THE ORIGINAL COAT ENHANCING SUPPLEMENT. THERE IS NOTHING LIKE IT IN THE WORLD. ENRICHES, DARKENS AND SHINES DARK COATS BEYOND BELIEF. Black-As-Knight protects against that burned orange look on blacks and bays. Formulated from an all natural combination of healthy oils, seaweeds, spices, and home grown ingredients from Western South Dakota's nutrient rich soils to provide Omegas, Amino Acids, Vitamins and Minerals in the perfect balance for a healthy, fade resistant, gleam on every horse. This is the original and the finest designer coat enhancer you will ever try for your most glorious dark rich shine! Black-As-Knight is also good for hooves, joints, manes and tails.
Do you really know, "HOW BLACK IS BLACK?" Find out with Black-As-Knight!
4 lbs. (5 Week Supply) 7 lbs. (2-3 month supply) 23 lbs. (6 month supply) 50 lbs. (1 year supply)
AFFORDABLE AND CONVENIENT:
ONLY $19.95 for 28 day supply when you sign up for a 6 month Aut-O-Ship. Call and talk to one of our Cheval Sales Representatives for details and to get started at: (605) 787-6486.
SHOW HORSE FORMULA DOES NOT TEST. Available in the same great sizes and prices. CONTAINS NO PAPRIKA. If you prefer this formula, just note in Comment Box on Order Form: SHOW FORMULA.
Tip: Since the regular formula is a little more powerful, most show horse owners order large regular formula, then a small show formula to put the horse on one week before the show. Others who show a lot simply put their horses on SHOW FORMULA all year round.
To achieve the desired result give 2 to 6 tablespoons per day.
**Important** Give this product at least 3 months to reach its optimum results.
Ground Extruded Whole Soybeans, Vegetable Oil, Western South Dakota Chopped Wheat Hay, Cane Molasses, Salt, Paprika, Seaweed, Celery Seed, Pure Cane Sugar, Annatto, Zinc Sulfate, L-Lysine, Riboflavin, Biotin, and Folic Acid.
Crude Protein 20% min
Crude Fat 7 %
Crude Fiver 18% max
Frequently asked Questions:
Will it make my horse high or fat?
No. It is not possible that it would either make him moreexcitable or put on weight. The reasonbeing is that it is a miniscule part of his daily calorie intake. An ounce of Enhancer vs. 25 pounds of hayand 2 pounds of grain simply can have no effect. I wish it could, maybe my Friesian would getsome spunk if it did, but it does not.
Can I just feed paprika?
No, the paprika is not the only ingredient that darkensthe coat. Straight paprika could have an unhealthy or inconsistent result. There are 18 differentdarkening ingredients acting synergistically in Cheval Coat Enhancers that make a horse darker; and 15 that make a horse shinier; and 4 thatmake him healthier. Many of the vitalingredients (omegas, minerals, amino acids, vitamins, etc.) are integratedthrough the "hayey stuff" you see in the product. In our showformula, we do not use any paprika, but substitute it with another darkeningingredient so there are still 18 different darkening ingredients acting synergisticallyto create the gleam of a lifetime. Rumorhas it, the cheap knockoffs flooding the market are simply paprika and flax, soit is little wonder they may not work as well and might even put a horse'shealth at risk.
Should I feed extra to rush the result?
No need to up your dose. It is more about the length of time he is onthe product - the longer he is on it, the more spectacular the result.
Most Frequently Asked Question: How soon will it work? All our Coat Enhancers begin working immediately on the hair in the formation stage under the skin. Your existing, visible hairs will still bleach out and fade and dull as always, but be patient because slowly, naturally, healthily those glorious new silky, shiny rich hairs will start to appear. The longer they are on a coat enhancer, the better the coats will become and the better they will stay year round. Best report of total change from shocking to glorious: two weeks. Worst report: 6 months Most horses: 6-8 weeks.
Tip: To see results super quick, groom out the old hairs as fast as possible. Always start horse on coat enhancers at least 2 weeks before body clipping to avoid that mousy dull, "I've just been clipped" look.