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At MJEquine we pride ourselves in bringing together superior equestrian products for both the horse and rider.

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Our horse grooming products offers everything you need to keep your horse/horses looking there best.

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Vitamins

Thiamine B1

Thiamine B1 is produced in the horse’s gut as well as being available in the horse’s diet and is involved in the enzyme system that releases energy from stored carbohydrates. A lack of Thiamine B1 can cause a loss of appetite and reduced energy and in these circumstances it may be necessary to feed Thiamine B1.

3.8ltr (4 month supply)

Vitamin E & Selenium

Vitamin E has antioxidant properties and Selenium is vital for the maintenance of normal muscle tissue and maintaining the stability of red blood cells and the vascular system. A deficiency in Vitamin E or Selenium can result in muscle weakness and poor performance. An excess of Selenium is toxic, so supplementation should be considered carefully and the total percentage available in the daily diet should be noted.

908g (64 day supply)
Vitamin C

Vitamin C is involved in the transfer of iron and is vital to the normal formation of collagen, an essential structure of skin and connective tissue. Horses synthesise their own vitamin C and this, along with vitamin C gained through green leafy forage, is normally considered sufficient. However, your veterinary surgeon will be able to advise if additional vitamin C is necessary.

908g (64 day supply)
Copper-Plus

Copper aids in the absorption and utilisation of iron, for blood cell production and is necessary for several enzymes involved in vital processes, as well as regulating the normal pigmentation of hair.

908g (45 day supply)

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Vitamin E & Selenium

Vitamin E has antioxidant properties and Selenium is vital for the maintenance of normal muscle tissue and maintaining the stability of red blood cells and the vascular system. A deficiency in Vitamin E or Selenium can result in muscle weakness and poor performance. An excess of Selenium is toxic, so supplementation should be considered carefully and the total percentage available in the daily diet should be noted.

908g (64 day supply)
Vitamin C

Vitamin C is involved in the transfer of iron and is vital to the normal formation of collagen, an essential structure of skin and connective tissue. Horses synthesise their own vitamin C and this, along with vitamin C gained through green leafy forage, is normally considered sufficient. However, your veterinary surgeon will be able to advise if additional vitamin C is necessary.

908g (64 day supply)
Copper-Plus

Copper aids in the absorption and utilisation of iron, for blood cell production and is necessary for several enzymes involved in vital processes, as well as regulating the normal pigmentation of hair.

908g (45 day supply)