Additional All-Natural Vitamin E Support

Catherine Haddad, Olympian

equine omega vitamin e


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Neuromuscular Support
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High Natural Vitamin E 
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Regulates Inflammatory Response 
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Promotes Post-Exercise Recovery
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Gastrointestinal Support
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Immune Support
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Joint Support
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Insulin Regulation and Metabolic Support
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Respiratory and Allergy Support
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Reproductive and fertility Support
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Regulates Cell Development and Function
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Skin and Coat Health
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Antioxidant Support


Active Ingredients per 4 fl oz

Omega-3           11.2 g

Omega-6           47.5 g

Omega-9           20.5 g

Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA) 1.0 g

Eicosapentaenoic Acid (EPA) 1.5 g

VItamin E (d-alpha tocopherol) 10,000 IU

Inactive Ingredients

USDA certified organic soybean oil

Wild caught fish oil

Product Details

Equine Omega Vitamin E provides 10,000 IU of absorbable natural d-alpha tocopherol (vitamin E) per serving suspended in USDA certified organic soybean oil to maximize absorption of this essential fat soluble vitamin. Equine Omega Vitamin E is an excellent choice for horses on a hay based diet. Lack of access to quality pasture can lead to vitamin E deficiency. Equine Omega Vitamin E is formulated to support horses affected with conditions such as Equine Motor Neuron Disease (EMND), Vitamin E Deficient Myopathy (VEM), Nutritional Myodegeneration (NMD) or White Muscle Disease, Neuroaxonal Dystrophy (NAD) and Equine Degenerative Myeloencephalopathy (EDM). Equine Omega Vitamin E is also useful for horse’s who are in hard work to aid in performance recovery.

Recommended Dosage

Shake product before each use. 1 pump provides 1 fl oz.

Maintenance dose 1 fl oz per 300 lbs body weight.

May be administered once per day or divided across into multiple servings..

Recommended use within one year.

Why would I choose Equine Omega Vitamin E over the Complete product? 
If your horse either has no access to pasture or their pasture diet needs to be supported by hay to maintain their condition, it is very likely that they are not consuming enough omega fatty acids and vitamin E to meet their needs. While quality pasture is a potent source of both omega fats and vitamin E, hay is not. Therefore, horses on limited pasture and or hay-based diets will benefit from Equine Omega Complete.

Horses with neuromuscular conditions that require a higher intake of vitamin E or that have been diagnosed as being vitamin E deficient will benefit from Equine Omega Vitamin E. 

What is the difference between Equine Omega Vitamin E and other Omega oils on the market?
Many other omega oils on the market either rely solely on plant-based sources of omega-3 fat or are predominantly fish oil. Fish oil provides the essential DHA and EPA fats that your horse really needs and that are not present in plant-based oil. However, soybean oil not only provides essential omega-6 fatty acids but because our soybean oil is expeller pressed, it still contains all the important and healthful compounds such as lecithin, polyphenols and other antioxidants. Because the soy we use is USDA Certified Organic, it does not contain any harmful chemical residues. Our patented blend therefore provides your horse with the best of both worlds.

While other omega oils may state that they are high in vitamin E, the vitamin E is typically the naturally occurring tocopherol coming from the plant oil. Our soy oil provides these too, and while these are of course beneficial, we understand that the amount of vitamin E naturally provided by plant oils is inconsequential when compared to the amount your horse needs every day. Equine Omega Vitamin E contains a high level of vitamin E for horses that require up to 10,000 IU’s of Vitamin E a day due to medical conditions such as Equine Motor Neuron Disease (EMND), Vitamin E Deficient Myopathy (VEM), Nutritional Myodegeneration (NMD) or White Muscle Disease, Neuroaxonal Dystrophy (NAD) and Equine Degenerative Myeloencephalopathy (EDM).

I feed a variety of other products. Is there someone who can help me with a comparison or advice on things I might be able to eliminate?
Yes. We have a nutritional consultant on staff who can take your email or phone call for product comparisons and additional information.

Should Equine Omega Vitamin E be refrigerated? 
You do not need to refrigerate this product. 

Does Equine Omega Vitamin E go rancid in the heat?
No. The product does well in both heat and cold conditions. 

How should I store Equine Omega Vitamin E?
Please store Equine Omega Vitamin E out of direct sunlight. Please shake before each use.

Is Equine Omega Vitamin E ok to use with other products or medicines
Yes. Equine Omega Vitamin E is fine to use with all other products and medications. It is generally recommended that the total IU of vitamin E in the horse’s diet be kept to no more than 20 IU/kg body weight or 10,000 IU for an average sized horse, with some exceptions. We advise clients to consult with their Veterinarian with any questions. We suggest all owners get their horse’s Vitamin E levels checked annually. We also have a nutrition consultant on staff that you may speak with. 

Can I feed Equine Omega Vitamin E with the other O3 Animal Health products?
Yes. Some customers combine a lower dose of the Vitamin E product with our Mega Gain for a slightly lower daily Vitamin E IU count while providing additional calories.  

Will Equine Omega Vitamin E make my horse hot?
Equine Omega Vitamin E provides calories from fat. Research has shown that calories from fat generally cause less excitability than calories from carbohydrate sources. Therefore, Equine Omega Vitamin E should not make your horse hot. 

Is Equine Omega Vitamin E show safe?
Yes. All our products are all natural and are safe to use in all competitions. 

Is Equine Omega Vitamin E safe to feed pregnant, lactating mares or breeding stallions?
We would normally suggest that pregnant, lactating mares or breeding stallions utilize our Equine Omega Complete product. We suggest you check with your Veterinarian about the specific level of Vitamin E supplementation necessary for pregnant and lactating mares. 

Catherine Haddad
“The Equine Omega Vitamin E from O3 Animal Health is the only supplement I used on my top dressage horses during the winter season in Florida. The improvement in sheen and vibrance in my horses’ coats could be seen in just a few days, with improvement in muscle recovery time coming soon after. While I was already feeding a well-balanced, organically sourced feed, my veterinary team recommended additional Vitamin E and Omega 3 and Omega 6 balancers for the horses that were in hard work. This product gets all thumbs up after a month of use!  The oil is easy to administer and the horses I offered it to were happy to finish every last drop. I can’t recommend a better source of bioavailable Vitamin E for your horse!”

Concetta A.
“I’ve been seeing great results with our 18-year mare. She was diagnosed with EPM & then Polyneuritis. It’s been 2 months since being on your Equine Omega Vitamin E product and she eats her grain with no problems. She is now back to work. Our barn manager was the one who told me I should give this a try since my mare stopped eating a powder supplement we were on.”

Julie B. 
“Thank you so much! I absolutely love your products! I have tried several supplements to help my 20-year-old Friesian with EPM. I bought the Omega Complete Vitamin E with amazing results!! She has gained weight, top line filling in, is way more comfortable, moving better, beautiful coat etc. She eagerly awaits her dinner as well! She will be on this supplement for the rest of her life!!!”