GastroPremier ®

from £55.00

from 3 reviews

Scoop Option
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About GastroPremier ®

  • Naturally and rapidly supports the health of the complete Gastric System

  • Developed with vets & leading equine nutritional experts

  • Encourages the natural production of mucus

  • Utilises Nitric Oxide Precursors

  • Helps control stomach acidity

  • Can be used alongside a veterinary treatment

GastroPremier® offers horse owners, trainers and veterinarians an opportunity to nutritionally & naturally support the health of the complete gastric, colonic and digestive system.

A unique high quality veterinary-grade feed supplement. Efficient, effective and very powerful, works rapidly to support the gastric system, with results that can be seen in as little as 7 days.

GastroPremier nutritionally supports healthy digestion and helps with the complete gastric system. A carefully formulated gastric supplement with a very different approach than most other products on the market due to the Nitric Oxide Pathways.

GastroPremier supplies active nutrients, utilises Nitric Oxide precursors so the body is aware of what needs to be targeted. GastroPremier works with the natural production of mucus in the lining of the gastric system, therefore acting as a liner and maintaining the stomach’s natural acidity levels. It does not interfere with the acid production required for healthy digestion in the hind gut.

Will support the fore gut, intestines, hind gut and colon. Great for the gut flora.

A successful option in the racing industry

Contains no fillers, binders or any known prohibited substances and is competition safe.

Check out the feedback about the GastroPremier on Facebook page Premier Performance CZ

Instructions for use

1 scoop (30ml) = 18g

Loading dose is recommended between 5 to 7 days. Competition horses loading dose is 10 days. For horses under veterinary treatment loading dose is recommended for 7-14 days before moving to the maintenance feeding rate.

Feeding rate for horses following veterinary treatment or to promote a healthy stomach environment is recommended for 10 days.

Mix with feed. Can be syringed by mixing with a little water to form a paste.

Loading dose feeding rate

Weight of Horse:

  • Under 500kg: ¾ scoop twice a day
  • 500kg – 600kg: 1 scoop twice a day
  • 600kg+: 2 scoops twice a day

Maintenance feeding rate

Weight of Horse:

  • Under 500kg: ¾ scoop once a day
  • 500kg – 600kg: 1 scoop once a day
  • 600kg+: 2 scoops once a day

Every horse is different. Recommended time on the GastroPremier is between 4 to 6 weeks.

The GastroPremier can also be used long term due to the nutritional values.

It is ideal for older horses, poor doers and horses and ponies that lose condition at any time of year. GastroPremier may also be fed to horses or ponies at times of increased stress, travelling, competition, change of yard or a change in hay or feed etc.

GastroPremier can be fed to all horses during or following veterinary treatment to help towards a healthy stomach environment. GastroPremier is a natural alternative to maintaining a healthy gut.

The GastroPremier Extend is the next step down followed by the Stomach Maintenance.

Premier Performance CZ is offering a 3 tier gastric product system with great results.


Composition: Papaya, L-Arginine, L-Tyrosine, L-Alanine, L-Histidine, L-Glutamine, Himalayan Salt.

Additives: Aloe Vera, Inulin (Prebiotic), Fenugreek, Lecithin, Apple Pectin, Liquorice, Choline Bitartrate, Cinnamon, L-Glutamic Acid, Schizandra, Zeolite, L-Acetyl-L-Cysteine, Manganese, Zinc, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Vitamin B12, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B1 (Thiamine), Vitamin B2, Vitamin B3, Vitamin B5, Vitamin B4

Nutritional analysis:
Sodium 0.72%
Crude Protein 41.3%
Crude Fibre 3.7%
Total Oil 3.33%
Crude Ash 7.4%
Starch 1.9%

Customer Reviews

  1. Would not hesitate to recommend this product to help resolve gut related issues. My pony was showing uncharacteristic agitation (ears back and showing teeth) when being girthed up, after discounting saddle and back soreness with professionals I started feeding this product. Within 4 days on the loading dose she has settled back down to her usual sweet self. Considering I already feed a popular ‘gut balancer’ I am amazed at the effectiveness of this product. Easy to add to feed, smells nice and no issues with palatability. I will definitely continue using this product!

    Rebecca Rooke

  2. Just recently I have noticed my horses behaviour change… Struggling to girth up, trying to bite me, sensitive to clip, being nappy at competitions, resisting my leg and in general just been grumpy.
    After reading someone else’s review that described their horses behaviour the same as mine, I decided to give gastro premier a go! And I’m so glad I did. With in a week my horses behaviour changed completely, back to his happy self with no issues. I have decided to keep my horse on gastropremier and have just put in my second order! Thank you.


  3. Recently started using Gastro Premier, another impressive product noticed a big difference in a first 2 weeks, horse more settled in himself & not showing the previous signs of gut discomfort.
    Camilla & Sophie were a great help on any queries, fast service provided.
    Highly recommend both products

    Becca Nickels


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