Magnetic Therapy Products for Horses

Here is some information on our Magnetic Products and when you should use them on your horse.

How do Magnetic Therapy Products work for horses?

When a magnetic field generated by the magnets in our magnetic rug or boots comes into contact with your horse’s body, this field penetrates through muscle and soft tissue. It is thought to assist the body’s natural healing process.

Whilst there’s very little scientific evidence on exactly how magnets work, there’s plenty of anecdotal evidence and our customers share their positive experiences on the review section on each of our product pages.

Which type of magnets are the most effective?

There are many different types of magnets available. The strength of the magnet depends on size, depth, type of magnet etc. As long as they have a sufficient strength they will create a magnetic field strong enough to penetrate through the body. Magnets do not heal. It’s the magnetic field the magnet creates which influences the environment.

When to use Magnetic Products for Horses

Freestyle Gymnastics
Freestyle Gymnastics wearing the magnetic rug as part of her daily routine

Pre and Post Exercise

Every horse can benefit from Magnetic Products. You can use the magnetic rug and boots as part of your daily routine. Use 30 minutes to an hour before exercise and for a similar time afterwards. Our magnetic products can be used overnight.

Travelling your horse in our magnetic rug will help to relieve any tension during the journey. Your horse will be warmed up and ready to work.

For Rehabilitation Purposes 

Magnets can be used on your horse for rehabilitation purposes, whilst your horse is on box rest as well as many other situations and circumstances ie. such as general stiffness.

We have many vets and physios recommending magnets,  however we strongly recommend you obtain a professional diagnosis from your vet before using magnetic products.

Looking for more information?

If you need more information on our products you may find the answer in our FAQ’s section. If not, please contact us here.