Lintbells has launched a natural patch to ease joint stiffness and support mobility in horses.

Yumove Horse Active Joint Patch helps restore mobility, providing a beneficial effect within around 30 minutes and acting for up to 72 hours after patch removal, the company said.

patchLintbells brand manager Anna Prest said: “The patch is ideal for everyday use, for strains and knocks, but also as a quick solution to ease joint stiffness. In line with Lintbells’ ethos, it’s completely natural and it’s made to the highest standards.”

Significant improvements

Veterinary evaluation of the product has resulted in significant improvements being recorded within 24 hours of application, with sustained or improved effects after 48 hours.

Ms Prest explained it is treatment of the patch’s ingredients that makes the difference. She said: “We take great care to ensure we use the freshest ingredients that are newly harvested, use cold vacuum extraction to preserve the delicate Omega oils and batch test constantly.”


The Omega-based patch acts on the horse’s own biochemical pathways, so it can be used on high-performance horses without pulling out of competitions, as well as older or more vulnerable equines.

While the patch acts locally and faster than the Yumove Horse Active Joint Supplement, the supplement provides the same natural joint support longer term and the two products are complementary.

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