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Product Description

Built off the success and science-driven formula of TRI-ACTA Regular Strength, our Maximum Strength formula provides your horse with the same benefits, but with the added support of a highly therapeutic, equine-specific hyaluronic acid.

We recommend the TRI-ACTA H.A. formula for horses that are ageing, experiencing arthritis and stiffness, are in training and competition, or under a heavy workload.

Why Choose TRI-ACTA H.A. for Equine?

TRI-ACTA H.A. boasts an all-active ingredient formulation that uses two types of glucosamine for cartilage regeneration: glucosamine hydrochloride for bioavailability, and glucosamine sulphate to promote the formation of collagen. It also contains chondroitin sulphate – which works synergistically with glucosamine to prevent the breakdown of cartilage and MSM, a powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory. The inclusion of hyaluronic acid helps lubricate articulating joints, which minimizes friction and enhances resistance to shock in weight-bearing joints. TRI-ACTA H.A. delivers unmatched quality, efficacy, and therapeutic value.

Because the product is pure and concentrated, the servings are small and easy to administer. Our 22g daily serving of TRI-ACTA H.A. provides your competitive equine partner with the optimal therapeutic dose of key, all-active ingredients necessary to promote and maintain optimal joint health while at the same time mitigating joint degeneration.

TRI-ACTA H.A. has been designed to:

  • Promote healthy cartilage
  • Repair collagen and connective tissue
  • Protect joint tissues
  • Decrease stiffness
  • Improve mobility

TRI-ACTA H.A. is optimal for:

  • Visible signs of immobility in senior horses
  • Moderate to advanced mobility concerns
  • Pre and post surgery recovery
  • Prevention for highly active horses

Dosage and Ingredients

Every 22 GRAM (22,000 MG) Serving Contains:

Glucosamine Glucosamine Sulfate 5,082 mg, Glucosamine HCL 5,082 mg)10,164 mg
Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM)9,756 mg
Chondroitin Sulfate1,935 mg
Hyaluronic Acid145 mg

Recommended Daily Maintenance Level:

Loading/Initial Dose Maintenance Dose
2 scoops daily for 10 days 1 scoop daily


Using the measuring scoop provided, mix TRI-ACTA with the horse’s feed. For optimal results double the recommended daily maintenance level for 10 days. When desired improvement is noticeable, decrease dosage to the recommended maintenance level.

The time to achieve a positive response will vary depending on the severity of each condition. The initial dose may be continued until the desired response is achieved, and then reduced to the ongoing maintenance dose. If you have any questions or concerns regarding the use of TRI-ACTA, contact Integricare.

Frequently Asked Questions about TRI-ACTA

Why is TRI-ACTA H.A. for Equine Effective?

The main reasons why TRI-ACTA H.A. is so effective in managing, preventing, and treating horse joint conditions include:

- It contains only 100% active ingredients

- All the ingredients in TRI-ACTA H.A. are backed by scientific research

- It only contains pure and natural forms of its key ingredients, which are glucosamine, chondroitin, MSM, and hyaluronic acid

- Every ingredient in TRI-ACTA H.A. is pharmaceutical grade and backed with certificates of analysis

In short, the combination of high-quality, all-natural ingredients with no fillers, plus the natural healing power of glucosamine, chondroitin, and MSM give TRI-ACTA H.A. the edge over other horse joint supplements on the market.

Can TRI-ACTA H.A. for Equine Cause Side Effects?

Like our regular strength formula, TRI-ACTA H.A. Equine is made with only natural components that already exist in your horse's body, so it can’t cause side effects or contraindications.

Is TRI-ACTA H.A. for Equine an approved Veterinary Product?

Yes, TRI-ACTA H.A. is an approved Veterinary Health Product that is third-party batch tested and Health Canada Approved.

Which Compliances Does TRI-ACTA H.A for Equine Have?

TRI-ACTA H.A. is compliant with FEI, EC, AGCO, and IFHA.

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