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  1. Horse First New Bludd
  2. Nettex Electrolyte Maintenance Liquid
  3. Nettex Electrolyte Maintenance Powder
  4. Nettex Electrolyte Syringe Paste Boost
  5. Horse First Back To Form
  6. NAF Immuforte Powder
    NAF Immuforte Powder
    From Special Price £24.95 RRP Regular Price £24.99
  7. Gold Label Garlic, Glucose & Honey.
    Gold Label Garlic, Glucose & Honey.
    From Special Price £23.95 RRP Regular Price £26.25
  8. Gold Label Electrolyte Powder
  9. Day Son & Hewitt Relaxin
    Day Son & Hewitt Relaxin
    From Special Price £37.80 RRP Regular Price £42.00
  10. Day Son & Hewitt Eliviat
  11. Equilibrium Simplyboost Electrolyte Tonic
  12. NAF M Power
    NAF M Power
    From Special Price £52.79 RRP Regular Price £65.00
  13. SP Equine ImmuBoost
  14. NAF Dispensing Pump
  15. NAF B.L.K
    NAF B.L.K
    From Special Price £65.99 RRP Regular Price £73.99
  16. NAF Instant Magic Calmer
  17. Gold Label Vitamin E 1000
  18. Feedmark Settlex
    Feedmark Settlex
    From Special Price £39.61 RRP Regular Price £48.69
  19. Equivite Vitamin E & Selenium
    Equivite Vitamin E & Selenium
    From Special Price £58.42 RRP Regular Price £71.30
  20. NAF Vitamin E, Selenium & Lysine
    NAF Vitamin E, Selenium & Lysine
    From Special Price £17.98 RRP Regular Price £17.99
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Electrolytes are responsible for the correct function of nerves and muscles and are found in small amounts in the fluid surrounding cells; the main electrolytes are calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, sodium and potassium. During exercise horses lose water and electrolytes are dissolved in this water and are therefore lost through the process of sweating. It is important to ensure that horses are given electrolyte supplements before and after hard competition to ensure their nerve and muscle function is at its optimum. Online for Equine stock a range of electrolyte supplements to aid your horse through competition and to help him recover quickly after exercise. Electrolyte supplements should only be fed when water is available to the horse.