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My horse Me Llamo Altanero-America's Favorite Trail Horse Candidate was sold to a wonderful gal in Wisconsin. Barn name Junior, he was always on Equine D when I had him. The new owner did not however, continue the supplement. A year and a month later, the horse was diagnosed with DSLD by her vet. The outlook was dim so she decided to return the horse to me where he would not be in such extreme weather. When he arrived back in California, his muscles were very stiff and he stood in an unusual manner with this pelvis lower than ever. I immediately changed his diet and gave him double doses of Equine D. Every day he improved to the point that I was even able to take him on a six mile ACTHA ride, and win it.
Last week I didn't feed the supplement to him for a few days and wow was that a mistake! His muscles again were rigid and he could barely walk. The chiropractor confirmed that the horse has stifle issues and gave him adjustments.

So that was this past Friday, and today the horse has loose muscles and is so much better. I will never skip his Equine D again. I should have known better. I have fibromyalgia and without Immune, my muscles are a rigid mess too! Thank you Keith E Manfred for a wonderful product that is so effective! You gave me my life back and my horse too!


Update on the rest of us:

It has been about 3 weeks now that we have been taking the supplements. I have noticed a major increase in hair and nail growth and strength. I have also had a lot less arthritic knee pain than I normally deal with since starting the supplements. I drive a manual truck and prior to starting the supplements I would have to trade cars with my husband half way through the week as my knee could not handle the clutch that long. I am glad to report that I have driven the truck for 2 weeks straight now!! I am so happy as this cowgirl LOVES her truck!

My husband, who has had long term problems with his shoulder, to the point that he was unable to sleep on it for the past year or two has noticed extreme decrease in the amount of pain as well as an increase in the amount of activity that he is able to do with it! Which is great as he is a landscaper? He has also been able to start sleeping on it again!

I have watched kids at school coming down with colds and the flu and am happy to report that I have a very healthy child who has not gotten sick at all! Same goes for me, there have been some nasty virus going around at work and I have not caught it!

 We are very, very appreciative of the sponsorship and having been telling everyone we can all about it and giving out the website! 

 Hope all is well with you and that you had a great birthday! I will get a picture of all four of us in our hats posted soon!

 Take care,

Chelsea Watry

Cases of Equine-D Hoof Success

“Whispering Meadows Rescue Ranch” is owned and tended to by Segrid Lunde, her husband Dusty and their children.  Segrid’s directives, albeit softly spoken, are confident and purposeful; the soft pitch of her voice compassionate and caring.


Just over a year ago ‘Shariya’, a German bred thoroughbred mare became Segrid’s primary concern.  This mare had a promising racing career but due to injury, had a career change and became a brood mare.  It is thought that Shariya had five foals (four of which found their way to and were adopted out of Whispering Meadows).  After the fifth foal it was decided that Shariya would no longer be bred and was shipped to the Rescue Ranch (A 501C3 Charity) with her three month foal and in foal.  The owners/trainers suggested that Segrid continue to keep Shariya in shoes because she was tender, sore and walking with difficulty.  After being shipped from the breeding farm to Whispering Meadows, Segrid decided to wean the foal at five months because Shariya was losing weight – maybe as a result of lactating and gestating.  Unfortunately it soon became clear that the problem was more severe and she continued to lose weight, stopped eating and could not get up.  Laminitis was the diagnosis and after national and international remedies and suggestions nothing seemed to be working.  Finally euthanasia seemed to be the most humane course of action.  Segrid was distraught and heartbroken.  As fate would have it, the vet was notified but was unavailable for the next week. 

 At this point, Shariya was kept as comfortable as possible and Segrid and Dusty went off to their favorite winery, Masia de Yabar, for a quick glass of wine.  In comes Keith Manfred from Equine-D ; hears the story and offers a possible solution of Mushroom supplements from Equine-D.  Segrid said “What the heck – we’ll try any gimmick someone comes up with!”  After five days of being on Equine-D Mushroom Products, Shariya started to get up and her kidneys started to function.  By the end of the week her hooves had stopped bleeding, she was able to stand and she gobbled her food.  The Vet was cancelled and by week four of Equine-D  Products (SANO), Shariya was going in and out of her paddock and eating and gaining weight at a rapid pace. 


Shariya carried her foal to term and delivered a large, tall, leggy colt named “AfterSANO”, whom she nursed for six months.  AfterSANO carries his name proudly as one of the descendants of the famous “Soughtafter”.  Shariya has continued to gain weight and is now a fine, shiny, healthy rideable horse!!  The Vet has been amazed by the remarkable recovery made by this horse because the majority of horses, with such severe symptoms, are unable to recover.  When the time came for new shoes, the Ferrier had difficulty nipping through the hoof. 


Equine-D Nutritional Products: It was initially suggested to Segrid to double the dose of Equine-D, but Segrid tripled the dose.  One scoop in the morning, one at noon and one in the evening.  After eight weeks, the dose was cut to one scoop in the morning and one scoop in the evening.  Shariya is now on a maintenance dose of Equine-D – one scoop a day! 


Eleven thirty in the morning and it’s promising to be a hot, still day at Galway Downs where Breezeway Farms calls home, in Temecula, California. 

 I arrive at the barn looking for Breanna Lombardo, who goes by the shortened version of her name, Bree!  It appears that her business stretches from one end to the other of Barn #5.  She is a young blonde with large pretty eyes and an almost timid demeanour.  She’s all business.

The stalls, tack room, wheelbarrows and brooms; meticulously neat and tidy.  Horses and ponies; all shapes and sizes; munching contentedly in their stalls. 


Bree has a mare that has struggled, for two years, with Equine Canker.  Unfortunately, this disease settled into all four hooves and despite the numerous prescriptions for antibiotic ointments, over a two year period, there was no improvement.  The severity caused the Ferrier to suggest the mare be put down.  This was the general consensus; an option that Bree was not willing to entertain. “She’s a special horse to me and I just couldn’t put her down” laments Bree.  It was around this time, of sheer desperation, that Bree met Segrid Lunde, of Whispering Meadows Ranch.   Segrid Lunde had experienced equally frustrating illnesses and ailments with her rescue horses; expensive vet fees and prescriptions; all to no avail.  It was suggested Bree try the YSNutrition Equine-D.  She had nothing to lose.  “A double dose of Equine-D was administered immediately and within two weeks we started to see an improvement in this mare’s hooves.  Within 2 months this mare was 90% better!” shares Bree.    

 “With Equine Canker, the frog disintegrates…and the disease eats the foot,” describes Bree.Unfortunately this disease settles into the hooves of horses; affecting the frog, bars and soles

giving them an appearance of a cauliflower and a foul odor. The horn of the hooves become soft and spongy.   The horses become lame and any pressure or friction can cause the hooves to bleed.  This disease is sometimes misdiagnosed as Thrush, which causes a loss of tissue as opposed to canker which causes a growth of abnormal tissue. 

As this disease is so difficult to diagnose, it is not unusual for the vet to take a biopsy to determine the course of treatment.  Topical antibiotic ointments are most often prescribed but with a poor rate of success.  Aggressive surgery is also performed, to remove the affected areas, but this too does not always alleviate the problem.  No one really knows what causes equine canker.  Initially it was thought it was due to damp environments, however horses in dry environments have also been known to succumb to this disease. 

 I spent a few hours with Bree recently as she changed the dressings on her mare’s hooves.  It was a laborious and uncomfortable process for she and her mare.  “I’m the pro at canker now…as I’ve been doing this for two years.  I change the dressings every two days; scrub down each of the hooves with anti-bacterial soap; remove as much of the cauliflower growth as possible.  I dry the hoof with a towel; paint a concoction of crushed Metramiadol tablets and Iodine onto the affected sole; place cotton padding on the sole of the hoof and secure it with a new roll of vet wrap.  This has cost me over $5000 so far.  She is more expensive than my Show Horse.  I don’t know what else to do.  I just hope to get her well and use her for lessons,” sighs Bree as she straightens up from this backbreaking procedure.  I only saw an improvement in my mare’s feet once I did the combined therapy of YS Nutrition Equine-D(which I administered orally) and continued to change the dressings every two days.”

Experiencing such a remarkable recovery with her beloved mare, Bree decided to turn her attention to two other horses that were not doing well.  “They were thin, scrawny and horrible; their coats were weird and dull and they had bad feet,” said Bree.  “The results from YS Nutrition Equine-D were equally successful and their blood work passed with flying colors.” 

Bree acquired her first three year old horse when she was just four-they grew up together!  She learned from her Dad who is a USEF Judge and Course Designer, Joe Lombardo and has been in the horse business all his life.  He continues to encourage and influence her riding career; to be the best rider and instructor.  Bree rides and shows successfully on the West Coast Circuit, and encourages her students to do the same by participating in shows from the county show level to the A circuit.  Bree teaches by example and recently had the wonderful opportunity of riding and showing for two different trainers and spent a month in Holland and three months in Ireland.  She spends her days tending to her business, Breezeway Farm, “Where Children Fall in Love with Horses”.  About 100 students pass through summer training and riding camp.  The sessions are from nine in the morning until two in the afternoon, each day.  Her love is of teaching young children how to care for their horses; how to groom, bridle, saddle and ride their ponies to competition level and she encourages them to continue on to participate in all the local horse shows.  By all accounts, they love her!

It is with much pride that YS Nutrition Equine-D can, once again, come to the rescue of horses in such distress and to witness such a remarkable recovery from this debilitating equine disease, and within such a short period of time.  We believe that this proprietary blend of organic mushroom and mycelia matrices helps reduce inflammation due to the high levels of Vitamin D2 (Ergocalciferol) and Ergo – thus boosting and balancing the horse’s immune system. This proprietary formula is designed to deliver powerful anti-oxidants to ensure optimal absorption and effect.   The Equine-Dis a whole food holistic approach to equine nutrition - produced from Nature's Ultimate Super Food - the Mushroom.

Coppers Choice, 

Equine-D: Hi, I work for Dacia Peters Imperato, a client sponsored by your product Equine-D, and she forwarded me your dog version coppers choice. After feeding the trial packet to my very sensitive white Doberman I noticed the coloration of her skin tags and moles changing, along with the transformation of the tumor in her mouth. After two weeks on the mushroom supplement the growth in her mouth turned into dead tissue and fell out! I wanted to share this success story with others in hopes the public can find holistic alternatives for cancer in dogs without surgery. Your product is saving my dogs life, not to mention her energy and stamina levels are back up it's such a rapid and clear success story. Thank you for your time, I will try to attach an image of my dog Pennylane with her progress. 

  We adopted an OTTB in June '11 from Whispering Meadows Ranch (equine rescue).  Syllabus was retired from his racing career in May '11 due to injuries that included chronic hoof problems.  His feet were so brittle that he would constantly throw his shoes on the track and large chunks of hoof wall would come off with the shoe.  The track shoe-er used Bondo (developed for auto body repair) to 'cement' Syllabus' shoes to his feet.  He also suffers from chronic hoof abscess.  The farrier who saw him at the horse rescue said Syllabus had the worst looking feet he had ever seen coming off the track.  We immediately started him on Equine-D after being referred to your product by a friend.  Within the first month Syllabus already showed marked improvement with the amount of strong hoof he was growing.  By the third month his feet looked amazing!  Thoroughbreds are notorious for not growing a lot of hoof, but Syllabus's hoof growth is incredible.  He gets his feet trimmed by the farrier every six weeks now.  His coat, mane & tail look healthier and his hoof abscess issues have decreased, as well.  Our horse is much happier & healthier on YourSANO’s Equine-D and we are happier as a result!  Thanks for the great product!


The Cain family