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  • My Cavalor

    MyCavalor.com’ is a fast, user-friendly online resource that is as easy as 1,2,3. By asking some simple questions, MyCavalor.com will help calculate the appropriate ration for your horse in no time. Take charge and personalize your horse’s diet, because your horse is different and has different needs! For example, does he just need more energy, or should he be calmer? Find out how with MyCavalor.com.

  • Testimonial

    Cavalor Endurix
    Sabrina Frye, Cavalor Champion

    I have attached pics of my 13 year old APHA mare Bergen Bar Bunny aka Tiara before and after Cavalor Feed. If anyone ever doubts the impact Cavalor feed will have on your performance horse just take a look at the pics of my mare. Her before pic was taken during prime rodeo season so she was very fit. The after pic was just 30 days after starting Cavalor feed and as you can see she has more weight and muscle mass than she had even in the height of competition season. I had not changed anything in her routine other than the feed. I was able to discontinue feeding all supplements also. She has more muscle mass than she has ever had in the 10 years I have owned her. She is calm and ready to work every day. Thank you,Sabrina Frye

     

     


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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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