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Equimins Vitamin E & Selenium for Horses

  • Liquid » 1 litre Bottle £11.92
  • Powder » 1.5kg Tub £15.76
  • Powder » 3kg Tub £28.91

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Equimins Vitamin E & Selenium supplement contains Vitamin E at 50,000 mg/kg and organic selenium at 25 mg/kg for horses in serious training. It will help to provide an increased amount of oxygen to the lungs after strenuous exercise. It will also help eradicate free radicals because of its anti oxidant qualities. A very advanced form of selenium is used in this supplement in the form of selenomethionine. It is very much more digestible for a horse than ordinary sodium selenite, and makes a big difference to muscle function.

Recommended Storage temperature : 10 - 20 degrees C.

Always replace lid after use.

Free from any prohibited substances as defined under Jockey Club and FEI rules.


Analysis Per kg Per 25 g Per 50 g
Vitamin E 50,000 iu 1250 iu 2500 iu
Selenium 25 mg 0.625 mg 1.25 mg
Lysine 80,000 mg 2000 mg 4000 mg

Amino Acids

  • Alanine
  • Arganine
  • Cystine
  • Isolucine
  • Phenylalanine
  • Serine
  • Valine
  • Aspartic acid
  • Glutamic acid
  • Histidine
  • Leucine
  • methionine
  • proline
  • Tyrosine
  • Threonine
  • Tryptophan.

Feeding Directions

  • Feed two measures per day (approx 50 grams)

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9th Sep 2016
  • VioVet Customer Since: March 2016
  • From: Warwickshire, United Kingdom

Hi I have a yearling filly that has grown quite tall but narrow, I watched her in the field the other day and was a bit concerned about her coordination ( warbler??). I have brought her in to limit excercise and was wondering if this is a good or the most suitable supplement to maybe help her?
Thank you

  • Veterinary Surgeon

If your filly is on a good balanced diet then she should be getting enough Vit E and Selenium in her diet. However, if you think she could be deficient I would start her on this supplement straight away and get your vet to examine her as soon as possible. In a quick growing, big filly Wobbler syndrome is probably more likely than a vit e deficiency. I would again get your vet to examine her. An x-ray of her neck may be required as part of the investigation.

Junior stallion

7th Feb 2016
Liz Bradley
  • VioVet Customer Since: March 2013
  • From: Greater Manchester, United Kingdom

I'm thinking of feeding this to help a young stallion cope with covering mares in his first season, do you think it will help? Thanks

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

It is difficult to say how useful this will be for your individual horse. If your stallion's diet is at all deficient in either of these nutrients, then this supplement could make a huge difference. If the diet is fully adequate in this regard then this supplement will provide an extra anti-oxidant effect but probably nothing else. The benefits of anti-oxidants are genuine but difficult to quantify, so I am not sure how much you will notice from one day to the next. Generally with this sort of thing my advice is that where the supplement is safe and not going to cause any harm, you have to try it and judge the results for yourself. Do not give more than the recommended amount if you do try it.