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Usually, if you have the right forage, your horse has dental issues addressed and receives a good grain ration, nutritional supplements will not be needed beyond access to a good quality loose mineral and salt.
If you see a horse not keeping a good condition, look first to adding more forage, better forage and then to changing the feed. Add oils and powders and extras only if all else fails, or you may simply be masking a serious nutritional deficit.