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Kentucky Equine- Preserve

Muscle Health and Antioxidant Supplement for Performance Horses

Preserve is a scientifically formulated supplementary source of natural vitamin E, organic selenium, magnesium, and vitamin C.

Why use Preserve?

  • Aids in reducing muscle damage in working horses
  • Contains natural vitamin E, a powerful antioxidant, which is more biologically potent than synthetic forms
  • Contains organic selenium, which is research-proven to be more bioavailable than inorganic forms. Selenium supplementation is essential for horses grazing selenium-deficient pastures
  • Antioxidants for protection against inflammation and free radical damage
  • Vital antioxidants to assist in promoting a healthy immune system

When to use Preserve

  • Aids in reducing muscle damage in working horses
  • Horses prone to tying-up
  • Horses recovering from illness or injury
  • To promote a healthy immune system
  • Supplementation for horses grazing selenium-deficient pastures

Antioxidants and working horses

Muscle damage is a constant risk in working horses, leading to reduced performance or inability to work.  Supplementation of antioxidants is important for hard-working horses to help ward off the ill effects of mass-produced free radicals associated with exercise.

Horses with an inadequate reserve of antioxidants may experience muscle soreness or stiffness during an exercise bout and prolonged recovery following hard work.

Other effects of insufficient antioxidant intake include reduced immunity and decreased fertility.

Feeding recommendations

The following amounts should be fed daily.
Mix well into a damp feed.

Feed 20g (2/3 scoop) for ponies.
Feed 30g (1 level scoop) for horses.

These recommendations are for a horse with a mature body weight of 500kg. Please adjust according to the weight of your horse.

Preserve may be used strategically during periods of high-intensity exercise to protect from muscle damage and soreness for all performance horses. In this case, feed daily for three days prior to intense exercise, on the day of competition and for three days after.

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