The Kiwi brand making a difference in equine health and performance

The quest for competitive edge

Returning to New Zealand after many years in Australia, Kate Fraser joined the show circuit as a supportive parent. She soon realised there was a lack of quality equine supplements for competitive horses available on the market. Kate drew on her previous experience as founder and director of Herbs of Gold and teamed up with medical herbalist Paul Mitchell to design a range of effective plant-based products for equine health specifically for the competitive horse.

As a result, BetaVet was established in 2009. BetaVet now strives to lead the way in natural equine health and support for performance horses with a wide range of equine therapeutic natural supplements to maximise potential in horses, providing competitive edge with natural plant based products.

BetaVet endeavours to provide optimum results in natural animal healthcare with focus on a total commitment to quality to ensure an efficacious product.

This commitment is evidenced in the rigorous sourcing and testing of raw materials and herb active constituents to set a high standard for equine and animal products.

All our botanical ingredients are tested for authenticity, potency, and purity to ensure that we are only using the best ingredients to gain the best results.

BetaVet products have been developed in conjunction with veterinarian advice, leading riders and race horse trainers to provide the optimum benefit for your horses. This cycle is continuous, and we are constantly striving for improvement in all aspects of our business. To this end BetaVet has moved into its own purpose-built manufacturing facility to guarantee high quality assurance in the manufacture of products.

BetaVet is a professional herbal medicine company supplying products for animal health. BetaVet is not a veterinarian company however BetaVet consults registered veterinarians. Use of BetaVet products is not a substitute for advice from a registered veterinarian. If symptoms persist you should seek advice from a registered veterinarian.