Equitop Myoplast is a dietary supplement geared at developing lean muscle mass in competition horses through a concentrated source of valuable nutrients. Pharmaceutical grade in a bio-available form, Equitop Myoplast is both safe and highly effective when used regularly. Sport and show horses, as well as young horses in training, can benefit from all Equitop has to offer, including its careful blend of iron and 18 essential amino acids (L-Lysine, L-Threonine, DL-Methionine and L-Tryptophan included) to reconstruct new muscle and condition existing tissue. Most of our customers report seeing a marked difference in their horses between 2-4 weeks and 93% would use Equitop Myoplast again.
Equitop Myoplast is supplied with a 25g scoop. The daily dose is one scoop per day for a horse under 500kg bodyweight, and 2 scoops for horses over 500kg. However it is safe to give a higher dose for horses during intensive training or competition. Always check with your vet if in doubt.
Results should be visible within 3-4 weeks.
|When will your horse get the most from Equitop Myoplast? |
- During periods of intensive training and competition
- When your horse is in training at the beginning of the season or when you are bringing horses in
- to work after a period of rest
- When you have a young horse entering training
- When you have an older horse finding it difficult to maintain condition
- When you have a broodmare with an increased need for protein
- During rehabilitation – when you do not want to increase the amount of calories, but want to maintain muscle condition
It is recommended that EQUITOP MYOPLAST is fed for at least a month initially. Results should be visible within 3-4 weeks, overall condition and muscle definition should improve with a reported increase in stamina and exercise tolerance.
How long will it last? Up to 60 days
Approximate cost per day Approx £1.44
Complies with Jockey Club/FEI rules? Yes
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Below are some recent questions we've received regarding Equitop Myoplast for Horses, including answers from our team.
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28th Dec 2017
Is this product safe to feed a horse with EMS and Cushings? What is the sugar content in one scoop?
It would be best to check with your own vet before adding anything to your horses diet. However the manufacturers suggest that Myoplast is safe to feed to horses with Cushings or EMS. It is primarily a protein supplement with only a very small amount of sugar so should not cause a problem.
21st Sep 2017
How does Equitop Myoplast fit in with the horse's general feed regime? Does it replace a feed balancer for example?
Myoplast is designed to be added to the main feed as an extra. It would be best to continue a balancer which will provide essential nutrients for general health where Myoplast is geared towards developing muscle.
Is this product FEI approved?
4th Aug 2017
VioVet Customer Since: August 2017
From: , United Kingdom
Is this product BE and FEI approved?
Yes this product is competition legal.
Amount of exercise
6th Nov 2016
VioVet Customer Since: September 2016
From: shropshire, United Kingdom
My mare has lost muscel due to been left to graze for 3years in field with no exercise by prev owners we have now bought her and has started work 1stly had to put her on diet now we have been hacking 4days a week for 20 minutes and 1day jumping lesson and she is competed and does 2classez at show should i be doing anything special to build up muscel i am giving her 1scoop of myoplast and 250g of mix 250g of allen and page calm and condition and supplements are flax oil and joint supplement
You are doing a lot of things right but if you are still struggling to get condition on her it is safe to increase the dose of myoplast to 2 scoops. You could also increase her calorie intake by giving a larger feed twice a day or feeding 3 times a day. Doing hill work with her whilst you are out hacking will help her to build up muscle along with pole and cavaletti work more than just jumping once a week... Other than that make sure she is up to date with worming and her teeth have been done.
Standing order possible
10th Feb 2016
Can I pay for equitop myoplast
can I pay for equitop myloplast by standing order please
You can set up a regular delivery using a credit or debit card. I would suggest you do this. You can choose whatever frequency of delivery you would like. Payment is taken at the time of each delivery from the card you choose.
Feeding to youngsters
30th Dec 2015
VioVet Customer Since: November 2013
From: Angus, United Kingdom
I have a pure breed Arabian 8 month old Colt foal and would this be safe to use on him and in what sort of dosage?
This product is perfectly safe for your horse and I would give the normal amount, which would be one scoop per day.
Equitop Myoplast for horses on box rest/coming back to work
26th Oct 2015
My pony has been given this by the vet to build her muscles up after six months books rest with a fractured Pidal bone only working her at walk and right now with the weather sometimes only twice a week will this product to be effective
Equitop Myoplast will be a brilliant product to feed your mare to help with muscle development. This product is like when athletes take protein shake to feed their muscles after training, Myoplast works in the same manor. It is made up of essential amino acids, any deficiency in these amino acids can limit protein production in the body.
Why would this be good for a horse coming back into work/on box rest? This is because protein is needed to repair body tissues and aid recovery. It also will stop too much muscle lose whilst your horse is not in work. It has a balance of nutrients of fibre, protein and carbohydrates, as well as vitamins and minerals. This will all help aid healing process by supporting muscle function, digestion, immunity and respiratory health. Myoplast is a non heating supplement, so should effect your horses mood, however if your horse is building muscle they are naturally going to feel stronger.
It is important to feed along side a high fibre and low starch diet, feeding concentrate feeds little and often. Also make sure your horse has plenty of high quality clean forage.
Equities Myoplast and Wheat Allergy
13th May 2015
My horse is allergic to wheat so has a diet of Alfa A, succulents, and a vitamin and mineral supplement. He is a (very) good doer, and is a dressage horse working at Advanced Medium level. I'm concerned that he isn't getting enough protein for the work that he is doing, but need to give him a supplement that won't put a lot of weight on him or trigger his wheat allergy! Is Equitop Myoplast suitable for him?
This should be the ideal product as long as your horse is just sensitive to wheat and is not affected by corn (maize). There is no wheat used in Myoplast but there is corn. He will probably be fine with it, but sometimes a horse can react to both these types of cereal. You would have to try a small amount to find out.
31st Mar 2015
Hi I have a grassroots Eventer who is TB x WB but is built like a TB. He is 16.3hh and looks lean but is not skinny(thin ) I have tried to build up his muscles by heavy road work and schooling but his backend still looks weak. My Physio says I should try this product. I would like to know is it safe to give if I compete affiliated? Thanks
Yes, it is a premium quality, 100% natural feed supplement derived from algae, certified “non doping” and can be used prior to, during and after competition or racing.
Can it be fed to yearlings and young stock?
There is no particular age of which you can introduce this product as long as they have been weaned.