Use this if:

  • you compete in endurance, polo, polocrosse, eventing, showjumping, etc.
  • your horse’s energy decreases over time.

Endurance Mix

A natural supplement with Ginseng, MSM, Lysine and Vitamin E for horses

A blend of herbs, vitamins and minerals formulated to nutritionally support endurance in horses competing in highly demanding sports.

A natural supplement with Kelp and Vitamin E for horses - Endurance Mix

 Endurance Mix contains:

  • Kelp
    Dried seaweed meal is a source of many vitamins, minerals and amino acids.
  • Full fat soya
    Soya is a high protein, high fat feedstuff. 
  • Spirulina
    Spirulina is a blue green algae. It is a source of amino acids, proteins, fats, vitamins and co-factors.
  • Siberian Ginseng
    Known as an adaptogen, is widely used in sports supplements for human athletes.
  • MSM
    MSM (Methylsulfonylmethane) helps maintain healthy joints and supports recovery from exercise.
  • Vitamin B1
    Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) is required for the horse’s body to manufacture ATP, the body’s energy carrying molecule.
  • L-Lysine
    L-Lysine is the ‘rate-limiting’ essential amino acid. This means it is more likely than any other amino acid to interrupt protein synthesis and thus stop muscle development.
  • Betaine
    Betaine (or Trimethylglycine) is an amino acid used in muscle development.
  • Vitamin E
    Vitamin E works together with Selenium – both are anti-oxidants. Vitamin E is not synthesized by the horse so it needs to come from its diet.
  • Magnesium
    Horses deficient in Magnesium can show signs of nervousness, excitability and muscle tremors.
  • Calcium
    Calcium is a mineral which, if deficient, can cause problems such as weak bones and menstrual problems.
  • Vitmain B12
    Vitamin B12 is an essential vitamin which is necessary for the normal function of nerve cells.
  • Selenium
    Selenium is an antioxidant mineral.
  • Folic acid
    Folic acid is essential for (amongst other things) the manufacture of red blood cells.

Analytical constituents:

  • Crude Protein (33%)
  • Crude Fibre (7.77%)
  • Crude Ash (4.7%)
  • Crude Oils and Fats (4.87%)
  • Moisture Content (11.8%)
  • Sulphur (2.76%)
  • L-Lysine (4000 mg/kg)
  • Magnesium, organic acid (20 mg/kg)

Directions:

Maintenance: One scoop per day (15g) mixed into the feed.
Competition: Two scoops per feed in up to 4 feeds per day. One 500g bag  will last one horse four weeks using  the maintenance amount.

Please take care:

  • Not for use in pregnant or lactating mares.
  • Do not use in conjunction with Digoxin, Ticlopidine or Warfarin.
  • This is a nutritional product and is not intended as a substitute for veterinary products or advice.
  • Discontinue immediately at any sign of an adverse reaction.

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13 Comments

  1. Zaahid
    14th June 2017 at 3:55 pm · Reply

    Hi can this product be mixed with other supplements such as Prosaic and Gcs joint supplement?

  2. Roelindi)
    4th March 2017 at 5:10 pm · Reply

    Hi there.

    Can I use Endurance mix and Herbal calm mix together??

    • Beryl Shuttleworth
      16th March 2017 at 10:27 am · Reply

      Hi Roelindi

      Yes, it is completely safe to use both products together. In fact, we have quite a few customers who use this particular combination – I think the prospect of a calm horse with stamina is very appealing!

  3. Hennie
    8th July 2012 at 8:31 pm · Reply

    2012 Fauresmith young rider winner!
    Best condition! Only supplement Endurance Mix!

  4. ozayr mota
    12th September 2011 at 9:40 am · Reply

    hi. i have put my twelve year old gelding on endurance mix.. it works wonderfully and is full of energy… a highly recommended product i must say!

  5. lez Chalklen
    5th May 2011 at 9:59 am · Reply

    Just as promised Adam and I entered Loskop 81.5 klm competitive on the 30th April and the GOOD NEWS is that he ran a Springbok qualifying time on a very difficult course he had plenty of running left in him on the last leg where we averaged 16.789 so I think I have finally got the receipt right good roughage good concentrate and HERBAL ENDURO MIX next Midvaal and on to the BIG ONE Fauresmith.

  6. lez Chalklen
    11th March 2011 at 2:42 pm · Reply

    hi just to let you know i will be using the endurance mix for the up coming tri nations in Alma beginning April and have started his preperation as part of the ERASA team so i will give you feed back when i am back

  7. Andre
    22nd September 2010 at 10:14 am · Reply

    The horse that is on the Endurance Mix is doing extremely well, won his last races, was awarded the best conditioned horse, which, as you know is the most sought after award at a ride.

  8. Fellow Endurance Rider
    23rd December 2009 at 2:34 pm · Reply

    I have to let other endurance riders know just how brilliant the Endurance Mix is! If you haven’t used it, do your horse a favour and put him on it immediately. Though I won’t get an opportunity to ride a ride this year we cover many miles on safari rides on our guest farm so training will go on in preparation for 2009 year when I shall have two entries. I cannot tell you what a huge difference the Endurance Mix makes to my already super fit little Boerperd. He is 17 years old and one would swear, when you see him train, he is no older than a 6 year old. When I started his endurance training he was not on the Endurance mix and he got pretty tired and took about 15-20 minutes to really recover to 45/46 heart rate. Then I put him onto the Endurance mix to try it out.( I have used all the others) Unbelievable. I could feel a difference in the second week. He was like a little racehorse without the dilly behaviour! (He is way to sensible for that!) I did a 24km training ride with 7km on gravel road at an average speed of 14km per hour and his recovery time was 8 minutes and the heart rate was 44. That was at the end of the second week using the Endurance Mix. That is results! He is pitch black in his winter coat and he now has wonderful black dapples all over him and shines like glass. He is a registered barefoot horse too and though he has excellent hooves they seem stronger (if that is possible) and our training rides are incredible. I have to hold him back to pace him, he just doesn’t run out of steam! I have used all the Herbal Horse supplement range on all my horses and I can honestly say there is no better product on the market.

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