Minerals & Vitamins
Pelleted mineral complementary feeding stuff for race horses destined to help balance their ration. Particularly recommended for race and competition horses being fed a cereal rich diet.
Calcium carbonate 29%, Calcified seaweed 28%, Molasses 14%, Dicalcium phosphate 13.7%, Sodium chloride 3%, Barley four 2.2%, Products from the processing of herbs: (Ceratonia siliqua, Pimpinella anisum L., Equisetum arvense L., Glycyrrhiza glabra L.) 2%, Equisetum arvense L 0.5%. Additives/kg: Compounds of trace elements: Zinc (zinc chelate of amino acids hydrate) (E6) 3000 mg, Copper (as cupric sulphate (II) pentahydrate) (E4) 1200 mg, Manganese (as manganous sulphate monohydrate) (E5) 1000 mg, Iodine (as calcium iodate, anhydrous) (3b202) 50 mg, Selenium (as sodium selenite) (E8) 8 mg. Amino acids and salts: DL- Methionine technically pure (3c301) 600 mg, L-Lysine technically pure (3.2.3.) 300 mg, L-Threonine technically pure (3.3.1.) 290 mg. Vitamins and pro-vitamins: Vitamin A (3a672a) 200000 IU, Vitamin E/all-rac-alpha- tocopheryl acetate (3a700) 11000 IU, Vitamin D3 (E671) 10000 IU, Choline chloride (3a890) 2500 mg, Folic acid (3a316) 1740 mg, Vitamin C (3a300) (E300) 1000 mg, Vitamin B1 (3a821) 1000 mg, Niacin (3a314) 1000 mg, Calcium D-pantothenate (3a841) 500 mg, Vitamin B2 360 mg, Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine hydrochloride) (3a831) 300 mg, Vitamin B12 15 mg, Biotin (3a880) 1 mg. Aromatic substances: Glycine 3400 mg, Disodium inosine 160 mg
Horses (500 kg): Administer 80 to 100 g mixed with the usual daily ration (10 g per kg dry matter).
Once a year, Mega Base Race batch is analysed for environmental contaminant, ensuring that the product doesn’t contain ingredients likely to make a positive doping test.
MEGA BASE RACE contains an adapted calcium/ phosphorous ratio, vitamins, minerals and readily assimilated trace elements (IPALIGO®) as well as essential amino acids that answer to the increased demands resulting from the intense physical activity of race horses. Moreover, the vitamin E participates in cellular integrity in the presence of increased free radical levels while inosine, as an ATP precursor, has a specific supporting effect on the heart muscle.