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Equimins L-Carnitine for Horses

  • Liquid » 1 litre Bottle £24.99

Equimins L-Carnitine improves performance & endurance and supports muscle fatigue. L-Carnitine is a naturally occurring nutrient found in animals and plants. Horses gain L-Carnitine through their diet or through the synthesis of amino acids. However, horses will not usually be able to replace the extensive losses of L-Carnitine which occur in heavy or fast work.

L-Carnitine plays an important role in energy metabolism. It carries Long chain fatty acids into mitochondria (the cell furnace) where they are converted into energy for muscle contraction.

L-Carnitine will help to release more energy during warm up, allows rapid recovery after hard work and prevents exhaustion.

Liquid Supplement

Store at 20 degrees C or lower.

Free from any prohibited substances.

Each 10 ml contains 2 g of pure L-Carnitine.

Directions for use:

  • Feed up to 80 ml per horse on the day of racing or other strenuous activity

Paste Supplement

Store in a cool dry place at 10 - 20 degrees C.

30ml syringe contains 6000mg L-Carnitine.

Directions for use:

  • Give 10ml orally 2-3 times weekly
  • Give a final measure 4-6 hours before hard work

Paste formulations of L-Carnitine allow for easy regular oral dosing without muscle tissue damage.

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L-Carnitine - suitable for metabolic syndrome

26th Feb 2018
michaela halpin

Could you advise whether this product is suitable for helping insulin resistance in equines?


  • Veterinary Advisor

As far as I am aware there are not any studies showing good evidence that L-Carnitine is beneficial to horses with Equine Metabolic Syndrome. That said, it would not do any harm if you wanted to try it.