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ASK Ravene : what supplements and feeds should you be giving to a 16.2 warm blood currently competing at 1.10m showjumping and in medium work through out the week?

ASK Ravene : what supplements and feeds should you be giving to a 16.2 warm blood currently competing at 1.10m showjumping and in medium work through out the week?
Hello Ellie,

For a competition horse taking a little age, anti-oxidants are important. I advise you in our range "Optimization of physical condition" our products NUTRILIFE+ and NUTRIGARLIC+ that contain them.

NUTRILIFE+ : This is a vitaminized food supplement that contains all the elements to complete the daily ration of your horse, whatever its activity. It’s in the form of pellets to mix with the ration. 90g per day, or a pod (included in the bucket) for 1 month.

It contains 20 essential ingredients (vitamins, minerals, calcium, phosphorus, ...)

NUTRIGARLIC+ : it’s a food supplement to add also to the ration of your horse in the form of palatable pellets. It contains essential ingredients including easy-to-assimilate garlic, flaxseed and cod liver combined, lithothamne, beetroot, barley ... 30g (1 pod included) per day 1 month to be renewed 3 times a year.

During the intense periods of shows, I also advise you NUTRIFORME: it prepares your horse for a sustained effort. It contains trace elements and magnesium. In liquid form, it also mixes with the diet. 30ml per day for 1 month.

We must not neglect external care, especially for the limbs and back (tendons, joints, muscles ...).

In our range "External care" I advise you our massage balm: KINESYL

It can be applied before work to prepare muscles for effort or after work to promote muscle relaxation.
The hyper-oxygenated oils associated with eucalyptus and rosemary will avoid the nasty aches for your horse, the day after contests!

Our NUTRIFLEX food supplement is also recommended for older horses: it maintains the joints thanks to its content of Meadow Queen and Willow. In liquid form, it administers in a very simple way directly from the ration of your horse, or in the mouth with the aid of a syringe.

Good show :)