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master ELYTE

Rehydration and recuperation after effort

When to use this feed
  • Horses in heavy and regular training
  • After each period of heavy sweating
  • Horses that do not drink enough
The advantages of master ELYTE ?
Scientifically proven benefits

Etude présentée au Congrès du CESMAS (Conference on Equine Sports Medicine and Science) à Oslo

« L’aliment Master Elyte augmente la consommation d’eau des chevaux, accélère la récupération en électrolytes et améliore la rétention d’eau dans l’organisme, cet aliment permet une meilleure réhydratation et récupération après l’effort. »

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Dr Julie Dauvillier
Veterinary advice

Docteur Julie Dauvillier, diplômée de l’ENVA, IPSAV, ACVIM, ECEIM

« Afin d’assurer un bon état d’hydratation au cheval en épreuve, deux points sont essentiels :
1. Au quotidien, choisir un aliment de qualité spécialement adapté au cheval de sport. […]
2. Prévoir un protocole de réhydratation/complémentation en électrolytes pour les situations particulières le nécessitant (longs transports, compétitions sur plusieurs jours, séjour en climat chaud, récupération post-cross..). »

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Master Elyte

Usage tips

During periods of heavy sweating

1kg or 2.5 litres during the recovery hour

Then 1kg or 2.5 litres during the feed that follows work.

Intense and repeated work

1kg or 2.5 litres during the recovery hour

Then 1kg or 2.5 litres during the feed that follows work.

During very hot weather

1kg or 2.5 litres every day

During transportation

1kg or 2.5 litres the day before travelling

1kg or 2.5 litres after travelling

Horses that do not drink enough

1kg or 2.5 litres every day.

Master Elyte should be fed as a supplement to feed and forage.

 

Quantities should be adjusted according to the weight, body condition, age, level of activity, breed of the horse, taking into consideration the nature, quality and quantity of forage available.

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Data sheet

Ingredients

Barley flakes, Wheat bran, Alfalfa high temperature dried, Maize flakes, Dried appel pomace, Puffed barley, Whey, Salt, Rapeseed oil, Cane sugar molasses, Di-calcium phosphate, Pea Flakes, Cooked extruded linseed, Sodium bicarbonate, Brewers’ yeast, Magnesium oxide, Dried carrots, Calcium carbonate, Linseed oil, Wheat germ, Oligofructose.

Doping Control Procedure

Manufactured according to our quality control procedures which include the risk management of contamination of our feeds by naturally occurring substances that are banned under the rules of racing and equestrian sports.

Composition Analysis

Crude proteins      10 %
Crude fiber 5 %
Crude fat 4.7 %
Crude mineral material           7 %
Sodium 1.3 %
Starke 24 %

Technical Characteristics per Kg

Calcium 15 g
Phosphorus 7 g
Magnesium 6.6 g
Potassium 7.4 g
Digestible Nitrogen 74 g
Omega 3 3 g
Omega 6  18 g

Vitamins and Trace Elements per Kg

Vitamin A 22900 U.I. Folic acid 0.8 mg
Vitamin D3 3800 U.I. Choline chloride 305 mg
Vitamin E 400 mg Biotin 0.3 mg
Vitamin B1 17 mg Iron 166 mg
Vitamin B2 12 mg Copper 45 mg
Vitamin B6 12 mg Zinc 182 mg
Vitamin B12 0.04 mg Manganese 153 mg
Vitamin PP 31 mg Iodine 2.3 mg
Vitamin C 113 mg Cobalt 0.69 mg
Vitamin K3 1.4 mg Selenium total 0.98 mg
Pantothenic acid 9.2 mg

Amino Acids per Kg
Lysine 3.7 g
Methionine + Cystine 3.9 g
Methionine 1.8 g
Threonine 3.4 g
Tryptophan 1.1 g
Leucine 7.8 g
Arginine 5.3 g
Isoleucine 3.5 g
Valine 4.6 g
Phenylalanine 4.2 g

Testimonials
rating Increased water consumption
Chaumeil c. on 2019-01-31 I use Master Elyte for my mare, who has never drunk much. Since she has started eating Master Elyte, the level of water in the bucket in my mare’s paddock goes down much more quickly.
rating Very practical
Adelaide S. on 2019-03-01 We use Master Elyte in competition, which is much more practical than putting a syringe in the horse’s mouth to give it a rehydratant.

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Expert advice

Julie Dauvillier's advices

« You can lead a horse to water but you can't make it drink. » *

Master Elyte Scientific study

During physical exertion, the body temperature rises and perspiration is triggered, leading to a loss of electrolytes.

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