Horse Feed

Product Description Protein Description
Horse and Pony Nuts

Formulated with a high digestible fibre content these cubes are perfect for feeding to achieve that ‘slow burn’ effect for animals which are inclined to get excitable on higher energy blends.

Also suitable for older horses and ponies who find long fibre difficult to chew, these cubes can be soaked beforehand and fed as a mash.

11%

Light work

Resting

Country Cool Mix

This is a great all round diet which is non-heating, providing a palatable and nutritionally balanced daily feed.

Contains cooked cereals with a slightly higher energy and sugar content than Horse & Pony Nuts.

11%

Light to medium work

Resting

Conditioning Mix

This is a premium mix containing a high concentration of cooked cereals and linseed to improve condition and coat shine.

It is ideal for adding top-line for showing stock and is also excellent for providing controlled energy in the dressage ring.

Highly palatable and appealing mix containing 'sweeties' such as locust beans.

12% Improving condition
Performance and Stud Mix

A high energy blend to provide optimum micronutrients in a highly digestible form.

It contains all the essential vitamins and minerals, together with added limestone flour for healthy hoof and skeletal formation and maintenance.

15%

Show

Stud

Hunters

Hard work

All our horse feed is available in a convenient 20kg small bag.

Horse & Pony Nuts and Country Cool Mix are stock items.

Conditioning Mix and Performance & Stud Mix can be purchased with a minimum order of 1 tonne.

All our horse mixes include:

  • A light coating of Mol-Glo, a blend of soya oil and molasses, is added for palatability and texture.
  • All the essential vitamins and minerals as well as added limestone flour for healthy hoof and skeletal formation and maintenance. 

Prohibited Substances in Competition

Most medicines and drugs are prohibited if detected in a horse at the time of competition.  Information regarding this matter can be obtained from the FEI (www.horsesport.org) and the Horseracing Regulatory Authority (www.thehra.org).

Click here to download our Horse leaflet