NAF In the Pink Senior for Horses

NAF In the Pink Senior for Horses
900g Tub
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3.6kg Tub

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  • 900g Tub £31.23
  • 1.8kg Tub £37.84
  • 3.6kg Tub £65.99

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For all Old Age Performers, In the Pink Senior is specially formulated to meet all the nutritional requirements of the older horse and is designed to give him all the support he needs to stay active and feeling forever young. In the Pink Senior helps balance the diet and the digestive system, which enables the horse to maximise the value of his feed intake. It provides pre and probiotics for optimum support of the gut, and supplies all the vitamins and minerals required by the older horse for all round health. In the Pink Senior also supplies a unique combination of naturally sourced antioxidant ingredients to flush excess free radicals from the system, as well as providing nutrients to support joint health. Specially chosen herbs support a youthful spark. In the Pink Senior is recommended for all older horses and ponies, whether signs of age are obvious or not.

Additives (per kg)
Amino acids
DL-Methionine 3c301 3,370 mg
L-Lysine monohydrochloride 3.2.3 6,740 mg
Trace Elements
Calcium iodate, anhydrous 3b202 (20.8 mg) 13.4 mg Iodine
Copper (II) sulphate, pentahydrate 3b841 (12,300 mg) 3,120 mg Copper
Iron (II) sulphate, monohydrate 3b103 (6,740 mg) 2,020 mg Iron
Manganese (II) oxide 3b502 (2,340 mg) 1,350 mg Manganese
Selenised yeast inactivated 3b8.10 (2,340 mg) 5.39 mg Selenium
Zinc oxide 3b603 (3,740 mg) 2,700 mg Zinc
Biotin 3a880 21.50 mg
Calcium-D-pantothenate 3a841 336 mg
Choline chloride 3a890 1,350 mg
Folic acid 3a316 101 mg
Niacinamide 3a315 597 mg
Vitamin A 3a672a 202,000 I.U.
Vitamin B1 3a821 336 mg
Vitamin B12 2,240 ?g
Vitamin B2 225 mg
Vitamin B6 3a831 134 mg
Vitamin D3 3a671 33,700 I.U.
Vitamin E 3a700 14,000 I.U.
Vitamin K 3a711 114 mg
Digestibility Enhancer
Saccharomyces cerevisiae NCYCSc47 4b1702 2.97 x 1011 cfu
30g of in the Pink Senior provides:
Glucosamine sulphate 2KCl 1,000 mg
MSM 1,000 mg


Analytical Constituents
Crude protein 13.5%
Crude oils and fats 6.5%
Crude ash 21.3%
Crude fibre 4.7%
Acid insoluble Ash 5.1%
Sodium 0.6%
Wheat feed, Maize, Calcium carbonate, Brewers' yeast, Ginkgo leaves, Ginseng (Siberian), Glucosamine (from crustaceans) , Methyl sulphonyl methane, Dicalcium phosphate, Beetroot juice, Rapeseed oil, Maltodextrin, Whey protein powder, Sodium chloride, Fructo-oligosaccharides, Rosehip shells, Carrot (dried), Wheat protein, Whey powder, Magnesium oxide.

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Reviews (23)

Summary of Reviews for NAF In the Pink Senior for Horses

Overall 5
Ease Of Use
Value For Money
Absence Of Side Effects
23 out of 23 (100%) customers would recommend this product.
5 stars (20 reviews)
4 stars (3 reviews)
3 stars (0 reviews)
2 stars (0 reviews)
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55 Excellent purchase
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By on 14 December 2021

Quick delivery although came damaged so rang Viovet and sent pictures over email and they sorted me out with a replacement and it turned up in 24hours! very good service from Viovet and very good product from NAF!

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55 Excellent
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By on 23 September 2021

I have been using Pink powder for about 10 years because my horse had very loose poo and did so whenever I stopped it . He has been on the senior powder for the last 5 years. He is now 28 years old and I still ride him about 5 days a week competing in dressage and he still loves a gallop.

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55 Fantastic product
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By on 24 February 2021

Brilliant product, my horse suffers with his gut coming in for the winter and this does the job! Its fantastic!

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55 NAF Pink Senior
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By on 20 January 2021

Excellent product, helped my 31 year old warmblood put on weight and maintain condition

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45 NAF Pink Senior
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By on 25 December 2020

Seems to have helped my old horse's digestion and increased appetite. Larger and more complete droppings. Coat looking better too. Just trying to get a bit more weight on him.

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Q & A

Below are some recent questions we've received regarding NAF In the Pink Senior for Horses, including answers from our team.

28 December 2021 at 10:15am

Quantity of Pink senior required per horse?

Maggie Anderson

I have 2 tb seniors, aged 21, 16.2 and 17.2, they both live out but one of them does get "down" in the winter, looses condition and is generally a bit lackluster. My vet recommended Pink senior and I want to try it but don't want to fork out on a large one, which I would usually do, in case either of them (especially the big lad!) gets a bit too frisky, as one of your reviewers reported. Would the small tub provide enough for me to notice a difference for the 2 of them before I invest in the largest tub?

  • VioVet Staff

The feeding instructions for this product are as follows. Based on this information your horses will need 90g per day at maintenance dosing, so the small tub should provide enough for a 5 day course for both horses. This may not be enough to determine it is helping. It can take weeks to work out if a product is helping, in general it is worth trying for 6 to 8 weeks of a supplement before ruling it out as not appropriate. There is no harm buying a medium sized tub (1.8kg) which will provide enough for a 10 day course for both horses though, if this is all you can afford. You may see positive results this quickly.

| Add to daily feed when the diet of the older horse needs balancing with micronutrients. Includes key gut, joint and herbal support to maintain condition, mobility, vitality and ‘spark’ in older horses and ponies. |
| Horses | g per day | scoops per day |
| Concentrated use | 40 | 4 |
| Maintenance | 30 | 3 |
| Ponies | | |
| Concentrated use | 30 | 3 |
| Maintenance | 20 | 2 |

20 October 2021 at 10:39am

Suitable for horse with EMS

Fiona Davison

  • VioVet customer since 2014
  • From: Tyne and Wear, United Kingdom

Hi my 17 year old highland practically lives on fresh air he has EMS and is currently out of work due to a ligament issue so keeping weight off is extremely difficult. He had a bit of a stressy tummy recently after being on box rest and thought this might be good for him to get him back on track. Would it be okay to give him this please? He gets soaked hay and 2 small feeds per day of top chop zero and thunderbrooks organic meadow nuts so he can have his joint supplement and lamialert. Thanks

  • VioVet Staff

A probiotic supplement is a good idea for most horses, particularly those having had a period of box rest. It is not particularly high in starch/sugar so should not cause weight gain in your horse.

28 August 2020 at 12:23pm

Would this be suitable for a 25 year old horse in work who has Cushings?

Theresa Vibert

  • VioVet customer since 2014
  • From: West Sussex, United Kingdom

Looking for extra weight gain for my old boy as he is dropping off. He has Cushings and is on a large feed of Mollicalmer, Readigrass, Cushcare, Speedibeet and some Pegasus nuts.
Would this help gain weight?

  • VioVet Staff

Yes this supplement is safe for use in a Cushingoid horse on the diet you suggest. Generally you want to avoid excess sugar in cushingoid horses as diabetes can be a complication of the disease. The product will help provide the right nutrients for normal body and gut function which can help with weight gain. However it is not a weight building supplement and so it is not guaranteed to do this. Unfortunately weight building supplements often contain high sugar levels as this helps with weight gain, so you are unlikely to find an appropriate supplement aimed mainly at weight building for a Cushingoid horse.

16 April 2018 at 6:59pm

Comparison with NAF Biotics

Amy worboys

Does this product contain the same probiotics and prebiotics as the NAF Biotics supplement please? I have had good results from the Biotics supplement but this one appears to also have vitamins and minerals in it. My 24 year old pony has cushings disease and had a gut operation 4 years ago so is sensitive to changes etc but is in good health.

  • VioVet Staff

In the Pink Senior would be an ideal supplement for your pony. It contains many of the same pro and prebiotics as the Biotics supplement but is an advanced formula providing extra antioxidants, vitamins and minerals helpful to older horses and ponies.

29 January 2017 at 7:05pm

Can this product help with runny bottoms

Tracey Doolan

My mare always gets a runny bum when on haylege. She is part of a herd and they all have our own haylege. She won't eat hay and loves the haylege. Her stools are normal just when has wind she leaks fluid.
I've been advised pink powder senior would help. Do have to be careful with what I give her as she has had a serious bout of colic and also suffers from Azortoria. She's a retired 23 yr old Welsh cob. Thanks

  • VioVet Staff

A probiotic such as this would be ideal for your mare and may well help. It is perfectly safe to give to her considering her tendency to colic and in fact may help to prevent further episodes by maintaining a healthy gut. It is also unlikely to cause her to tie up so I would give it a try.

15 December 2016 at 5:24pm

Struggling with weight , does it help?


does it help put on weight? my 16 year old warmblood struggles to put on weight over winter and I'm not sure what to put her on to boost her weight as she already has peas and other fat boosting foods

  • VioVet Staff

NAF in the pink for senior horses is not a product which aims to put on weight, it is formulated to maintain and help normal gut function. It should be used alongside build up type feeds if weight gain is desired. What you use to put on weight will depend on the type and use of a horse. For example some feeds designed to be high calorie will make a horse 'fizzy' which is undesirable if you want to go for a quiet hack. It is always worth getting a feed company nutritionist to come up with a specific diet for you horse. This is a free service offered by the feed companies (the phone numbers being on their websites or on the back of a feed bag) but it means sticking to their products but I don't see this as a big issue as most of the big companies are very good and have similar products. I have an ex racer who struggles to maintain weight in the winter months due to increased work levels and colder weather (don't forget horses use a lot of energy to keep warm so rugging up well helps) he is on Dobson and Horrell High calorie Alfa alfa, Staypower cubes and Build and Glow. Adding a small amount of soya or corn oil can add calories but is generally not very palatable.

28 March 2016 at 1:10pm


Jayne Godwin

  • VioVet customer since 2014
  • From: Lancashire, United Kingdom

Is this safe to feed an elderly laminitic pony


  • VioVet Staff

The mixture of ingredients in this product should be perfectly safe for older ponies and for individuals prone to laminitis. It is certainly OK to give to your pony.

3 March 2015 at 8:55pm



hi, is naf pink powder senior safe to use with pregnant mares?

thanks you

  • VioVet Staff

It is absolutely fine to feed this to pregnant mares and will help to provide them with a balance of vitamins and minerals throughout their pregnancy.

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