Willie Mullins Irish Champion National Hunt Trainer
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Lady Carolyn Warren Highclere Stud
Dr. G. Knapp Owner of Monticule Farm with Mien, dam of Big Brown
A performance horse must consume enough vitamin E to support optimal muscular and neurological activity. It is also very beneficial to young rapidly growing foals, pregnant mares and stallions. Supplementation with Vitamin E 2000 is particularly important for horses with limited or no access to lush pastures.
- Horses in Training: Feed 50g per day
- Breeding Stock: Feed 50g per day
- Weanlings & Yearlings: Feed 25g per day
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