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Horse Fist ExSelent E :Vitamin E and Selenium Improves Muscle Well-Being increases muscle performance during and through development and relaxation


"When you need your horse to be Powerful, Supple, Flexible and Happy you need Horse First Exselent E"

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    Horse First ExSelent E

     

    Horse Fist ExSelent E :Vitamin E and Selenium Improves Muscle Well-Being increases muscle performance during and through development and relaxation

    "When you need your horse to be Powerful, Supple, Flexible and Happy you need Horse First Exselent E"

    What is Horse First ExSelent E for?

    1. Vitamin E is a key component in aiding Muscle Development and crucial in avoiding muscle pain and damage.
    2. Selenium is vital in the process of muscle Health and to aid the retention of suppleness in the muscle tissue during work.

    What to look for

    1. When your horse feels stiff during work,finding it hard to turn, resisting flextion, not stretching as normal.
    2. When you feel that you are getting less follow through in walk,trot and canter.
    3. Short of stride while jumping and finding long distances difficult in combinations.
    4. When grooming you feel the muscle in the neck area and hind quarters hard to the touch.

    IF YOU ARE IN DOUBT ABOUT YOUR HORSE OR PONY'S CONDITION PLEASE CONSULT YOUR VET. 

Feeding Instructions
    • Horses in Hard Work- 2 scoops (50g) per day
    • Mares and Young Stock- 1 soop (25g) per day

    3kg of Horse First ExSelent E will provide 120 servings

Ingredients
    Vitamin E 50,000iu Vitamin C 40.000mg Chelated Selenium 10mg Lysine 100,000mg
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