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  • Detox

    Ihr Pferd ist ein Athlet: für den Erfolg ist Ruhe von entscheidender

    Cavalor Detox

    Athleten müssen ab und zu vollständig zur Ruhe kommen und sich erholen. Nach einer Spitzenleitung oder anstrengenden Saison nehmen sie sich gezielt eine Auszeit, um ihren Körper wieder ins Gleichgewicht zu bringen. Auch Ihr Pferd braucht unbedingt jedes Jahr eine solche Auszeit, denn heutzutage sind die wettkampffreien Wochenenden an den Fingern einer Hand abzuzählen. Eine gefährliche Entwicklung, vor allem wenn Sie nur ein Pferd oder paar wenige Pferde haben. Sie das ganze Jahr über in Topform zu halten, ist nahezu unmöglich, denn wenn ein Pferd ständig „gepusht“ wird, führt dies oft zu Ermüdungserscheinungen und ihr Leistungsvermögen nimmt ab.

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  • Testimonial

    Cavalor Hepato Liq
    Cavalor WholeGain

     

    So people who know me, know that I am my own worst customer when it comes to trying new things, I certainly don't want someone else telling me anything about my horses or what I could do better. When I first started feeding Cavalor 5 or so years ago I brought horses in every morning expecting my miracle and wondering why it was taking so long to see change, well that theory is like watching grass grown, better to trust that it's growing and check on weekly, not daily! This has come in handy for me when I meet opposition in regards to Cavalor in the horse world.

    Cavalor Whole Gain... So why do i need a fat supplement when I am already feeding Cavalor, my horses get Hepato liq twice a year, Muscle Force twice a year, they are wormed properly and I don't want to add one more thing to my feed room.  With much hesitation I try it on two horses, one is a 17.2 hand TB that I am trying to make the next love of my life and another is polo TB mare that we think we can sell for 100K but she is a tough keeper, even with all of my Cavalor tricks. Two weeks later I am still feeding 1 Cavalor scoop/day of Whole Gain, kind of grumbling at it because I am not seeing the results I had hoped. Being the die hard Cavalor customer that I am, I bought a few more bags and kept going.  Well, day 16 I brought the horses in and holy cow, did their necks look amazing, full and muscular. They looked pretty good before and now their withers are bulky, and I thought....there it is, that's why we need Cavalor WholeGain. I am currently feeding 24 TB's and one mini and 5 of them are getting Cavalor WholeGain, I almost think it works better then Cavalor Muscle Force in TB's. I am still waiting to see their butt's fill out a bit more but TB's are tricky and slow to make bodily changes in terms of weight gain, they lose weight in about 10 seconds.

     

    My point here is that as usual, Cavalor has come out with a superior product and because Cavalor is high end, people expect immediate results and miracles, this test just reminded me that it doesn't matter how much a product costs or how much resistance is met, when people have patience and trust in a company it usually works out for their benefit.

    Libby Cifuni - KY, USA

     


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  • In the picture

    Now go win


    I want a fit horse at the starting line. How can I offer my horse the maximum nutritional support? It has happened to all of us at some time: months of preparation for that really crucial competition and the day has finally arrived. The tack is clean and shiny, you have had a good night's sleep, and your horse is well trained... In other words, let the battle commence. But just when a performance peak is required, your horse feels under the weather. What now? Various reasons may make your horse feel stiff or less than 100% fit. The best known cause is muscle fatigue. Lactic acid is traditionally seen as the “culprit” of this type of fatigue. But is accumulation of lactate effectively the culprit? And is it the only cause of fatigue and acidification?

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