Racing and performance horses
D Energy 13.6%, C Protein 12.4%
Probiotic, yeast cells, feed enzymes and prebiotic food sources increase food digestion and help balance the gut environment when affected by times of stress, travel or ill health. Essential amino acids lysine and methionine for strength and recovery. Biotin and chromium to help improve the metabolism plus important nutrients provide even more synergistic value.
Chelated, inorganic and organic minerals, coated vitamins, omega 3 fatty acids, anti-oxidants and Vitamin E minimum 564iu per kg for faster recovery from workouts and racing.
Macro nutrients to help maintain skeletal integrity in working horses.
When feeding below the high kg rate per day simply top up any nutrient shortfalls with a quality mineral & vitamin supplement to prevent your horses health and metabolism from becoming compromised.
Add a sodium chloride salt or electrolytes as work intensity or sweat loss increases
Seek advice if not sure your horse is receiving adequate levels of selenium
Oats, barley, maize, sunflower, lupins, peas, extruded protein, seeds, flax, legumes, cold pressed oils, omega 3 fatty acids, methionine, biotin, lysine, chromium, anti-oxidants, probiotics, feed enzymes, selenium yeast, natural vitamin E and a light spray of molasses.
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Suggested Feeding Guide
spelling/rehab / 300kg = 0.5 - 2kg / 400kg = 1 - 3kg / 500kg = 2 - 4kg / 600kg = up to 5kg
light work / 300kg = 1 - 2.5kg / 400kg = 2 - 3.5kg / 500kg = 3 - 4.5kg / 600kg = up to
moderate work / 300kg = 2 - 3kg / 400kg = 3 - 4kg / 500kg = 4 - 5kg / 600kg = up to 6kg
heavy work / 300kg = 3 - 4kg / 400kg = 4 - 5kg / 500kg = 5 - 6kg / 600kg = up to 7kg
If feeding Harvest Grains RACE-POWER for the first time gradually introduce over a minimum 10 days so the horses digestive system can adjust gradually to the new diet, proteins and oils.
When in moderate/heavy work split daily total between a minimum 3 feeds per day.
Ensure your horses receive a minimum 1.5% of their body-weight as additional good quality fiber and give open access to fresh clean drinking water and salt block if needed.
Selenium testing is advisable to ensure levels meet the horses individual needs
Lysine, Calcium, Phosphorus, Copper, Zinc, Selenium Yeast, Manganese, Iodine, Iron, Folic Acid, Sodium, Chloride, Magnesium, Methionine, Potassium, Vitamin A, Vitamin D, Vitamin E, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B2, Niacin B3, Vitamin B5, Vitamin, Vitamin B12, Biotin H2, Chromium, Vitamin K3, Cobalt, Choline.
Add salt or electrolytes as work intensity or sweat loss increases.
• Seek advice to attain correct selenium levels for all horses.
Not suitable for equines suffering EMS, Laminitis or Cushings disease