1st To Finish

Alternative Health Care for Your Horse

Our Products

4 Horses Formulas emerged out of a desire to care for our own horses. We searched at length to find remedies from the most natural sources. Animals are instinctive healers who respond to natural elements and often look to soils, plants, trees, and even seasons to heal themselves read more>


Equine Choice® Probiotics are specifically researched and formulated for equines. They provide a concentrated source of stable, live, protected and reproducible yeasts, digestive enzymes and temperature stable bacteria. It aids digestion in the stomach and small intestine, and stabilizes pH in the hind gut read more>

Equine Choice

SharpEdge Equine Supplements are custom blended and tailored specifically to each individual horse. With all of the supplements on the market today it can be very confusing and costly trying to find the right product for your horse read more>

SharpEdge Formulas

Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine is one of the world’s oldest, safest and most comprehensive forms of medicine. Chinese herbal/food therapy is the primary modality in Chinese Medicine even far before Acupuncture read more>

Chinese Supplements

Herbs of the World have developed the Bleeder Program, herbs traditionally used to control bleeding and to strengthen the blood vessels, the lungs, and other organs suspected to be involved read more>

Other products are available, such as:
Heel Products, Herbs and Pet Products read more>


Contact Information

Gina and Ronald Volansky

Phone:  1-877-494-4321

Fax:  250-265-4009

Email myhorse@4horsesformulas.com and 1sttofinish@telus.net

Mail:  PO Box 182, Nakusp, BC   V0G 1R0

To Place an Order

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Download order form to submit by fax or mail


Herbs are classified as food, instead of drugs or medications. All statements, claims, and testimonials regarding each herb, herbal compounds and the specific product represented and available for sale are the opinion and/or experience of the individual and may not necessarily produce the same or similar results in every horse. Never attempt to self-diagnose or treat a symptom which has not been properly diagnosed by a qualified veterinarian.