It is recommended to contact your veterinarian or health care professional. The product descriptions contained herein are for information purpose only and are not intended to prevent, diagnose, treat or cure any disease.

Peak Performance



Recommended Serving:
Non-racing performance horses such as endurance, eventing, roping, etc. Feed 2 rounded scoops (70cc scoop included)
(each scoop 30 gr) at the start of the event, and 4 scoops additionally every two hours for the duration of the event.
Racehorses: Glycogen Loading: Feed 4 scoops three times daily starting three days before performance. On day of performance, feed according to time of race. If race is 1 PM or earlier, feed 4 scoops four hours before race. May be fed top dressed with grain or sweet feed, or dissolved in the horses water. For faster recovery of glucose and glycogen levels, feed 2 scoops immediately following the event and 2 scoops two or three times daily for the next two days. Horses should have access to water while on this schedule.

Carbohydrates (30 gr per scoop) This is the most efficient energy source for the working horse. Having sufficient carbohydrate stores (glycogen levels) prior to an endurance event has been shown to dramatically improve performance. Supply is critical for working horses because muscles depleted of glycogen stop functioning.

Thiamine Vitamin B1 (100 mg per scoop) Thiamine enhances circulation and assists in blood formation and carbohydrate metabolism. It has a positive effect on energy, growth, normal appetite and learning capacity, and is needed for muscle tone of the intestines, stomach and heart. Thiamine also acts as an antioxidant. Deficiency of thiamine can present itself as labored breathing, nervousness, general weakness (weak and sore muscles) and weight loss.
Chromium Citrate (300 mcg per scoop) Chromium, (sometimes called Glucose Tolerance Factor or GTF is needed for energy. This essential trace mineral is fundamental in the metabolism of glucose and maintains stable blood sugar levels through proper insulin utilization. A lack of Chromium will jeopardize normal blood sugar levels and it also promotes an increase in lean muscle tissue. It is vital in the synthesis of fats and protein.

CARBO-FORCE will not cause an insulin spike, therefore makes a perfect pre race supplement. In addition, because of its slow release complex carbohydrate source, low glycemic index carbohydrates such as maltodextrin (which is basically glucose polymers) become easily digested and absorbed complex carbohydrates. Having sufficient glycogen levels prior to an endurance event has been shown to dramatically improve performance particularly during long term work such as endurance events or in high-speed efforts such as eventing or racing. This balanced glycogen loading system can be effectively used for carb loading days prior to events.

For optimum results follow feeding instructions and it is recommended to add our energy blend ENERGEX.

5 kg


Pure Creatine Monohydrate & Glucose
Pharmaceutical Grade

Recommended Serving: 1 scoop (30 grams) 1-2 times per day mixed with feed for best results. For maximum performance 2 scoops daily plus 1 additional scoop before events. (43cc scoop included) Each scoop: 10 gr of Creatine plus 20 gr of glucose

Creatine How does it work? The phosphocreatine level of muscle is a rate-limiting factor in energy production. Once phosphocreatine levels become depleted, your muscle ability to contract at 100% efficiency is lost.

While supplementing creatine to increase muscle stores of phosphocreatine, your horse will be able to work at 100% effort for longer periods.

Creatine is beneficial for regeneration of ATP. Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP) is stored in muscle cells and is the initial energy source in the contraction of the cells. Muscle has about 4-5 seconds of ATP available for maximum muscle contraction. Creatine phosphate is the second energy source the muscles use and allow near maximum muscle contraction for another 5-6 seconds.

Energy for muscle contraction is supplied when ATP gives up one of its phosphate molecules to become AdenosineDiphosphate. Creatine phosphate helps regenerate ATP by donating one if its phosphate molecules to an ADP molecule. Correctly used over a one-year period can increase strength up to and over 20%.

Creatine aids in recovery because it delays the burning of glycogen, glucose and then fatty acids as a fuel source for the muscle. Glucose (carbohydrate) Acts to accelerate absorption while preserving valuable protein stores. The addition of carbohydrates ensures creatine delivery into the muscle cell.

1 kg
5 kg



Creatine Monohydrate Pure
Pharmaceutical Grade

Recommended Serving: 2 scoops (60 grams) for 3 days. Maintenance ½ scoop daily (43cc scoop included)

Correctly used over a one-year period can increase strength up to and over 20%. Creatine aids in recovery because it delays the burning of glycogen, glucose and then fatty acids as a fuel source for the muscle. May produce more ATP for extra energy, speed and endurance. Buffers lactic acid build-up.

1 kg



Dicalcium Phosphate provides supplemental calcium and phosphorus

Recommended Serving: Horses & Foals 1 large scoop 30 grams (43cc scoop included) daily. Feed 2 large scoops daily during gestation and lactation or as directed by veterinarian.

Dicalcium Phosphate provides supplemental calcium and phosphorus. It is highly palatable.

1 kg
5 kg



Pharmaceutical Grade
NO fillers or additives

Recommended Serving: 1 scoop (5 grams) daily for two weeks Maintenance: 1.5 grams daily

Nutritional physicians have been using DMG to manage fatigue, to enhance blood sugar (glucose) metabolism, improve liver functions and to strengthen the cardiovascular system. DMG increases oxygen utilization and thereby decrease lactic acid levels under extreme stress and decrease muscle fatigue and cramping. The energy available to a horse’s body comes from a chemical reaction called the ATP cycle. DMG has been shown to aid transport of the oxygen that breaks down the blood sugar to fuel the ATP cycle. Research indicates that the average 1100 lb. (500 kg) horse needs 1500 mg of DMG per day. Most horsemen double or triple the dose a few days before a race or other heavy activity, without seeing any side effects.

1 kg




Recommended Serving: For Maintenance & Stressful conditions 1 scoop (50 gr) daily 70cc scoop included For maximum performance feed 2 scoops daily plus 1 additional scoop evening before events

Electrolytes: (7,220 mg per scoop) Keep the body hydrated and are severely depleted or lost through sweating. Endurance athletes, humans and horses, who sweat profusely over a long period of time are particularly likely to suffer from electrolyte loss. 


Sodium Citrate: (4,000 mg per scoop) A scientifically proven acrogenic aid for anaerobic performance specifically acting as an effective buffering agent. 


Calcium: (3,000 mg per scoop) Has been shown to enhance both anaerobic and aerobic performance by enhancing ATP production. 


Potassium Phosphate: (200 mg per scoop) supplies the important electrolyte, potassium, and an abundance of phosphate. ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate) is the muscles contractile energy source.


Magnesium Oxide: (2000 mg per scoop) Insures smooth rhythmic body movements. 


DMG: (Dimenthylglycine) (1,500 mg per scoop) Has long been used by athletes to improve overall performance and endurance, to enhance oxygen utilization and improve recovery after strenuous exercise. A trial conducted using DMG in the diet of racing standardbreds, resulted in lower blood lactic acid levels following training. Trainers found these horses to be more ‘aggressive’, to have better appetites and attitudes, and to recover faster from racing and training. 


L-Glutamine: (1,000 mg per scoop) The demand for this non-essential amino acid increases dramatically when the body is repairing damaged tissue. Supplementation with L-glutamine will create an increase in nitrogen retention to enhance anabolism and allow the body to repair tissue more efficiently. During endurance training, L-Glutamine will prevent the body from using muscle as fuel by sparing glycogen stores, increasing endurance. 


L-Lysine: (6,000 mg per scoop) An essential amino acid which is the necessary building blocks for all protein. Lysine is most often deficient in horse diets. Supplementation is highly recommended for horses in training and performance horses. It is needed for appropriate muscle, blood and hoof development. Helps in collagen formation and repairs tissues. 


ANTIOXIDANTS: (1,500 mg per scoop) Lipoic Acid: (50 mg) A powerful antioxidant that significantly increases the cellular nutrient absorption potential. Mimics insulin to increase glucose and amino acid absorption, enhancing recovery and muscle tone, energy and stamina. Vitamin C: (450 mg) During periods of peak performance, the body requires more Vitamin C for tissue recovery and restoration. Vitamin E: (1000 mg) Enhances muscle tone and endurance, is a potent antioxidant. 


Creatine Monohydrate: (10,000 mg per scoop) Creatine properly reacted with a Krebs Cycle Intermediate to create a molecule with a higher bioavailability. Five times more soluble, more absorbable and more active than creatine monohydrate. Increased bioavailability means you use less for saturation and maintenance and hypersaturation is possible. Creatine Citrate is not a single blend, rather an innovative molecule engineered for increased bioactivity. Creatine absorption into the muscles is enhanced by the simultaneous ingestion of glucose. May produce more ATP for extra energy, speed and endurance. Buffers the lactic acid build up. 


Carbohydrate (20,000 mg per scoop) Maltodextrin, Glucose and fructose for muscles and energy supply. The importance of the initial muscle glycogen concentration in high intensity exercise has been reported. The general consensus is that muscle glycogen concentration plays a significant role in performance by providing extra dietary carbohydrates prior, during and after exercise. 


For optimum results, we recommend to feed with CARBOFORCE, our glycogen loading formula. 


Directions for use: 1 scoop (50 g) orally once daily Performance Horses: 2 scoops orally twice daily

1 kg
5 kg




Pharmaceutical Grade

Recommended Serving:
1 scoop = 50 grams (70cc scoop enclosed)
Young Horses: Feed 1/2 scoop daily (25 grams)
Maintenance: Feed 1 scoop daily (50 grams)
Performance Horses: Feed 1 1/2 scoop daily (75 grams)


GUARANTEED ANALYSIS: *This feed contains added Selenium at 40 mg/kg
Vitamin A (min) 900, 000 IU/kg
Vitamin D3 (min) 240, 000 IU/kg 
Vitamin E (min) 5, 000 IU/kg 
Vitamin B 12 (min) 2, 400 mcg/kg 
Vitamin K (menadione)(min) 1,000 mg/kg 
Niacin (min) 2,500 mg/kg 
Thiamine (min) 500 mg/kg 
Riboavin (min) 800 mg/kg 
Pantothenic Acid (min) 1,000 mg/kg 
Choline (min) 13,000 mg/kg 
Folic Acid (min) 240 mg/kg 
Biotin (min) 30, 000 mcg/kg 
Pyridoxine (min) 800 mg/kg 
Iodine (actual) 20 mg/kg 
Manganease (actual) 10,000 mg/kg 
Zinc (actual) 20,000 mg/kg 
Cobalt (actual) 150 mg/kg 
Copper (actual) 2,000 mg/kg
Iron (actual) 15,000 mg/kg 
Fluorine (max) 2,000 mg/kg

2.5 kg
5 kg


HMB (Beta-Hydroxy-Beta-Methylbutyrate)

HMB Pure, in a base of Maltodextrine
Pharmaceutical Grade
No Fillers or additives

Recommended Serving: Feed 1 scoop (30 grams) twice daily (43cc scoop included)

HMB (5000 mg per scoop) Feeding HMB can result in less muscle loss and improved muscle mass as a result of exercise. HMB is indicated for lung bleeding and allergies and is most useful for horses with high aerobic energy needs such as eventing and racing.

1 kg



Thiamine (Vitamin B-1) pure in a base of maltodextrin.

Recommended Serving: One scoop (30 gr) daily, Two scoops daily for racing, performance or horses in training. Each scoop provides 1000mg of Vitamin B-1. (60 cc scoop included)


2 kg
$ 49.00






Pharmaceutical Grade

Recommended Serving: Feed 1 scoop (33 gr) once for maintenance and for performance horses feed
1 scoop (33 gr) twice daily
(43cc scoop included)

Calcium Citrate (5700 mg per scoop) Magnesium Oxide (2500 mg per scoop)Equals the ideal elemental value of 1:1 ratio and are mutually dependent.

Therefore, these two elements should be administered at the same time. Magnesium governs the bio-availability and bioactivity of calcium. Deficiencies are likely on all un- supplemented diets for horses that exercise heavily. Magnesium helps absorb calcium, phosphorus, sodium and potassium. It is necessary for the B vitamins, especially thiamine, to be utilized. A deficiency interferes with the transmission of nerve and muscle impulses causing nervousness. Magnesium is considered to be an anti-stress mineral. It functions to relax skeletal muscles as well as the smooth muscle of blood vessels and the gastrointestinal tract.

Vitamin D (1000 IU per scoop)Zinc (300 mg per scoop) Facilitates absorption and enhances optimization of calcium and phosphorus, as well as the B vitamins which depend on the phosphorous for complete absorption. Vitamin D and chelated Zinc act synergistically with the calcium to ensure maximum bio-availability.

Dicalcium Phosphate(17,500 mg per scoop) Provides calcium and phosphorus which may be lacking in an animal’s regular feed. The neutral Ph contributes to the buffering action to relieve upset stomach and reduces lactic acid build-up. Dicalcium Phosphate is an ideal feed supplement because of its optimum Calcium:Phosphorus ratio of 1.3:1

Thiamine B-1 (1000 mg per scoop) Thiamine enhances circulation and assists in blood formation. It is needed for muscle tone of the intestines, stomach and heart. Deficiency of Thiamine can present as laboured breathing, nervousness, weak and sore muscle.

DMG(1500 mg per scoop)Aids in maintenance of high energy levels and improves oxygen utilization. Reduces lactic acid levels under extreme stress, decreases fatigue, cramping and recovery faster from racing and training.

Potassium Phosphate(1000 mg per scoop)Supplies the important electrolyte potassium and an abundance of phosphate.

Boswellia Extract(500 mg per scoop)Boswellia may open up collateral blood circulation, thereby maintaining mobility and reducing pain due to stiffness.

Vitamin E(2000 IU per scoop)Selenium*(1 mg per scoop)Performance horses need increased levels of Vitamin E and Selenium to minimize the delirious affects associated with stress. Supplementation is necessary for maintenance of muscle and is suggested that race horses or performance horses obtain at least 2 mg of selenium daily. Deficiencies can result in “Tying Up” symptoms. Vitamin E & Selenium are considered effective in treating and preventing re-occurrence of the disability.

*CAUTION: Since toxicity can occur, do not overfeed Selenium. Check all feed for sources of Selenium. Can be harmful in excess. Consult your veterinarian.

1 kg
$ 44.50
5 kg
$ 200.00


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