Pure power, for explosive efforts.
Always give Superforce in addition to sufficient (at least 5 kg) hay. Daily amount per animal: For training and competition -0,800 kg per 100 kg live body weight For light work – 0.600 kg per 100 kg live body weight. At rest, these rations should be halved.
PUFFED GRAINS FOR INCREASED DIGESTIBILITY
By puffing grains we are able to improve the starch digestibility in the foregut from an average of 5-50% to 85-90%. These grains travel through the stomach and small intestine at a slower rate, allowing the digestive enzymes more time to act on the feed. More nutrients in the feed are released for the horse to absorb while avoiding any rapid releases of sugar and starch, which is critical for horses with metabolic issues.
SUGAR AND STARCH FOR EXPLOSIVE ENERGY
Non-structural carbohydrates (including starch and sugar) are broken down and absorbed in the small intestine, and then stored as glycogen in the muscles and liver. When a sport horse is asked to perform short intense efforts, this anaerobic activity will break down glycogen in the muscles into lactic acid. Superforce provides the horse with the energy he needs to perform well during the intensive efforts.
VITAMIN E AND SELENIUM
The combination of extra vitamin E and selenium in Superforce combats the formation of lactic acid and avoids muscle acidification. Sufficient selenium and vitamin E supplementation has been used to prevent muscle disorders (tying-up) in some horses.
Can I feed my jumper Superforce and if so, how much?
When a riding horse or a jumper reacts a tad too phlegmatically to Perfomix, Superforce can be included as part of ration. One good way is to substitute half of the ration with Superforce, from three days up to one week before a competition. In a matter of just a few days, this will cause the horse to start training with more vigor and without tiring quite as quickly. A usable standard is to substitute 1.5 to 2 kilos of regular rations with Superforce. This method achieves its peak effect after 3 to 5 weeks. Feeding horses that are not worked on a daily basis too much Superforce will prove detrimental. This may cause an overburdened liver, with the horse losing condition.
Can I feed a horse that is too thin Superforce?
Superforce is not the appropriate feed to make a horse gain weight. The right mix for this is a combination of Probreed and Top Action, because of the proper proportion of amino acids the two contain.
Can I feed a dressage horse that is required to perform upper-level work Superforce?
Endurix is the feed that is best suited for this purpose. The vitamin and fat content is more aligned to the demands made of a dressage horse. Superforce contains a high level of oats and, combined with a high fat content, this promotes the level of relaxation and calmness demanded of dressage horses. Superforce was developed to provide the horse with the energy boost required to perform at the height of its powers for just a brief period of time. Dressage, on the other hand, requires peak power over an extended time period. That is why including Endurix as part of the ration is better suited to achieve this.