- Electrolyte imbalances and dehydration due to sweat loss can occur during training, racing, competition and travel in all performance horses.
RECOMMENDED FOR USE IN
- Horses prior to, during and after travel.
- Performance horses following sweat loss.
- “Tucked-up” horses – showing signs of dehydration.
- During hot weather.
- Rehydration after illness or diarrhoea.
- During period of excessive stress.
Each 60mL syringe contains:
- Chloride 18.60g
- Potassium 7.2g
- Sodium 5.6g
- Magnesium 5.8g
- Calcium 1.6g
- Sulphate 0.34g
- Zinc 0.23g
- Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) 100mg
- Vitamin B2 (Riboflavine) 120mg
- Vitamin B3 (Nicotinamide) 360g
- Vitamin B5 (Calcium pantothenate) 160mg
- Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine hydrochloride) 7.5mg
- Vitamine B9 (Folic acid) 28mg
- Vitamin B12 (Cyanacobalamin) 0.81mg
- Vitamin E 2.2g
- Citrate (Buffer) 2g
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
- In performance horses: Give 30mL (half a syringe) after competition or after arriving home from the race. If given before a race or competition, please check with relevant authorities.
- Endurance exercise: 30-60mL can be administered directly over the tongue, during a ride or at check points, provided water is available or offered immediately. Give 60mL on completion of the event and 30mL on consecutive two mornings after the event.
- Travelling horses: Hot weather or long distances: 30mL-60mL over tongue with water provided 30-60 minutes prior to travel. Repeat every 3-4 hours during travelling and again on arrival as required.