what's your mane concern?

Is your horse experiencing symptoms related to dietary challenges? Stop guessing, and finally uncover what may be causing your horse's digestive woes. The key to their digestive data is unlocked with a sample of their mane (yes mane!).

Eliminate the trial and error!

HorseChek identifies the best foods to support their optimal health, performance and overall well being.

meet brown sugar


identify, eliminate, and repair.


you unlock the following health data, with a small sample of (their) hair.


Dealing with symptoms?

This report is highly insightful as it uncovers items that are potentially creating digestive issues and health symptoms.


low in nutrients?

When your horse is not able to digest their food properly, they may not be absorbing all of the goodness and the nutrients from their food.

This report identifies what nutrients they may be absorbing well and the ones they may be lacking or just not absorbing during the digestion process.

what our clients are saying

CTV interviews gutChek for Equines and our client Professional Chuck Wagon Driver, Kurt Bensmiller.

The most dominant driver in professional chuckwagon racing. Kurt discusses how gutChek helped provide him with a competitive edge.

Meet Gina Smith

Three-time Olympic dressage team member

I have had several horses tested by gutChek to look more closely at their possible intolerances. Every result has been very helpful and I have been able to make positive differences to my horses' well being. Three horses have had dramatic results that are worth sharing.

One horse's results showed some mild intolerances so we adjusted her diet accordingly. She always had mild flare ups with her eyes, which produced tearing and swelling and subsequent Itchy irritation. After changing her diet we noticed that she stopped getting this condition. We added the initial feed, back into her diet and she had a mild flare up again so we have kept the change in diet and she is doing great!

Another horse was very hard to get weight on, in spite of feeding all the usual weight gain feeds. He was eating very well and in regular work. When his results came back he was listed as highly intolerant to almost all of the feeds we were giving him so we changed his diet accordingly and the change in him was quite dramatic. He began to fill out, gaining weight and muscle everywhere and his energy and ability to use himself easily, changed remarkably. He was definitely a happier horse on normal amounts of feed.

The third horse that also changed dramatically is a two year old youngster that spent a lot of time laying down, rolling, not wanting to get up and looked like colic, although it wasn’t. He was very round, a good weight and growing well. He did look bloated though and seemed to have a lot of gas but was never treated for any kind of colic. After getting his results we made a simple change in his feed which we thought would take several days to take effect. He actually looked much less bloated and was far more comfortable the next day. He has remained comfortable and is not showing any of the previous symptoms.

The testing process is easy to do and with a bit of investigation into the feeds and their contents we have made positive changes with many horses. I highly recommend this process to help maximize the well being of your horses! I have also had my testing done and have made some positive changes in myself.

Regards, Gina Smith
Three-time Olympic dressage team member

happy horse, happy owner.

Finally uncover what their digestive challenges are and know how to help.