Calming Powder

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About Calming Powder

  • Does not sedate or affect gait. Helps towards a more grounded, focused, confident & less flighty horse

  • Developed with vets & leading equine nutritional experts

  • Ideal for horses during any stressful situations that causes anxiety, stress or fear

  • Does not contain valarian, magnesium or tryptophan

  • Innovative formula that is perfect for taking the edge off and help support learning

  • Powerful everyday supplement formulated with a unique combination of herbs and amino acids

**New Improved and Powerful Formula**

Calming powder is a powerful everyday supplement. The Calming Powder can be fed on a daily basis. Helps your horse to stay calm, confident and focused without affecting the ability to perform.

The Active ingredient L-Tyrosine is a natural mood stabiliser, which can help towards a more focused, confident horse and less anxious horse.

L- Arginine is the active ingredient used by the body to change into Nitric Oxide (NO). Nitric Oxide is a powerful neurotransmitter. As Nitric Oxide levels becomes greater it can help to deliver the amino acids quicker.

Calming powder is ideal for horses during stressful situations such as breaking, training, loading, travelling, clipping, racing, outings and competitions or any situation that causes anxiety, stress or fear.

It is specially designed for those who prefer to administer their calming supplements as a powder. Calming Powder has all the same benefits as Calming Cookies® but a slightly stronger formula with effects still being seen after 8 hours for an average horse. Every horse is different and will metabolise at different rates as well as having pre-existing levels of non-essential amino acids in the body.

The Calming Powder has a full range of natural vitamins, minerals and amino acids for general health and natural well-being of the digestive system.

Calming Powder and Calming Cookies® complement each other and can be fed together.

Instructions for use

1 scoop (30ml) = 18g

Per 500kg horse, administer 1 level scoop in the morning. Some horse may benefit from 1 level scoop of calming powder in the evening if extra support is needed. Mix with feed. Can be syringed by mixing with a little water to form a paste.

Can be fed alongside the Calming Cookies.

For difficult behaviours a loading dose for up to 10 days is recommended. The effects of the Calming Powder are more predictable and consistent when fed regularly and twice a day.

Loading dose feeding rate

Weight of Horse:

  • Under 500kg: ¾ scoop twice a day
  • 500kg – 600kg: 1 scoop twice a day
  • 600kg : 2 scoops twice a day

Maintenance feeding rate

Weight of Horse:

  • Under 500kg: ¾ scoop once a day
  • 500kg – 600kg: 1 scoop once a day
  • 600kg : 2 scoops once a day


Soya Flour (NGMO), Flax Seed, Himalayan Salt, Zeolite, Zinc Gluconate, Choline Bitartrate, N-Acetyl-L-Cysteine,
Amino Acids L-Tyrosine (3c401) (86.9g per kg), L- Arginine (3c361), Peppermint leaf powder, Fenugreek, Vitamin C (ascorbic), Vitamin E (DL Alpha Tocopherol Acetate), Vitamin B12 (Methyl cobalamin), Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine), Vitamin B5 (D-Calcium Pantothenate), Vitamin B3 (Niacinamide Crystalline), Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin), Vitamin B1 (Thiamine), Vitamin D3.

Nutritional analysis

  • Total Oil – 14.57%
  • Crude Protein – 34.5%
  • Crude Fibre – 5.1%
  • Crude Ash – 11.3%
  • Sodium – 2.35%
  • Sugar as sucrose – 4.70%
  • Starch – <0.5

Customer Reviews

  1. Calming powder and cookies really helped ex hurdler sprout to travel quietly and calm, there was no kicking at all , and still quiet and calm . Big thank you, would recommend to everyone to try some.

    Diane Thomas

  2. Hi there, just feel I have to say something as this product has helped my horse have another start at life. My horse was once deemed ‘dangerous’ and ‘unridable’ before I had him he was very known but for all the wrong reasons! I got him as a project but soon realised this was not heading in the right direction, after changing his lifestyle & job to a new career from showjumping to now hunting & Team chasing he is much happier & furthest thing from dangerous now, however with that being said he gets so excited about his hunting or a competition he gets stressy on the box and works himself up then when we start he’s a hot mess but by no means dangerous like he used to be, he’s just very excited for a job he enjoys now, anyway I started him on this calmer and he is much much better when he’s on it! He’s not on it all the time I feed it 2 nights before the day we’re heading out so he has about 4 feeds prior to an outing with this in & it works perfectly at taking the edge off, he’s calmer in the box & not stressed & more relaxed in the warm up…I have tested this theory of taking him with and without a few times to be sure so I know wether to keep paying but I have to say even other people will point out he’s so much better on it! & can tell the difference too!
    So I just felt the need to say! Tried & tested here & very much keeping him on it leading up to an event!

    Sophie Edwards

  3. Absolutely fantastic product! I have always been super sceptical about calmers etc. Recently purchased a very nervous and anxious connemara mare whos sadly been beaten previously. She was sold as quirky due to mounting issues and also her inability to stand still…and she was described as a complete worrier. She would stress when being tied up and brushed, would become anxious if she saw tack, and she catapulted me off the first time i went to sit on her so we started from scratch. I put her on this calming powder (wont eat the cookies) nearly 3 weeks ago now and the difference is a miracle. Shes so so chilled out i have a different horse. Im sure this powder is helping her with her anxieties. Her first hacks she would jog and be like a coiled spring. The last couple of weeks she just stands their to be brushed and tacked up, i can get on by myself she just stands there, and weve been on some amazing hacks and shes been absolutely foot perfect! I honestly cant believe it. So if in doubt…please add this to your basket and give it a try.

    Donna Pavey

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