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Blue Chip Pro Feed Bal­ancer is for­mu­lated for fit per­for­mance horses and ponies and is proven to be the per­fect op­tion for those train­ing and com­pet­ing above novice level. Pro Bal­ancer con­tains an el­e­vated level of vi­ta­mins, min­er­als and nu­tri­ents to en­sure op­ti­mum con­di­tion and cor­rect meta­bolic and im­mune func­tion. It in­cludes the power of Re­ju­ve­nate, a blood build­ing for­mula de­signed to in­crease red blood cell pro­duc­tion and im­prove fit­ness, stamina and re­cov­ery rates.


Blue Chip Orig­i­nal Feed Bal­ancer is high in oil and per­fect for main­tain­ing topline, con­di­tion and well­be­ing. It pro­vides bal­anced amounts of vi­ta­mins, min­er­als and nu­tri­ents in a nat­u­ral, whole ce­real and mo­lasses-mo­lasses­free for­mula. Blue Chip Orig­i­nal also in­cludes a high-qual­ity pro­bi­otic di­ges­tive sup­ple­ment with nu­cleo­tides to help cre­ate a healthy gut en­vi­ron­ment, in­creas­ing the ef­fi­ciency of nu­tri­ent ab­sorp­tion and fi­bre di­gestibil­ity by up to 100%.


Blue Chip Su­per Con­cen­trated Ulsa-Cool Feed Bal­ancer helps to main­tain acid bal­ance in the gut and helps keep the stom­ach fuller for longer. If you sus­pect your com­pe­ti­tion horse is prone to gas­tric ul­cers, Ulsa-Cool in­cor­po­rates an acid buf­fer de­rived from ma­rine min­er­als to nat­u­rally bal­ance pH in the gut by slowly re­leas­ing cal­cium, mag­ne­sium and sil­i­con. Polysac­cha­rides sup­port im­mune re­sponse and coat the stom­ach lin­ing with a pro­tec­tive layer, while mint aid­saids good diges­tion.


Blue Chip Su­per Con­cen­trated Calm­ing Bal­ancer will al­low you to en­joy com­pet­ing your horse at his best. This best-sell­ing calm­ing bal­ancer in­cludes mag­ne­sium, L-tryp­to­phan and chamomile, which have all been shown to have a nat­u­ral calm­ing ef­fect. It’s ideal for horses and ponies who get ex­cited, spooky or over-ex­u­ber­ant, help­ing them stay fo­cused and lev­el­headed through­out the whole com­pe­ti­tion sea­son.

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