
The new box of ten Convenience Packs carries a suggested retail of $29.99, and single packs - perfect for trying several flavors - are available for $2.99. Horse Quencher is still available in a 25-serving container Value Tub, also priced at $29.99. All may be purchased at select retailers, by calling 888-783-6247, or online at www.horsequencher.com.
About Equatic Solutions
Equatic Solutions LLC was formed in 2005 to bring Horse Quencher to market. Based in Newtown, Pennsylvania, Equatic Solutions is owned, operated and managed by Anne Kusmich, Nancy Issenman and Leslie Reiss. These women (and their spouses Bob, David and Gary) bring a lot of horse experience to the development of this product. All are currently avid trail riders. Anne breeds Tennessee Walking Horses, Leslie breeds Mountain Horses, Nancy is a former show jumper turned trail rider and Bob plays polo with his Thoroughbreds. They are happy to share this discovery with other horse enthusiasts.