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Intolerance Test

A Comprehensive Test to Help Detect Intolerances in Horses

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Could allergies be affecting your horses health ?
Try the
Equiscan Intolerance Test*  

Safe and Non Invasive Testing Procedure 

Using DNA Analysis, only a hair & saliva sample required

Using Advanced Medical Technology

Using certified technology, DNA analysis is performed to a cellular level.

Over 300 Items Tested 

Including common food ingredients and environmental allergens

Our Equine Intolerance Test has been meticulously crafted, horse-centric, and unmatched in its comprehensive approach. We understand that horses have unique dietary needs, which is why we've gone the extra mile to create a test that is tailored specifically for them.

*The contents of our test reports are not meant to infer any medical diagnosis, conditions or illnesses under any circumstances. 

Discover your Horse's 'Problem' Foods
Only Hair & Saliva sample needed.

Its easy, safe and quick. All reports sent to you by email.

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Order your Test and wait to receive your Test Kit.


A quick 5-10 seconds saliva swab and a few strands of hair is all it takes.  


Just send samples back to our Clinic (in the envelope provided) for analysis. Available to horse owners across the world.

The World's Most Comprehensive Equine Intolerance Test

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Essential Intolerance Test

No.4 Best Seller


Over 200 items tested

Over 200 food items tested

Includes, grains, grass, nuts and more

Non Invasive Test

Easy to Understand Results

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Complete Intolerance Test

No. 3 Best Seller


Over 300 items tested

Over 300 items tested

includes food and non food items

Testing for pollen, trees, bushes, fibres, fragrances 

Easy to Understand Results

Useful for Vets & Practitioners

*The contents of our test reports are not meant to infer any medical diagnosis, conditions or illnesses under any circumstances. 

Easy to Understand Results

Easy, Clear Results Delivered to your Email
Test Early and Eliminate Problem Foods
Quick, hair & saliva based test from the comfort of your home
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*The contents of our test reports are not meant to infer any medical diagnosis, conditions or illnesses under any circumstances. 

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The Importance of  Intolerance Testing 

Given that horses, like humans, have a nervous system and the food they consume can have either a positive or negative effect on their brain and nervous system, it makes sense to conduct a food intolerance test for them. Since horses cannot communicate their discomfort, it is even more important to check for foods that may cause problems, especially for performance horses who have a limited diet. Just as with humans, certain foods can cause health problems or headaches in horses, and consuming foods that their body cannot handle can negatively impact their energy levels and overall performance. Additionally, problematic foods can cause mood swings in horses, just like in humans.

By using advanced analysis methods, we can determine which foods your horse's body can tolerate and which it cannot. After making adjustments to their diet, you may see significant improvements in their nature, including increased speed, concentration, and stamina, within a few weeks.

Take Control of your Horse's Health

With our Equiscan Report, you can take positive steps towards understanding your horses health better. Scan results may reveal foods or ingredients that you wish to eliminate under the guidance of a suitable adviser. Choose from our packages above to suit your needs and budget.

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Why Choose our Equine Intolerance Test?

Uncover Hidden Intolerances

Discover potential food intolerances that may be holding back your horse's potential. By eliminating problematic foods, you can enhance their energy levels, concentration, and overall performance.

Scientific Precision

Our analysis is performed using advanced genetic testing methods, providing accurate and reliable results. We leverage the power of technology to give you the knowledge you need to make informed dietary decisions.

Global Accessibility

Our test kit is available online, ensuring horse owners from all corners of the world can access this revolutionary solution. Wherever you are, we're here to support you and your horse.

The Gold Standard in Testing

Unlike other tests on the market, our test is purpose-built for horses, with markers carefully chosen based on their diet and health. We've removed irrelevant markers and included those specific to horses, even accounting for region-specific grasses and hays from around the world.

*The contents of our test reports are not meant to infer any medical diagnosis, conditions or illnesses under any circumstances. 

How Can Food Intolerance affect my horses health?

Digestive Disturbances

When a horse consumes food to which they are intolerant, it can lead to digestive issues such as bloating, gas, diarrhea, or colic. These disturbances can affect nutrient absorption, and disrupt the balance of their gastrointestinal system.

Inflammation & Immune Response

Food intolerance can trigger an inflammatory response in the horse's body. Chronic inflammation not only affects the digestive system but can also manifest in other areas, leading to joint stiffness, skin irritations, respiratory problems, and weakened immune function.

Reduced Performance

Horses with undiagnosed food intolerances may experience a decline in performance. The intake of intolerant foods can drain their energy levels, affect concentration, and diminish stamina. This can impact their ability to excel in training, competitions, or other equine activities.

Weight Fluctuations

Food intolerance can disrupt the horse's metabolism and contribute to weight fluctuations. Some intolerant foods may cause weight gain due to inflammation and impaired digestion, while others may lead to weight loss due to malabsorption of nutrients.

Nutritional Deficiencies

Food intolerances can limit the horse's ability to receive necessary nutrients. Certain foods they cannot tolerate may be sources of essential vitamins, minerals, or proteins. Over time, these deficiencies can compromise their overall health, impair growth and development, and weaken their immune system.

Behavioural Changes

Intolerant foods can influence a horse's behavior, causing mood swings, irritability, or nervousness. These changes can affect their ability to focus, respond to cues, and maintain a calm temperament, impacting their training and handling.

Hoof Health

Intolerances can contribute to hoof problems such as laminitis, abscesses, or weak hoof growth. The inflammatory response triggered by intolerant foods can impact the blood flow and nutrient supply to the hooves, compromising their strength and integrity.

Skin & Coat Issues

Food intolerances can manifest externally through skin and coat problems. Horses may experience itchiness, hives, rashes, or a dull, unhealthy coat. These issues can be signs of an underlying intolerance and may require dietary adjustments for resolution.

What to do with your Results

The results from your report will highlight the types of allergens and substances that your horse is intolerant to. This will help you identify trigger foods, ingredients and / or environmental items. To treat your horses intolerances, most of the time, you simply need to change their diet by removing the trigger items from their food plan. In some cases, intolerances may also require treatment or supplementation. The report can be shown to your Vet or Health Adviser and a suitable plan of action can be developed.  

Did You Know?

15% of Horses suffer from respiratory allergies

Food allergies can impact a horses health & performance

Skin allergies like hives and sweet itch affect many horses

Sarcoids is a sign and symptom of suspected food intolerance


The contents of our test reports are not meant to infer any diagnosis, treatment or cure of specific conditions and illnesses. Although many illnesses can be linked to pathogenic or toxic influences, the likely presence of such in your report is not necessarily indicative of the illness itself. If you are concerned about your horse's health, please seek the advice of your Veterinary Practitioner. The information provided in our test reports may help them further towards considering more formal investigations in line with current medical practice.

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