Ongoing Case Study/Injured Thoroughbred Horse
Thoroughbred horse (Gus) was injured while out in the pasture.
Owner chose to use ISP Wonder Ointment™ to protect & restore
the damaged skin. The injury was first sprayed with a mist of
hydrogen peroxide & patted dry with a paper towel.
ISP Ointment™ was applied to a 4"x 4" gauze pad & then
pressed gently into the injury. The gauze pad was left on, then
allowed to fall off. ISP™ was also applied to the remaining skin
* Testimonial from owner, Kim Cahill,
Equine Specialist for JeffersEquine.com:
“I have always known that ISP™ was a cure-all product. It was not until
recently that I had to put the powers of this product to the real test.
My 17.3 hand Thoroughbred gelding, Gus, had suffered a very deep and long
laceration to his chest. It ran from the bottom of his neck to in between his
After several failed attempts to reach a vet, I called my coworker JR Miles
from Jeffers. He helped me come up with a daily treatment for Gus’s wound
including a daily mist of hydrogen peroxide and then the application of ISP™.
Needless to say, I was very stressed to not have my vet to rely on…but, I didn’t
really have a
choice. In a matter of a few days, Gus’s wound was dramatically better.
Within a few weeks his wound was totally healed. The very first picture that
I sent Steve (creator of ISP™) of Gus’s wound was right after I found him in the
pasture. A balled up fist could fit in the largest part of the laceration on his
chest. The very last picture that I sent Steve was of me and Gus back on the
trails just a few weeks later. ISP is a product that should be in everyone’s
first aid kit.
Being that I am one of the equine specialists for JeffersEquine.com…I have
access to a lot of different products and have had the ability to try out and test
many of them on my own horses. ISP™ is hands down the best product that I
have ever used on my horses. Take a look at Gus’s pictures and judge for