Repetitive excessive sweating can also lead to de-mineralisation, depriving muscle, bone and cartilage of the invaluable materials necessary for after-exercise regeneration.
When horses are subjected to prolonged hard work during warm weather, they generate excess heat. This heat must be dissipated by sweating. If the work is particularly intensive, or the weather particularly warm, there may be a significant amount of body salts dissolved in the body fluids and thus lost through sweat.
- Can be given in drinking water or in feed
- A dietetic for horses
- Easy absorption
- To replace salts lost as a result of exertion and during hot weather
- Nutritionally balanced