Robertson Quarter Horse Racing Family Trusts Equinety’s Horse XL

Hillsburgh, Ontario – April 9, 2020 – Based out of Hillsburgh, Ontario, the unstoppable family behind Hillerin Farm has made quite a name for themselves in the Quarter Horse racing industry over the last 50 years. Originally spearheaded by Carol and Bryn Robertson, the 100-acre operation that breeds and develops Quarter Horses has accomplished standout racing results in the past year.

Hillerin Farm is a full-family affair, which includes their son Michael as a professional farrier and trainer, while daughter-in-law Jaime manages the horses’ care. In 2018, friends of the Robertsons gave rave reviews about an equestrian supplement called Equinety Horse XL. Skeptical of any oral supplements, the Robertsons apprehensively agreed to give it a try. However, it didn’t take too long for everyone in the family to see the results in the horses, not only on the outside with a glowing appearance, but the horses were physically feeling better while in training.

“Almost everyone on our team is part of the family and we strive to do everything right,” Michael Robertson explained. “We don’t like to cut corners and we were very limited with what we could use on our horses due to racing regulations. However, a friend that I respect recommended Equinety Horse XL. Turns out, it is the only product that we used for our horses last year! Now we use it religiously on all of the horses.”

Had to Be Ivory, photo courtesy of the Robertson family

With the positive results they have seen by adding the 100% pure amino acids into all of their horse’s daily feeding, the Robertson family trusts the benefits of Equinety’s Horse XL to support their string of talented racehorses. One scoop of the supplement per horse per day gives their equine athletes an all-natural boost to help increase muscles, strengthen joints and hooves, support a healthy digestive system and help the horse recover faster from exercise.

Most notably, their 5-year-old Quarter Horse gelding, Had to Be Ivory, has had a breakout career in the past two years, receiving the Quarter Horse of the Year award at the annual AQHA Racing Champions of 2019 two consecutive years as well as winning the 2019 Quarter Racing Owners of Ontario Horse of the Year award. A stakes winner at 2, 3 and 4-years-old, Had To Be Ivory, has won 11 of the 14 starts and has earned over $162,000. Equinety Horse XL has been a staple in the gelding’s feeding program, and they credit part of their success on the track to the product. Jockey Tony Phillips, who rode him during all his races, commented on the gelding’s finishing power, which helped him seal the deal to overtake three-time Horse of the Year Country Boy 123 in the Picov Maturity race in 2019.

When asked about the main benefit he has seen thanks to Equinety, Michael laughed, “We are winning! Everything has been going so right since starting our horses on Horse XL so it is hard not to be impressed. When we started using it, the whole package came together for our horses with our horses showing well, running great, recovering fast and feeling amazing. I am really excited that Equinety has played a part in our success — the last two years have been a crazy ride!”

The Hillerin Farm team with Had to Be Ivory, photo courtesy of the Robertson family

Specifically formulated to stimulate the pituitary gland, which releases the necessary hormones that help the body heal at a cellular level, Equinety Horse XL has proven to be the perfect addition to performance horses’ diets. The eight amino acids within Equinety Horse XL help bring balance to the horse from the inside out by providing optimal nutritional support for horses. The all-natural ingredients in the FEI-friendly supplement improve horses’ recovery, soundness and stamina, and owners usually compliment their new shiny coat and calmer disposition.

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