Supplements for Race Horse Training Performance and Recovery

Excel maximizes performance for all race types and breeds:

  • Flat Racing
  • Jumps
  • Steeplechase
  • National Hunt
  • Hurdling
  • Harness
  • Endurance
  • Thoroughbred
  • Arabian
  • American Quarter
  • Standardbred
  • Apaloosa
  • Paints
  • Trottingbred

Race horses are uniquely stressed by their daily regime of training, at an age when their muscle strength and skeletal soundness are still growing and developing. To give your equine athlete the best chance of health and success, proper nutrition and supplementation are absolutely essential.

The difference between winning, placing or falling short is measured in fractions of a second. After an enormous investment of time and training, your horse gets one chance to bring home the prize.

You need the very best supplementation to support strong, resilient muscles, and durable joints and tendons. Managing energy level is one of the key ingredients to a successful training regime. Top nutritionists agree that fatty acids are a highly effective source of energy for horses, dramatically outperforming carbohydrates.

Proper nutrition provides the best opportunity to develop the speed, endurance and durability you need for victory. It’s also essential to maintaining overall health, including weight, digestion and a beautiful coat.

Naturally high in Omega-3 fatty acids (FAs) and rich with Vitamin E, ExcelEQ delivers what race horses need to perform their best – time and again. Our formula is uniquely balanced for joint health, muscle maintenance and strong hooves, as well as digestive health and a strong immune systems.

  • Cool, clean-burning fuel for race day
  • Anti-inflammatories for a smooth and rapid recovery
  • Vitamins and nutrients to combat Exercise-Induced Pulmonary Hemorrhage.

The Excel Edge

  • A blend of all-natural, cold-pressed oils are unique among plant-based sources of Omega-3’s
  • 4:1 ratio of Omega-3 to Omega-6 FAs that offers for extra anti-inflammatory compounds
  • A Vitamin E antioxidant for stability and a longer shelf life than flax oil and other products
Like He's 10 Years Old Again
Buddy is my 24 year old quarter horse Arabian cross. I've had him on this stuff for a little bit now. Unfortunately his previous barn owner only gave it to him when she felt like it. So, I'm pretty sure he wasn't getting what he needed. But I must say the little he had been getting has been amazing. He was starting to get arthritis which was an initial reason I retired him. Today in my 6 years of owning him I seen this horse buck. Wasn't a huge one but it was a buck. I almost was in tears. His trot looked like that from a movie and he looked like he was 10 years old again. I love this stuff and I love the horse Buddy has become on it. With a new barn I can only imagine the future he is going to have. I'm so very excited! — Sydni Hodorff
Impressed Skeptic
OK I'll admit I was skeptical. My poor old guy Levi has terrible arthritis and none of the supplements I tried (and I tried them all!) seemed to work. To top it off he coliced badly this winter and ever since his appetite has been poor. He was in rough shape and quite frankly I was thinking we were done. But I thought I would give him one last try. Well just 3 weeks into this he is eating better, moving better, obviously less painful. I am very impressed! I know his days of WTC under saddle are over but I am hopeful maybe we can take a slow amble down the hayfield this summer. — Jill Janz
Benefited My Horse With Cushings
My mini mule, Bitsy, had a "crusty" neck for the last few years. I never had her tested for Cushings as she did not have any other symptoms. I have kept her off of grass and do not give her anything but good quality grass hay - no alfalfa. I put her on Excel EQ for the past couple of months -- and her crusty neck is almost gone! She is also starting to shed out now, in the past she would not shed until July. She has a shiny coat coming out under all that hair! Love this stuff!! My other 2 horses and my 2 dogs are also on Excel - and doing wonderfully. — Sharon Dean