Intelligent Performance

Intelligent Performance

A complimentary supplement for horses

Purpose (indications for use)

A Peak Performance Product for competition horses. A supplement to be given to all competition horses especially endurance and sprint horses as part of their daily diet to improve performance.

Benefits & features

This product Improves and extends peak performance by providing energy directly to the skeletal muscles, thus supplementing and extending the muscle glycogen reserves. It also avoids loading liver with fat subsequent to absorption. It reduces the buildup of muscle and blood lactic acid, extending the normal level of blood glucose in trained sprint horses. In endurance horses it greatly extends normal blood glucose during a ride and so extends their time to exhaustion.

Directions for use
1) Horses not presently receiving an oily supplement should be offered Intelligent Performance in their diet from 6-10 weeks before hard work and then throughout their hard work period, until the end of the season.

2) Horses not yet receiving a supplementary oily product, but given a normal coarse feed and roughage that has a total feed fat content of 3% to 4% (including the roughage), should be individually given Intelligent Performance at the rate of 6% of their total diet when eventually they are in full work.

3) When Intelligent Performance is first introduced give 80 – 100g per feed in those given three meals daily (250-300g/day). The amount should be gradually increased over the next 3-4 weeks to reach the peak, as their work load increases. During this time muscle enzymes adapt to use of Intelligent Performance.

4) Thus, for horses in full work receiving 11kg to 12kg total feed, this peak would amount to 650-700g Intelligent Performance /day, or 230 g of Intelligent Performance per feed in those fed three times daily.

Storage of product

Always store Intelligent Performance Supplement with the lid sealed and raised off the floor and out of direct sunlight in a cool dry store room, free from fluctuating temperatures and rodent, bird and insect infestation.