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Endura-Max

This treatment applies to the following species:
Manufacturer: K.P.P.

Oral electrolyte for endurance horses

Formulated in conjunction with Dr. Jeannie Waldron

Endura-Max is an electrolyte supplement designed specifically for endurance horses. When endurance horses sweat, electrolyte reserves within the body are depleted. Because electrolyte balance is critical for maximal performance, replacement of lost electrolytes is imperative. Endura-Max is formulated to restore key electrolytes relinquished in sweat, including sodium, chloride, and potassium. Unlike other electrolytes, Endura-Max also contains calcium and magnesium, minerals that may also be depleted during exercise.

FEEDING DIRECTIONS:

For immediate oral supplementation, mix Endura-Max in a syringe with water or another carrier such as applesauce or yogurt. For preloading prior to the start of a competition, Endura-Max can be mixed with the grain portion of the diet or administered orally.

In addition, horses should always have free-choice access to a salt block, or loose salt, and fresh clean water.

The following are general guidelines. The degree of electrolyte supplementation will depend on the level of exercise and environmental conditions. A veterinarian should be consulted before giving electrolytes to a horse that is not willing to drink water.

DURING COMPETITION:

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

DAILY SUPPLEMENTATION:

Daily supplementation of electrolytes to an endurance horse is discretionary. Typically, a normal maintenance intake for horses at rest in hot environments or those being transported in hot weather is 1 ounce per day. Horses at moderate work levels should receive 2-3 ounces, and those in heavy training require 3-4 ounces per day. It is recommended to divide daily doses of 3-4 ounces into separate feedings. (1 scoop = 1 ounce)

GUARANTEED ANALYSIS

 

Per Ounce

Concentration

Calcium

Min. 754 mg

Min. 2.5%

Max 3%

Sodium

Min. 5,528 mg

Min. 19.5%

Chloride

Min. 11,886 mg

Min. 42%

Magnesium

Min. 153 mg

Min. 0.54%

Potassium

Min. 3,657 mg

Min. 12.9%

INGREDIENTS:

Salt (sodium chloride), potassium chloride, dextrose, calcium acetate, calcium carbonate, magnesium oxide, natural flavors.

Storage

Store in cool, dry place. Reseal lid during storage.

Guaranteed by: Kentucky Performance Products, LLC, P.O. Box 1013, Versailles, KY 40383

859-873-2974

Toll-free 800-772-1988

Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. EST

KPPusa.com

Net Wt.

 

5 lb (2.27 kg)

15-156

40 lb (18.14 kg)

15-156

NAC No.: 1079004.1

KENTUCKY PERFORMANCE PRODUCTS
P.O. BOX 1013, VERSAILLES, KY, 40383
Telephone:   859-873-2974
Order Desk:   800-772-1988
Fax:   859-873-1163
Website:   www.kppusa.com
Email:   info@kppusa.com
Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the Endura-Max information published above. However, it remains the responsibility of the readers to familiarize themselves with the product information contained on the US product label or package insert.

Copyright © 2016 North American Compendiums. Updated: 2016-10-31

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