Power & Performance Release The Potential
Ideal for . . .
- Horses and ponies in hard work
- Horses and ponies that are sharp and fizzy on traditional competition feeds
- Horses and ponies needing a combination of fast and slow release energy
Benefits of Power & Performance . . .
- A high energy feed – DE 12.8MJ/kg
- Supplies fast and slow release energy for sparkle and stamina!
- Balanced with vitamins and minerals
- Contains a prebiotic and probiotic blend for healthy digestion
- Includes linseed – a good source of Omega 3
- Suitable for horses and ponies with intolerances to barley, alfalfa and/or molasses
Power & Performance is our revolutionary high energy competition feed, ideal for horses and ponies in harder work. High energy ingredients, combined with lower starch and sugar levels than traditional competition feeds, provide horses and ponies with both fast and slow release energy for sparkle and stamina! Power & Performance enables horses and ponies to work hard and achieve results whilst remaining focused.
- Nutritional Information
- Feeding Instructions
- Feeding Recommendations
Wheat Feed, Unmolassed Beet Pulp, Beans, Nutritionally Improved Straw, Linseed (7%), Peas, Calcium Carbonate, Expelled Soya Oil, Salt, Grass, Mint, Yeast, Sodium Bicarbonate, Fructo-oligosaccharides
Nutritional Additives (per kg)
Vitamins: E3a672a Vitamin A: 12.5k iu (as retinyl acetate); E3a671 Vitamin D3: 2.5k iu (as cholecalciferol); E3a700 Vitamin E: 328mg (as all-rac-alpha-tocopherol acetate)
Trace elements: 213mg Ferrous Sulphate Monohydrate (E1-Iron); 289mg Zinc Oxide (E6-Zinc); 174mg Manganous Oxide (E5-Manganese); 3.12mg Calcium Iodate Anhydrous (E2-Iodine); 1.2mg Sodium Selenite (E8-Selenium); 83mg Cupric Chelate of Glycine, Hydrate (E4-Copper)
Gut Flora Stabilisers: Saccharomyces cerevisiae (NCYC Sc47) 4b1702 1.25×10^10 CFU/kg
- Crude Protein 15.00%
- Crude Fibre 10.50%
- Calcium 1.00%
- Phosphorous 0.45%
- Starch 20.00%
- Estimated D.E. 12.80 MJ/kg
- Crude Oils and Fats 6.00%
- Crude Ash 8.00%
- Sodium 0.70%
- Omega 3 1.50%
- Total Sugar 5.00%
PLEASE DAMPEN THIS FEED BEFORE FEEDING.
Introduce a new feed gradually over 7 to 10 days building up to the amounts needed to maintain condition and energy levels (0.25 – 5.0kg depending on size, type, workload and condition). Place feed in a shallow bucket, dampen well, then stir. Dampened, unmolassed chaff or soaked Fast Fibre can be added to this feed, if adding unmolassed chaff, stir well before feeding. This feed may not be suitable for laminitics – if your horse is prone to, or has, laminitis why not try Fast Fibre? Do not feed to sheep.
IMPORTANT, PLEASE READ: To get the best results from Power &Performance, please make sure that you do not feed any other products that contain barley or molasses. Many traditional feeds contain barley and molasses which can cause excitability in some horses. Even horses that do not become fizzy as a result of these ingredients can benefit from a low starch and sugar feed such as Power & Performance*.
|Weight||Rest-light work||Medium work||Hard work||Very Hard Work|
|200kg||0.25 – 0.5kg||0.5 – 1.0kg||1.0 – 1.5kg||1.5 – 2.5kg|
|300kg||0.25 – 0.8kg||1.0 – 1.5kg||1.5 – 2.5kg||2.5 – 3.5kg|
|400kg||0.5 – 1.25kg||1.25 – 2.0kg||2.0 – 3.0kg||3.5 – 4.5kg|
|500kg||0.5 – 1.5kg||1.5 – 2.5kg||2.5 – 3.5kg||3.5 – 5.5kg|
|600kg||0.75 – 1.75kg||1.75 – 3.0kg||3.0 – 4.5kg||5.5 – 7.0kg|
|700kg||0.75 – 2.0kg||2.0 – 3.5kg||3.5 – 5.0kg||6.5 – 8.0kg|
“Since changing from a traditional diet of sugar beet and rolled barley, to Power & Performance, Colorado P gained 30kg in 5 weeks. He is now successfully competing at 1.40m! He looks amazing and has the right amount of energy without getting silly. Many thanks to Nicola Witty, the Midlands Area Manager, for all her knowledge and support.”Ryan Page Colorado P
“Having previously been fed Calm & Condition, as we moved up to Medium level dressage Arnie lacked the energy needed to successfully complete two tests. Power & Performance was added to his Calm & Condition. It was the perfect combination which could be altered dependant on his workload and didn't cause any silly behaviour.”
Louisa Spencer Arnie