A broad-spectrum horse worming paste for the treatment and control of susceptible strains of all common worms of horses including Small Strongyles (Redworms) (cyathostomins) including Benzimidazole (BZ) resistant strains, Large Strongyles (Bloodworms) (Strongylus spp. and Triodontophorus spp.), Pinworms (Seatworm) (Oxyuris equi), Large Roundworms (Ascarids) (Parascaris equorum) including adult stages of ivermectin, moxidectin and abamectin resistant strains of Parascaris equorum. Also aids in the control of Tapeworms (Anoplocephala perfoliata).
The synergistic combination of oxfendazole and pyrantel in STRATEGY-T act to complement one another’s activity against all major equine worms including tapeworm and benzimidazole resistant redworms (small strongyles or cyathostomes). The combination of these two active ingredients in STRATEGY-T results in a more effective wormer than either active ingredient alone.
STRATEGY-T is the only wormer available that contains the combination of a benzimidazole (BZ) and tetrahydropyrimadine (THP). STRATEGY-T provides a unique option that effectively treats all major worms of horses and that does not contain a macrocyclic lactone (mectin). STRATEGY-T is also registered for the treatment and control of susceptible strains of all common worms in horses, including adult stages of ivermectin, moxidectin and abamectin resistant ascarids. This means STRATEGY-T is the best choice of wormer to use in a sustainable and strategic program for all horses.
Extensive internal and independent trials have proven the safety and efficacy of STRATEGY-T. Safety has been proven in different age groups and life stages of horses including foals, pregnant mares and breeding stallions.
STRATEGY-T is in a palatable vanilla flavoured paste making it easy to administer.
STRATEGY-T is an Australian developed and manufactured product.
Store below 30ºC (Room Temperature) away from light.
Yes STRATEGY-T can be used in mares at all stages of pregnancy. Pregnant mares should be treated as normal during their pregnancy taking care not to stress them during treatment. Mares should be wormed two weeks prior to their expected foaling date. Once a mare has foaled, the mare and foal should both be wormed with first foal worming at twelve weeks of age and subsequently every eight weeks so that large burdens are not allowed to develop. STRATEGY-T can be safely used in breeding stallions at any time without adversely affecting their fertility.
Autumn and spring will always be key times to worm all horses. Worm all adult horses once in Spring with STRATEGY-T® and once in Autumn with EQUIMAX® or EQUIMAX® ELEVATION. It makes sense to target mectin wormers in the cooler months when bots and small stronglyes are more active inside the horse. Using non-mectin chemicals is typically suited to the warmer months although if summer sores are a problem a mectin product will be needed.
Virbac is leading the way in strategic worming programs for horses based on the parasite lifecycle, risk of disease and likely resistance status of worms. Our Gold Standard program combines trusted solutions from Virbac and our unique ‘3D’ best management practices to deliver premium and sustainable worm control. Gold standard ensures best long-term protection for the available drugs and most importantly your horse.
Once a mare has foaled the mare and foal should both be wormed with the first foal worming recommended at twelve weeks of age. Young horses need to be treated differently to older horses because they are at risk of mectin resistant ascarids. Ascarids appear to be the worm developing resistance to mectins. Generally ascarids are not found in horses over two years of age as horses seem to develop a natural immunity to these worms as they mature. To protect young horses from potential mectin resistance, it is recommended that a combination product registered to treat mectin resistant ascarids, such as EQUIMAX® ELEVATION or STRATEGY-T®, be used. Young horses should be wormed with STRATEGY-T in spring and summer and EQUIMAX ELEVATION in autumn and winter until they are two years old. Faecal egg count (FEC) testing is recommended once they become a yearling to understand their parasite burden and then worm based on results.
A combination wormer is one that has multiple actives having similar spectra of activity against the same worms. Using a combination wormer increases the efficacy of the product i.e. effectiveness against worms. Also helps to reduce paddock contamination as there are fewer worms on the property and helps with slowing down development of resistance.