Master King

Stamina for intense and prolonged activity

When to use this feed
  • Horses that are difficult to maintain in condition
  • Weight gain without added excitability
  • Build up and maintain body reserves ahead of high energy expenditure
  • Accompany sustained effort; eventing or endurance
The advantages of Master King ?
Scientifically proven benefits

Study presented at the Congress of ECEIM (European College of Equine Internal Medicine) in Hannover

« Master King feed is rich in fat and is very well tolerated by horses. This food prevents muscular accidents.»

Consult the study

Master King

Usage tips

In order that your horse benefits most from using MASTER KING we recommend that you start feeding it 3 months before the beginning of the season.

Weight gain without excitability

Building up and maintenance of body reserves to cope with energy expenditure

1kg or 2 litres per day for 3 to 4 months

Continue the distribution during the periods of energy expenditure

Preparation for breeding or sale 1kg or 2 litres per day for 3 to 4 months
Medium term energy expenditure for example eventing 3 to 5.5kg or 6 to 10 litres per day
Long term energy expenditure (endurance) Full ration

Feed as a replacement for the same quantity (in Kg) of the usual feed.  MASTER KING should be used as a supplement or replacement to the normal feed, in addition to forage.  If you are using it as a replacement, we recommend that you introduce MASTER KING gradually.


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


Wheat bran, Maize flakes, Dried alfalfa, Barley flakes, Rapeseed oil, Expanded barley, Rice bran, Calcium carbonate, Flaked peas, Salt, Cooked extruded linseed, Dried carrots, Di-calcium phosphate, Wheat germ, Brewer's yeast, 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 12 %
Crude fibre 8 %
Crude fats    10 %
Crude mineral material  7 %
Sodium 0.24 %
Starch 18 %

Technical Characteristics per Kg

Calcium 12 g
Phosphorus 6 g
Magnesium 2.6 g
Potassium 10.3 g
Digestible Nitrogen 83 g
Omega 3 10 g
Omega 6  28 g

Vitamins and Trace Elements per Kg

Vitamin A 15000 U.I. Folic acid 0.5 mg
Vitamin D3 2500 U.I. Choline chloride 201 mg
Vitamin E 450 mg Biotin 0.2 mg
Vitamin B1 11 mg Iron  104 mg
Vitamin B2 8 mg Copper  25 mg
Vitamin B6 8 mg Zinc 101 mg
Vitamin B12 0.03 mg Manganese 100 mg
Vitamin PP 21 mg Iodine 1.51 mg
Vitamin C 84 mg Cobalt 0.45 mg
Vitamin K3 0.9 mg Selenium 0.56 mg
Pantothenic acid 6.5 mg

Amino Acids per Kg

Lysine 4.4 g
Methionine + Cystine 4.1 g
Methionine 1.9 g
Threonine 3.9 g
Tryptophan 1.5 g
Leucine 8.2 g
Arginine 6.6 g
Isoleucine 4.2 g
Valine 5.5 g
Phenylalanine 4.9 g


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