As someone whos been around steroids in one way or another theres at least a slight chance youve heard the term Horse Steroids before. Truth be told it is somewhat of a misleading phrase and well explain as we go. Generally speaking there are normally three anabolic steroid compounds in reference to horse steroids; Equipoise (EQ), Finaplix (Fina) Pellets and Winstrol. There are at times other hormones that could be added to the list but in almost all cases these are the three dominate ones. While these three commonly called horse steroids are in-fact commonly used on, you guessed it, horses; a more apt name would be veterinary steroids; especially as it pertains to Equipoise and Finaplix. Even so, while they are often used on the four legged beast their overall use is without question very dominant in athletes who desire or require performance enhancement.
The number one thing you need to understand about horse steroids is actually very simple; as alluded to earlier they belong to a class of steroids known as Veterinarian Grade. While both EQ and Fina without question belong to this class Winstrol is a different story. As you have undoubtedly seen there is a lot of Human Grade Winstrol but you will not find the other two drugs in that class. While these three horse steroids are in many ways very unique unto their own as we will see, all of them are without question three of the top anabolic steroids on the market for a human or a horse.
One of the most powerful anabolic hormones on the planet; in veterinarian circles it is known as Finaplix or simply Fina; you know it as none other than Trenbolone-Acetate. Although this powerful hormone is not manufactured for human use and is strictly an animal steroid in-terms of production it is one of the more popular anabolics desired by the human race. Why would human beings want to use horse steroids, it is a question many dont understand but very easy to answer. Why, because they work and do so wonderfully. Not only is Fina/Tren very powerful and potent indeed, theres actually not a steroid its equal; it can however be very harsh on many people. Some people simply cant use this hormone due to negative sides but for those that can it will provide an far above average results.
It should be noted; while this steroid is often used in horses and commonly referred to as such it is just as commonly used in cattle if not more so. Have you ever watched the rodeo and seen the bulls they use? Ever wonder how on earth they ended up so muscular? Now you know.
Of the three hormones discussed here if any belong to the family of horse steroids this one takes the prize. This very popular compound was created for the specific purpose of treating horses so its not hard to see why this steroid wins the prize in that regard. While this steroid was not developed with human use in mind it has in-fact found a very welcomed home in many athletic circles. While this anabolic steroid is not known for its ability to promote massive gains in size it is an excellent strength builder, an excellent catabolic remedy and a very useful tool on those desiring to harden up. Like Fina/Tren this steroid will not be found on the human grade market and many of the underground brands are quite poor. However, if you can find legitimate vet grade EQ and so desire to you will have a very powerful hormone on your hands in-deed.
One of the most popular steroids on the planet, Winstrol not only possesses large popularity but a bit of infamy as well thanks to athletic steroid scandals in recent history; most notably Ben Johnson and the 1988 Olympic Games. Not only is this steroid popular among bodybuilders and power lifters it is a longtime favorite of a host of various professional athletes, largely in-part due to its versatility. While most will use this anabolic steroid in cutting cycles it can be a solid addition to a bulker as well. Unlike the previously mentioned horse steroids this one can absolutely be found in human grade. While it is of both human grade nature and vet grade this anabolic steroid is not uncommonly used in horses, thereby giving it somewhat of an honorary title in the horse steroid camp.