Vitaline Raceline

High energy dense feed formulated with a combination of carbohydrate energy sources such as extruded maize and extruded barley and rolled oats. Grain extrusion facilitates digestion in the small intestine, thus increasing the energy available for exercise. A unique blend of oils provides a high-energy boost and ensures a balanced supply of Omega-3, 6 and 9 fatty acids. High quality protein sources include soya oil cake and full fat soya with added lysine, methionine and threonine levels to provide a balanced amino acid profile. Lupins are included as a source of protein and digestible fibre. For young and mature racehorses in full training.

Raceline Feed
Reg. No. V 19978 (Act/Wet 36/1947)


Protein (min.) 120
Moisture (max.) 120
Fat (min.) 50
Fibre (max) 120
Calcium (min.) 9
Phosphor (min.) 5
Ca:P = 1.8:1.0 to 2.0:1.0
Magnesium (min.) 3
Potassium (min.) 10
Salt (min.) 10

Oats, maize, extruded maize, extruded barley, wheaten bran, hominy chop, lucerne, sunflower seed, sweet lupins, soyabean oil cake, full fat soya, vegetable oil, liquid sugar cane molasses.
Salt, feed lime, mono-calcium phosphate, Vitalins A. D. E. K. B1, B2, B6, B12, folic acid, niacin, pantothenic acid, biotin, choline, magnesium, manganese, iron, zinc, copper, cobalt, iodine, selenium, organic selenium, chromium, potassium, lysine, methionine, threonine, live yeast, mould inhibitor and anti-oxidant.

Feed Horses 6 – 10kg daily according to body weight, condition, metabolism, work intensity and forage quality. Feed concentrated feed with good quality hay and/or pastures. Hay should be fed at a minimum of 1% of body mass.
Introduce any new concentrated feed gradually over a period of 10 – 14 days. When reducing the work intensity or resting the pony or horse, concentrated feed should be reduced accordingly.
During periods of heavy sweating it is recommended to feed additional electrolytes.

These feeding instructions are meant as a guideline; please contact the manufacturer for more individualised feeding recommendations.