CAVALOR® POW’RED PERFORMANCE
Special traces of iron and additional nutrients needed for top performance
Indication for use
Cavalor Pow’red Performance is given as a supplement to the normal ration to performance horses in training and during the competition season when there is an increased need for direct available energy. Condition, training and nutrition are basic elements for proper performance, but true perfection comes from nutritional elements for top performance that are available at the right time. Cavalor Pow’red Performance supplies the additional nutrients that active top performers need. As such, it is a truly complete, very easily absorbable supplement to the daily ration. It is a perfect way to get your horse in good condition at the beginning of the competition season but also during and at the end of the competition season, when the horse may be have challenges maintaining its condition. Cavalor Pow’red Performance is used by top competition horses in various disciplines such as show jumping, dressage, trotting/racing, three-day events, endurance, four-in-hand, etc.
This liquid feed enrichment contains carefully selected, energy-oriented vitamins. Cavalor Pow´Red Performance contains vitamins A, D3, B1, B2, B3, B6, B12, E, C; folic acid and choline, and trace elements: iron, copper, zinc, manganese, cobalt, selenium, calcium, phosphorus. The effect of Cavalor Pow’red Performance is mainly due to the precise composition and ratios of the ingredients used. In addition to the exceptional content of B vitamins, Cavalor Pow’red Performance contains high-quality vitamin C and very special traces of iron that effectively increase the number of red blood cells (the oxygen carriers) in a natural way. This avoids the feared side-effect of random iron elements, which can lead to an excessive number of freely circulating iron constituents (causing intoxication, e.g. oxidation of muscle cells). Cavalor Pow’red Performance produces quickly noticeable results and contains no prohibited substances.
– Foals and ponies: 25 ml per animal per day
– Young horses: 25 ml per animal per day
– Adult horses: 50 ml per animal per day
– Horses in training: 50 ml per animal per day
– Horses during the competition season: 50 ml per animal per day
Maximum dose: 100 ml per animal per day