Cool Command® Senior Horse by Hubbard is a higher fat complete feed intended for senior horses with dental issues or joint health concerns. It contains 14% protein and 8% fat, with added MSM, chondroitin sulfate and glucosamine.
|Cavalor OilMega keeps your horse healthy inside and out. OilMega contains omega-3, omega-6, and omega-9 fatty acids combined with natural antibiotics for healthy gut flora and extra support for the immune system.||Cavalor Gastro Aid creates a healthy environment in the stomach by neutralising gastric acid and protecting the stomach wall. A horse’s stomach produces acid continuously, making it very susceptible to developing wounds or sores.||The competition season can put strain on your horse. Hard work and performance causes the body to produce more waste products. Supporting the liver and kidneys helps your horse to break down these substances better.|
Cool Command® Senior Horse Feed – easy-to-chew senior horse feed with joint health support and high-fat.
A high-fat senior horse feed with glucosamine, chondroitin and MSM (organic sulfur) in an easy-to-chew formula.
Cool Command Senior horse feed is the best horse feed recommended for:
- Horses who have trouble maintaining weight and consuming the required calories without additional starches or sugars.
- Horses with discomfort during activity who require a maintenance amount of joint health support.
- Horses with damaged or worn teeth who cannot consume adequate forage.
- Horses 15+ years of age – horse 15 years of age are generally considered senior horses.
|Cavalor OilMega keeps your horse healthy inside and out. OilMega contains omega-3, omega-6, and omega-9 fatty acids combined with natural antibiotics for healthy gut flora and extra support for the immune system.
It gives your horse a shiny coat, healthy gut flora, and stronger natural defences.
A high-fat diet can also improve athletic performance. Energy from fat can have a beneficial effect on energy supply for horses performing endurance work or on behaviour in “hyperactive” horses.
Fat has a high energy density – horses don’t get “hot” as quickly as they do with some cereals.|