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Below: View Patty's first rescue horse, OurTomSawyer's, thrilling come-from-behind win.
HISTORY: All animals are dear to the heart of Nana Patricia McPeak.
Starting as a 4H-er, Patty learned animal husbandry as a child. Now, as owner of a Thoroughbred stable that rehabs race horses into winners, Patty has developed protocols to optimize the horses' health and performance.
Patty is a dog's best friend. Her care and insight into the nature of the real nutritional needs of our pets sets her approach to supplementation and feeding apart. Digestive enzymes, probiotics and rice bran are but a few of the tools she uses to create show winning animals.
In this section we invite you to meet the animals, watch the videos, view their before and after photos. Only then can you decide for yourself if the NanaCea approach to whole food nutrition is right for your pet or equine.
The top video from YouTube, documents Patty's rescue of the beloved Melborne Cup winner, Subzero, from severe arthritis. The vet had told Graham Salisbury, owner of Subzero, that without Patty's intervention they would have had to put him down. Within 2 days the swelling and pain in his fetlock joint had dramatically improved and the above video is worth a thousand words on the efficacy of Patty's nutritional approach.
The second video shows a thrilling come-from-behind win for OurTomSawyer, the first horse that Patty purchased in order to rehab.
Both the horses and humans alike profit from using Patty's highest quality rice bran products. RicePatty Equine "SuperFlex", and HydroCea "Q-Super Oxy" Stabilized Oxygen, added to ...
OurTomSawyer was our first horse.
He presented as a foundering, scrawny, dull-coated withdrawn animal with spinal imbalances & infection. NanaCea Racing Stables put OurTomSawyer through an ...
To visit Chance's webpage, click on the blue "Last Chance" link above.
An Owner's Letter
"Chance is a 25 year old Quarter horse. He raced a bit,
worked in stockyards, and was rented to movie studios until he injured his rear leg. His original owners were horsetraders and did not want to invest in the time, effort and expense of rehabing him.
I bought him and spent 3 years healing his rear leg. I adopted him out to a supposed great home where he was only to be ridden lightly.
He was not lightly ridden, he was used in ways he shouldn't have been and his left front leg was injured. His knee was twice the size of his right knee. He was walking on the outside of his hoof The only way
to describe it is that his leg looks like a curved crab leg. My vet says it is the worst case he has ever seen. His knee is calcified and
extremely arthritic/ He can't bend it and sometimes pieces of calcified deposits break off causing him to be more lame than ever. He is on anti-inflammatory drugs to try to keep him comfortable.
About 5 months ago he developed an abcess in the hoof of his bad leg.
It wouldn't come out the bottom but finally burst out at the coronary band. Not the ideal place. Soaking and using drawing agents were used daily and it drained and drained. He was down more than he was up. It wouldn't heal because he walked on the side of his hoof constanty bruising it. This was all occurring during the rainy season and it was difficult to keep his hoof clean and dry, yet alone getting him to lift his hoof to treat it.
I heard Patty McPeak on Carey Nosler's radio show and she was talking about using her product SuperFlex on Sub Zero a race horse in Austraiia with similar problems.
I contacted Ms. McPeak and told her about Chance. She thought her Equine SUPERFLEX product would help.
After two months of using the maximum dose on Chance he is a different horse. He was so depressed and was down so much before. Now he is perky, he has brightness in his eyes, he is much more active and I swear his leg is just a bit straighter. Patty calls him "Second Chance" and I think that suits him fine.
I truly believe in the next two months his leg will be visibly straighter.
I am truly grateful for this wonderful product that has awakened the spirit in this wonderful creature."