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Kentucky Performance Endura-Max

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Product Summary:

Kentucky Performance Endura-Max™

Designed specifically for endurance horses, Endura-Max™ is an electrolyte supplement formulated to restore key electrolytes lost in sweat, including sodium, chloride, and potassium.

Features:

  • Concentrated formula designed specifically for endurance horses
  • Unlike other electrolytes, it also contains calcium and magnesium – minerals that may also be depleted in high levels in endurance horses
  • Contains little sugar – less than 15%
  • Easy to give – just mix into daily feed ration
  • Helps support normal hydration
  • Made in the U.S.A. 
Directions for Use:
For immediate oral supplementation, mix Endura-Max in a 60cc dose syringe with water or another carrier (such as applesauce or yogurt)

For preloading prior to a competition, mix Endura-Max with the grain portion of the diet or administer orally. In addition, horses should always have free-choice access to a salt block or loose salt and fresh clean water.
Feeding Directions:

The following are general guidelines. The actual amount of electrolyte supplementation needed will depend on the level of exercise, temperature, and humidity.

During Competition:
Because of the tremendous sweat loss during a race, an endurance horse should receive 2 oz the night before, 2 oz prior to starting, and 2 oz at every vet check.

Daily Supplementation:
Daily Supplementation of electrolytes to an endurance horse is discretionary. A normal maintenance intake for horses at rest in hot environments or those being transported in hot weather is 1 oz per day. Horses at moderate work levels should receive 2-3 ounces per day, and those in heavy training require 3-4 oz in separate feedings.

If a horse is unwilling to drink water, electrolytes should not be given without the supervision of a veterinarian.

Size: 5 lbs (80 oz)

Important Note:
Always provide horses receiving electrolyte supplementation with free-choice, clean water. Lack of adequate water in a diet supplemented with electrolytes may lead to dehydration and other serious metabolic disorders.
 
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E001590 14533-1 180434000064

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This is a very good electrolyte especially for the endurance athlete. Having the additional calcium and magnesium where others don't makes a big difference in the sport of endurance.
November 3, 2014
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Electrolytes is an important supplement to use when asking your equine to work hard, I have been using for years and get better recovery times. Highly recommended.
KATHLEEN M on Sep 3, 2015
Electrolytes is an important supplement to use when asking your equine to work hard, I have been using for years and get better recovery times. Highly recommended.
KATHLEEN M on Sep 3, 2015
Does this product contain artificial flavorings?
A shopper on Jul 7, 2016
Are electrolytes safe to administer for horses with ulcers?
A shopper on Jun 30, 2015
BEST ANSWER: This is a question best suited for your veterinarian.