ElectrolytePlus

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About ElectrolytePlus

  • For ponies/horses in rest or work

  • Contains 82 trace mininerals

  • Gentle on the gut

  • Promotes water and feed intake for hydration

  • Essential for performance

  • Essential for correct muscle and nerve function

ElectrolytePLUS provides the full spectrum for everything your horse will need to stay hydrated and maintain its health.

It contains 82 macro minerals and trace elements essential to the body’s health, macro minerals which are needed in abundance such as calcium, chloride, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium and sodium.

ElectrolytePlus is ideal for horses in hard work, or those who sweat a lot to stay hydrated.

Optimal Electrolyte health is vital for peak performance and should be fed on a daily basis when in training and competing. Electrolytes lost in sweat are not likely to be replaced by normal hard feed, which may lead to a negative balance.

ElectrolytePlus will keep the competing horse performing at their best, ElectrolytePlus are essential for correct muscle and nerve function, keeping the horse hydrated and healthy.

Does not contain chemicals, fillers, binders or other known prohibited substances as defined by the FEI.

Feeding Guidelines

Based on 30ml (18g) Scoop 

Light Work

  • Under 250Kg: 3/4 scoop
  • 500kg – 600kg:  1 – 1.5 scoops
  • 600kg+: 3 scoops

Medium Work

  • Under 250Kg: 1 – 1.5 scoops
  • 500kg – 600kg:  2-2.5 scoops
  • 600kg+: 4-6 scoops

Hard Work or Hot Weather

  • Under 250Kg  3 scoops
  • 500kg – 600kg: 4-6 scoops
  • 600kg+: 5-7 scoops

Ingredients

Sodium chloride, Potassium chloride, Glucose, Calcium gluconate, Magnesium chloride.

Nutritional analysis:

Total Oil – 0.3%
Crude Protein – 0.6%
Crude Fibre – 0.1%
Crude Ash – 0.2%
Sodium – 0.02%

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