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 valerian, 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

Helps your horse stay relaxed, confident, and focused without becoming lethargic, switched off or affecting the ability to perform.

Ideal for taking the edge off during excitable or stressful situations such as competition, hacking, loading, clipping or any situation that may cause your horse to become anxious. It contains a unique combination of ingredients that are fast acting and effective.

Designed for those who prefer to administer their calming supplements as a powder. Calming Powder has all the same benefits as Calming Cookies® but in a slightly stronger formula, often effective after 8 hours (for an average, healthy horse). Every horse is different though and will metabolise at different rates, as well as having pre-existing levels of Serotonin.

The active ingredients in our Calming Powders are the amino acids L-Tyrosine and L-Arginine which play important roles in managing anxiety and mood, whilst helping your horse to stay calm and confident.

L-Arginine is necessary to produce Nitric Oxide in the body. Nitric Oxide is a signalling molecule required for many bodily functions, including learning and memory.

L-Tyrosine is a precursor for the neurotransmitters dopamine, adrenaline, and noradrenaline, which also play an important role in behaviour and attention.

Calming Powder and Calming Cookies® complement each other and can be fed together. Calming Powder is a completely natural product, made in the UK.

Additional information

Weight N/A

Instructions for use

1 scoop (30ml) = 18g

Mix with feed. Can also be syringed by mixing with a little water to form a paste. Adding to soaked feed left overnight may reduce the effects of the product

Can be fed alongside our Calming Cookies.

The effects of our Calming Powders are more predictable and consistent when fed regularly and twice a day. Can be fed over longer periods or just as and when required.

Does not contain any known prohibited substances as defined by the FEI.

Loading dose feeding rate

We recommend a loading dose of 5 days though, for more challenging behaviours, a loading dose for 10 days may be required

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), Flaxseed, 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. When you need added concentration without loss of energy this is fabulous. I use both the calming powder and the cookies with some of the horses on competition day as a top up. Amazing results giving me the calm mind but the ping I want still there !

    Carolyn Mellor

  2. I’ve used this on my mare for a few years now and wouldn’t use anything else. I want to keep the energy and buzz for life but take away the anxious/spooky behaviour. This supplement does just that, for my mare!


  3. I just want to say a huge THANK YOU. I stopped using your calming powder 2 years ago as, due to personal circumstances, my horse wasn’t getting ridden much, especially over winter. I’ve just started bringing her back into work regularly and she has been somewhat of a challenge!! I had forgot I used to have her on Calming Powder until someone mentioned it to me recently and just days after starting to use it again the change in her is just something else. Credit where credit is due, you’re a life saver and always provide excellent customer service so many, many thanks!


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