Horse and pony diets are traditionally low in certain electrolytes, particularly sodium. Horses and ponies both in and out of work lose electrolytes on a daily basis in faeces, urine and sweat. These electrolytes must be replaced from the diet as the horse cannot make them itself. Many horses and ponies do not receive sufficient key electrolytes from their basal diet. Electrolyte deficiency or imbalance can occur over weeks or months and can lead to anything from lethargy and or a subtle decrease in performance to severe clinical problems including gastro-intestinal disturbance and tying-up. Pure Plus balanced electrolyte is a palatable and fully balanced electrolyte supplement for all horses and ponies providing all the major electrolytes in the correct proportions that can be fed according to level of work. The low sugar (less than 5%) content means that Pure Plus balanced electrolyte is suitable for horses and ponies that need to be on a low sugar/starch/carbohydrate intake, such as those affected by laminitis, EMS and tying-up.
• Extra gentle on your horse’s stomach using microbead technology for improved palatability.
• A palatable electrolyte supplement for horses and ponies.
• Electrolyte deficiency and imbalance is a common cause of poor performance and problems such as tying-up.
• Fully balanced to replace losses from training and competition.
• Suitable for horses and ponies prone to laminitis and tying-up.
FEEDING GUIDE Pony Horse Large Horse
Maintenance/Light Work ½ 1 1½
Moderate Work 1 2 2½
Hard Work / Summer 2 4 5
1 level scoop (25ml) = 28g
Per 25ml scoop (28g): 7.7g Chloride, 4.1g Sodium, 1.7g Potassium, 0.1g Magnesium, 0.1g Calcium.
Analysis: Ash 68%; Chloride 39%; Sodium 21%; Oil 17%; Potassium 9%; Calcium <1%; Phosphorus <1%; Magnesium <1%; Protein 0%; Fibre 0%.
Composition: Sodium chloride, potassium chloride, vegetable oil, calcium gluconate, dextrose, magnesium phosphate, flavour.
Additives (per kg): EC permitted mint flavour 2g
This product has been tested for the prohibited substances caffeine, theophylline, theobromine, hyoscine, hordenine, morphine and atropine and does not contravene FEI rules or the Rules of Racing.