Going for Gold Calmer
This really is the Gold standard of a calmer for difficult horses or training new racing horses - GOING FOR (the) GOLD Calmer!
Thiamine B1 is essential for carbohydrate digestion (i.e. grain) but more important for the clearing of lactic and pyruvic acid which accumulate in the blood leading to muscles cramps and pain.
Thiamine B1 is also critical for nerve transmissions to muscles (explosive starts from the race gate or over a 5-bar fence!).
Magnesium Citrate works to convert thiamine to its active form. It is also essential for the normal function of cells, nerves, muscles, bones, and heart without competition horse cannot function to their maximum ability.
Tryptophan is used in the manufacture of proteins (muscle) and the nerve transmitter serotonin.
- Calms difficult racehorses.
- Clears lactic and pyruvic acid.
- Greatly helps nerve transmission to muscles.
- Enables your racehorse to function at maximum ability.
INGREDIENTS (Alphabetical Order):
Calcium, Licorice, Magnesium Citrate, Omega-3 Oil, Thiamine B1, Tryptophan, Vitamin E,
DAILY FEED RATE (per 500 kg / 1100 lbs of body weight):
Feed 1-2 scoops (30-60 grams) daily, starting 3 days before an event or other stress.
Enclosed scoop is approximately 30 g.
FORMAT & COST PER DAY:
2 kg powder - $1.32 (lasting ~66 days)
last updated: 2019-12-18
key words: good as gold, going for the gold, thiamin