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Supplements October 18, 2020 07:11 PM

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Wanted to give a bit more info. My guy gets 4 pounds of grain a day. Free choice timothy hay. A scoop of Vitamin E & Selenium, a scoop of PureFlex, a scoop of VitaCalm, a scoop of Mare Magic and a cup and a half of hay pellets.
Supplements October 19, 2020 06:56 AM

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4 pounds per feeding or per the day total? And what grain exactly?
Supplements October 19, 2020 11:52 AM

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He gets 2lbs in the morning and 2lbs, it's a sweet feed. Oats, barley, alfalfa pellets, corn molasses and a few other things
Supplements October 19, 2020 11:59 AM

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I used to feed Tribute, but my neighbor gets the sweet feed mixed for her and her horses all have gorgeous shiny coats and a good weight, so I switch and everybody loves it.
Supplements October 19, 2020 12:02 PM

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I'll throw Empower into your list to look at here.
It's a fat supplement, but its done wonders for all the Arabs I've owned. Fantastic for their coats, great for muscle build, and doesn't take very much to do its job. Lots of big Arab show barns use it too.
Also, make sure you look into a vitamin balancer - if you feed primarily grass hay, do a grass balancer, if you feed primarily alfalfa hay, then an alfalfa balancer. Vitamin balancers provide much needed vitamins and amino acids that aren't in the horse's normal diet. This is CRAZY important for building topline. I'd highly recommend Assurance for the balancer if you can find a supplier!
If you have any more questions, feel free to message me. I've got lots of Arab experience :D

Edited at October 19, 2020 12:03 PM by Nippy Equine
Supplements October 19, 2020 08:19 PM

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IMO 2 lbs of grain per feeding really isn't all that much. I would advise you to look at the feed tag to see what the recommended serving is for your horse's weight, but your mix might not have that. An average size horse in moderate work on a typical senior or performance feed will need at least 3 lbs per feeding.
I also wouldn't recommend feeding sweet feed blends, like, ever, as in my experience they are all crap. But some people like them and that's a personal opinion of mine and theirs.
Supplements October 20, 2020 08:48 AM

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I would switch up his grain. 4 pounds per day is nothing when you weigh over 1000. He should be eating closer to double that if he's doing work and needs to put on weight. Dry pellets with 14 to 16% protein would probably be a good choice. In my opinion, timothy hay is awesome. All my animals love it. At my house, my horses just have hay, grain if they need it, and free choice minerals. The hay can be bermuda, prairie, mixed, or crab grass, which they also seem to really like. One problem that I see with a lot of the performance horses of my area is people trying to feed too many different things. Supplements help, but when they're eating 5 different supplements plus their hay and grain, the gut sometimes decides enough is enough and gets burnt up. Even with my beef show calves, who need to be huge and burly, all they ever get other than their hay, grain, and minerals is an appetite stimulant and cold rinses with the hose. A lady that I know plays polo professionally, and all her horses get is a mix of ground alfalfa and whole corn plus pasture in summer and hay in winter. They look fantastic. Half of them are ottbs and there's never a rib in sight on them. Plus, they have plenty of energy and love the feed.
Supplements October 20, 2020 09:58 AM

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I have 2 arabians and they get free choice hay, 1 pound of grain, .5 pounds calfmanna, 1 pound alflafa pellets and 1 pound beet pulp 2 xs a day. Calfmanna is amazing for helping a horse muscle up and can help with the topline.
Supplements October 20, 2020 11:01 AM

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Trost District said:
I would switch up his grain. 4 pounds per day is nothing when you weigh over 1000. He should be eating closer to double that if he's doing work and needs to put on weight. Dry pellets with 14 to 16% protein would probably be a good choice. In my opinion, timothy hay is awesome. All my animals love it. At my house, my horses just have hay, grain if they need it, and free choice minerals. The hay can be bermuda, prairie, mixed, or crab grass, which they also seem to really like. One problem that I see with a lot of the performance horses of my area is people trying to feed too many different things. Supplements help, but when they're eating 5 different supplements plus their hay and grain, the gut sometimes decides enough is enough and gets burnt up. Even with my beef show calves, who need to be huge and burly, all they ever get other than their hay, grain, and minerals is an appetite stimulant and cold rinses with the hose. A lady that I know plays polo professionally, and all her horses get is a mix of ground alfalfa and whole corn plus pasture in summer and hay in winter. They look fantastic. Half of them are ottbs and there's never a rib in sight on them. Plus, they have plenty of energy and love the feed.


My arab is 875 lbs. 14.1hh. 2 pounds of grain is plenty. He doesn't not need to out on weight either. You can't see his ribs, he's in great shape. I just want him to be a bit chunkier for winter. It's not necessary though. My guy isn't a high proformace show horse. Yes, I ride everyday but 80 percent if the time it's bareback in the field. He gets so bored of the arena, as do I.
Supplements October 20, 2020 11:04 AM

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That is one of the most recent pics of him.

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