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The Ultimate Performance and Recovery Combo

The Ultimate Performance and Recovery Combo

A good daily feeding routine is important, but it can also be helpful to support your horse directly before and after exercise. Prepare and recover in two easy steps with Foran Equine’s competition supplement pack: 

PRE-FUEL GEL – Rapid energy paste with essential branch chain amino acids (BCAAs) to maximise athletic performance 

REFUEL GEL – Concentrated electrolyte gel with added B vitamins and antioxidants for optimum recovery 


Pre-Fuel Gel 

Pre-Fuel answers all the calls for a muscle and energy supplement for horses. This easy to dose syringe supports your horse with hydrolysed protein, antioxidants, and key vitamins and minerals to provide rapid energy and amino acids, including BCAAs, to maximise athletic performance. For best results use 1-2 hours prior to competition for horses that tire easily require an energy boost, or when significant athletic effort is required in one day.  

Refuel Gel 

The sooner you can rehydrate your horse and replenish the electrolytes lost through sweating the better as this will have a direct impact on your horse’s recovery time. Find out more about electrolytes here. Refuel Gel given after hard exertion will provide your horse with key electrolytes which are naturally low in an equine diet. It also contains B vitamins to promote appetite and antioxidants to target muscle repair.  

This is a must-have recovery supplement for horses that are slow to come back to themselves after competition, horses competing at multiple day events, and those that suffer with reduced appetites following hard work. Refuel Gel is available in a convenient syringe form so it can be administered with minimal fuss once your horse has been offered drinking water and has fully cooled down.  

For further advice on supporting your horse for competition contact our expert team. 

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