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Horse First Exselent E for Horses

  • 1kg Tub £29.99
  • 3kg Tub £65.99
  • 10kg Tub £188.49

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Horse First Exselent E is a supplement for supporting the maintenance of muscle tissues and promoting performance. The formula contains a potent blend of ingredients, including Vitamin E and selenium, which may help support a healthy body and support the strength and integrity of muscles during work.

What to look for:

  • When your horse feels stiff during work,finding it hard to turn, resisting flextion, not stretching as normal
  • When you feel that you are getting less follow through in walk,trot and canter
  • Short of stride while jumping and finding long distances difficult in combinations
  • When grooming you feel the muscle in the neck area and hind quarters hard to the touch

Contents per kg:

  • Vitamin E - 50,000IU
  • Chelated selenium - 10mg
  • Lysine - 100,000mg
  • Vitamin C - 40,000mg

Additional Information

FEI/Jockey Club Legal? Yes

How long will it last? (average size

horse at maintenance rate)

Approx 30 days (1kg)

Approx 90 days (3kg)

Approx 300 days (10kg)

Average cost per day? (Approx)

72p (1kg)

55p (3kg)

50p (10kg)

Suitable for use during pregnancy? Yes

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Vitamin e for a possible wobbler

7th Aug 2017

Hi, I have a warmblood yearling who is showing signs of incoordination behind and the vet thinks he could be a possible wobbler. I've read online that vitamin e can help? Just wondering if you've heard this before and how much to feed etc. Many thanks katy

  • Veterinary Advisor

Therapeutic levels of vitamin E (3,000 – 5,000 IU per day) may be helpful in minimizing oxidative damage to the spinal cord. I am not sure in reality how helpful the Vitamin E will be but could be worth a try. I would suggest Gold Label Vitamin E. There are 500iu in a scoop. The therapeutic dose is high so you would need to feed 6-10 scoops a day to be worthwile.

Tieing up

8th Apr 2016
Louise Early
  • VioVet Customer Since: April 2016
  • From: County Tyrone, United Kingdom

Would this work for stiffness and a mare that has tied up once. There are to meny to choose from.

  • Non-Executive Director

This is a good supplement for you to try, though results will depend on exactly what has caused the symptoms you have noticed in the past. Causes can vary. You can give this product for a while and see how things go. It will not cause any trouble and has a reasonable chance of helping.