Always close to cutting edge research, Blue Chip’s revolutionary new liquid joint supplement Joint RLF was launched at BETA International and won a ‘Highly Commended’ 2009 Innovation Award in the Feed & Supplements category.
Joint RLF incorporates the most effective and scientifically proven natural ingredients for a trouble-free and flexible future, including an extract of one particular species of rosehip (rosa canina) shown in published scientific studies using data from both humans and horses, to be a powerful natural supplement for joint health and mobility. Amongst the trials in horses, a group of 74 racehorses fed this rosehip extract ran 1 second faster over 1000 metres and were considered to be more lithe after strenuous exercise. Containing unique glycosides and an abundance of the natural antioxidant vitamin C, this active extract of rosa canina, together with a saponin extract of yucca (schidigera), have been cleverly combined by Blue Chip into Joint RLF, which has been trialled by many famous riders across the disciplines and their feedback has been incredible.
Blue Chip Joint RLF also provides the key nutritional building blocks to support healthy, flexible joints, including glucosamine, hyaluronic acid, MSM and organic chelated manganese.
Show horse producer Jo Bates says, “Blue Chip Liquid Joint RLF completely transformed our lives. The difference to all our horses is phenomenal; I wouldn’t want to be without it now. I’m even taking a teaspoon full a day!”
Racehorse trainer Henry Candy is equally enthusiastic, saying “I have used Joint RLF supplement on four horses over the winter and they have all shown marked improvements in their action. I will be ordering more.”
International show jumper Robert Whitaker says simply, “The new joint supplement is excellent! It keeps my horses jumping.”
Accepting the BETA International 2009 Innovation Award for Joint RLF, Blue Chip founder Clare Blaskey said, “We are all so thrilled to win this award and absolutely delighted that the panel of very eminent judges recognised the potential of Joint RLF, which was more than reflected in how busy we were selling it.”