Baileys low cal again sorry

Louby

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I swapped to this from top spec as my boys getting a bit porky and after reading the post lower down am now wondering if this is why hes turned into a loon. Maybe its the spring grass??
Hes so spooky and not nice to ride at the moment as hes so unpredictable.
Any one else had this problem with low cal
 

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Nope; but my normally spook free pony is a little jumpy atm; I think you just have to accept that spring is in the air!

You could always feed a magnesium based calmer, I read that the spookiness is something to do with lack of it in the grass.
Doesn't bother me, he only does a bambi impression
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im no expert but had you said you switched from local to topspec, then there would be no doubt in my mind that it could make them sharper as it did with a horse i fed it to, but the other way round i really doubt it has that effect, i would say the same as above and say is the spring grass praps?!
 

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Thanks, maybe not the local afterall. I am going to try Topspec antilam next time just in case.

Pinktiger was it lo cal or topspec that heated your horse up. I changed from top spec to lo cal not the other way arround.
Thanks for replying.
 

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My pony doesn't fizz up on Lo-Cal though he has been on his toes in this recent spell of cold/wind/rain - he is a complete dobbin in the sun, perhaps it's the sudden change in weather?
 

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My boy fizzed up something chronic on Lo-cal, I made the switch to Top Spec Anti Lami and I've had no problems since...plus he looks in fab condition
 
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