Energy Cookies

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About Energy Cookies

  • Encourage a more energetic performance

  • Developed with vets & leading equine nutritional experts

  • Can be used before, during or after exercise to support energy levels

  • Helps with energy, stamina and recovery

  • Utilises Nitric Oxide Precursors

  • No more syringes get the energy boost from a Cookie

Built on the same powerful and effective foundation as the rest of the Premier Performance range. Energy Cookies are used to encourage a more energetic performance from your horse. Developed to support energy levels for stamina, strength and recovery without causing short term fizz.

Energy Cookies can be used before, during or after exercise to support energy delivery to the horse. They boost with so many essential amino acids and are easy and flexible to use short term or long term.

The Energy Cookies are the go to solution for any horse that tires easily, it supports the output in performance horses and will help with heat and travel fatigue. It is a useful solution for horses with special dietary requirements including those that needs a calorie controlled or grain free diet.

Instructions for use

Energy Cookies can be given before, during or after training or competitions. If giving before exercise please allow 30 mins prior to starting. For intense exercise, 2 Cookies can be given.

Top up at any time and 6 Cookies can be given in a 24-hour period. To promote recovery, give an Energy Cookie after exercise. Build up can be done a couple of days before with 1 to 2 cookies a day.

Maintaining blood glucose during exercise is vital as an energy source for the muscles. Low blood glucose will seriously affect exercise performance.

Ingredients

Composition: L-Arginine, Peppermint Leaf

Additives: Soya Flour (NGMO), Flaxseed, Isomaltulose, Ginkgo, Molasses, L-Taurine, L-Proline, L-Valine.

Analytical Constituents:

  • Sodium 0.10%
  • Crude Protein 21.4%
  • Crude Fibre 2.6%
  • Total Oil 13.47%
  • Crude Ash 4.3%
  • Starch 1.5%

If your horse is lacking energy it is firstly necessary to ensure that the diet provides an appropriate amount of energy, calories, vitamins and minerals for the workload. For more information about this please see Professor Murray’s article explaining energy in the equine diet.

Customer Reviews

  1. Highly recommend Premier Performance’s energy cookies. My warmblood has benefitted hugely from the energy cookies, they have been particularly useful for 3 day shows! I have found that the energy cookies provide that extra boost he needs and he now travels around the ring with much more power. Fantastic, knowledgeable company who provide great advice and really know their products. Very happy with the results of the energy cookies and will definitely be using Premier Performance in the future for any other supplements.

    Harry Polley

  2. I have been using calming cookies for many years now but I recently tried the energy cookies on my advanced dressage horse who sometimes needs an extra boost especially after a long travel journey. I’m so impressed with the results after using just one cookie they really do what they say they do, I highly recommended this product.

    Sofia

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