Paddock Power - powering performance

Paddock Power testimonials - straight from the horse's mouth

Paddock Power feedback

  • Picture of Mimi, 26 year old retired TB mare with Cushing's disease, who was on Paddock Power from December 2016, looking absolutely amazing on first sunny day taking the rugs off on 5th April, still got some tummy hair but shining like a conker with amazing top line and condition for such an old horse.

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Paddock Power analysis

Analytical Constituents

Crude Protein 12.0%, Sodium 13.4%, Oil 4.8%, Calcium 4.7%, Magnesium 3.0%, Phosphorus 1.0%, Starch 0.5% DM

Vitamins

Vit A 3400,000 iu,  Vit D3 80,000 iu, Vit E 980 iu, Vit K 12 mg,  Vit B1 70.0 mg, Vit B2 100 mg, Vit B6 2.4 mg, Vit B12 340 mcg, Nicotinic acid 100 mg, Pantotheric Acid 32 mg, Choline Chloride 440 mg

Compound of Trace Elements/Minerals

Salt & Selenium 118 mg,  Manganous Oxide 1950mcg, Potassium Iodide (iodine) 80 mg, Protected Copper 750 mg, Copper 1000mg, Protected Zinc 1000mg, Zinc 4100 mg, Cobalt 113mg,  Omega 3 1560mg/kg, Omega 6 and 12659mg/kg

  • Ingredients are safe for equine use and manufactured to comply with safe feed regulations of equine regulatory bodies and associations such and the Jockey Club, BSJA and FEI.
  • Safe for mares in foal and youngstock.
  • Contains copper; do not  feed to sheep.

 

Soya oil: Energy and coat condition

Protein: Soya and potato protein provide 2 different high quality protein sources with different amino acid profiles. The most important source is potato protein. It is 78% protein providing 18 amino acids including the essential amino acids lysine, methionine and isoleucine, threonine, and phenylalanine. It is one of the most bioavailable sources of proteins for horses which helps avoid digestive upset and aids in muscle growth, recovery and reparation for heavy exercise and exertion.

Fibre: Fibre is an important part of a healthy balanced diet and can also improve digestive health.

Salt: improves palatability and is needed for absorption of minerals and vitamins, it also acts as a regulator of feed intakes.

Calcium: assists with healthy bone structure in developing foals and young stock and maintaining heathy bones in mature animals

Magnesium: essential for promoting a calm temperament and also helps balance deficiencies in pasture particularly in autumn and spring. Also important in helping reduce laminitis, and proper muscle function

Potassium Iodide: has antibiotic properties, as well as being anti-fibrotic (tends to resist the development of scar tissue).  Helps aid health tissue regrowth

Protected Copper: Maintains muscle structure and healthy growth.  Improves pigmentation of hair in deficient horses. Also works in conjunction with zinc to produce healthy hooves.

Protected Zinc:  Essential for hoof health and hair quality.

Phosphorus: You need phosphorus to keep your bones strong and healthy, to help make energy, and to move your muscles.  It also aids kidney function, grow, maintain, and repair tissue and cells, aids production of DNA and RNA — the body’s genetic building blocks, helps balance and use vitamins such as vitamins B and D, as well as other minerals like iodine, magnesium, and zinc, maintain a healthy heart,  facilitate nerve function.

Cobalt: a trace element, it is important for blood cell formation. Helps maintain a healthy digestive system, particularly the cecum and large intestine.  Cobalt is essential for the synthesis of Vitamin B12. This vitamin is then used in conjunction with iron and copper in the formation and maintenance of blood cells.

Manganese: Needed for correct and healthy bone formation, disease resistance and fertility.

Selenium: needed for healthy muscle tissue and also aids in reproductive function. Works alongside Vitamin E as an antioxidant. Very important for the immune system.

Vit A: Promotes healthy skin and coat, crucial for good vision as well as bone and muscle growth.

Vit D3: Aids immune system and general emotional disposition. Essential to supplement during winter months.  Aids the absorption of calcium and phosphorus.

Vit E: As alpha-tocopherol, vitamin E's major function is as an antioxidant. Thus, vitamin E is notably key for the proper function of the reproductive, muscular, nervous, circulatory, and immune systems. It is essential to replace this vitamin in the diet during winter months.

Vit K: aids blood clotting and bone metabolism and heart health.

B Vit Complex: for maximum health and vigour, essential for the metabolism of carbohydrates, proteins and fats.  A blood tonic pick me up.

Omega-3 and 6: Horses cannot make their own Omega-3 and -6 fatty acids so it is imperative that they are obtainable through their diet. They are important as they help regulate the immune system, develop and maintain the central nervous system, are key in oxygen transfer and cell membrane stability.

Starch: Starch levels are very low in Paddock Power so helps you avoid problems with your horse fizzing up or becoming hot! High starch levels can also cause digestive, metabolic and muscle issues.