Chance Muscles

The grace and strenght of the horse’s movements are guaranteed by all muscles, and the care of these must be ensured with an integration that act on several levels, promoting the efficiency of the system. During physical activity, the muscular system must work as best it can, in fact even the slightest unforeseen event can compromise sport performance.

Muscles (Muscoli)

Concentrate of proteins, energy and amino acids studied for the maintenance and strengthening of the muscles.

Dried Egg Products, Baker's yeast from Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Bovine Colostrum, Methyl sulfonyl methane, Sucrose.
Analytical components % on wet basis: Raw Protein 70.00% - Raw Fiber 0.01% - Raw Fat 2.80% - Raw Ash 11.90% - Sodium 0.20%.

Vitamins, pro-vitamins
Betaine hydrochloride 10,000.00 mg
Biotin 200.00 mg
L-Carnitine 5,000.00 mg
Choline chloride 6,750.00 mg
Niacinamide 2,000.00 mg
Vitamin B1 1,078.00 mg
Vitamin B12 4.00 mg
Vitamin B6 900.00 mg
Vitamin C 10,000.00 mg
Vitamin E 5,000.00 mg

Oligo elements
Copper (Copper dichloride trihydroxide) 324.00 mg
Iron (Iron-II chelate of glycine hydrate) 1,000.00 mg

Amino acids
Lysine monochloride 100,100.00 mg
DL-Methionine 40,000.00 mg
L-Isoleucine 30,000.00 mg
L-Leucine 60,000.00 mg
L-Threonine 65,000.00 mg
L-Valine 30,000.00 mg

Flavorings compound
Taurine 2,250.00 mg
Glycine 67,400.00 mg

  • The BCAAs, Leucine, Isoleucine and Valine, are structural components of the muscles, and thanks to their metabolic function, they slow down the symptoms of fatigue during exercise
  • Egg flour contains highly bioavailable proteins
  • Colostrum is a high source of protein, an important component of the muscles
  • Saccharomyces cerevisiae keep the intestinal microbiota healthy and efficient and contribute to a correct protein intake
  • Lysine supports the development and maintenance of muscles and bones
  • Choline chloride and Niacinamide improve liver efficiency, as they allow right assimilation of lipids, proteins and carbohydrates
  • Threonine is actively involved in the energy cycle by promoting the production of ATP, one of the key metabolism molecules
  • Methyl sulfonyl methane, a source of sulfur, supports the integrity of the cartilages, stressed during physical exertion
  • Vitamin E and Vitamin C have a strong antioxidant action, fighting against the presence of free radicals
  • Glycine is a structural component of collagen, also thanks to its buffering effect, and helps the balance of the acid-base ratio

Administer 50 grams/head/day.
1 measuring cup corresponds to about 30 grams.

Tin 1 Kg
Bucket 3.5 Kg