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Superior Blood Builder
After keeping my horses on Hemo Charge for 3 weeks I started to see amazing results in performance, temperament and the overall conditioning of my thoroughbreds.
Marcus Langford (U.K.)
I was given Hemo Charge to try and I am highly impressed by this supplement. It is effective in maintaining horses for optimum racing performance when used with the amino acid L-Carnitine.
Dr. Ahmad, Royal Stables (U.A.E.)
Ready to Run
Cost effective and one of the best supplements that works very well. I pre-train racehorses and they are always ready to run at the trials when using Hemo Charge.
William Bradley, Pre-Trainer (U.S.A)
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Scientifically designed to ensure sustained power and acceleration when they need it most.
From our humble beginnings in Greyhound nutrition, Farrell's remains the trusted brand in animal nutrition since 1962.
Sustainably sourced, We focus on using whole, natural ingredients, avoiding unnecessary fillers or artificial additives.
Our unique formula includes the right balance of minerals which play an important role in a wide range of biochemical systems affecting virtually every metabolic function in your horse's system.
Hemo Charge uses Organic Minerals for Cellular Support.
Minerals are generally divided into two categories: Macro-minerals, which are needed in larger quantities in a daily diet, and Micro-minerals, (or trace minerals) that are needed in smaller amounts (often expressed as parts per million, or ppm–or mg/kg). Hemo Charge™ has improved the absorption of these trace minerals by “chelating” them. The process of Chelating trace minerals serves to bond these minerals to two or more amino acids to form stable biochemical ring compounds that can be metabolized as much as 300-500% more effectively.
L-Carnitine is an amino acid essential in the transport of fats into muscle cells for energy production. By using fats as energy for muscle contractions, the body is sparing glycogen and delaying the accumulation of lactic acid. L-Carnitine delays muscle fatigue by reducing lactic acid formation, and improves sprint and endurance performance1 .
* Muscle levels of L-Carnitine determine the exercise capacity of muscles.
* L-Carnitine is essential for normal heart function.
* Performance horses and greyhounds recover more efficiently when supplemented with L-Carnitine.2
L-Carnitine forms an essential part of the transport system which moves fatty acids into the mitachondria for energy production. It acts as a buffer by inhibiting lactic acid buildup in muscles, helping to delay fatigue and prevent Tying Up.
Demand for L-Carnitine in heavily exercising horses and dogs is often not met from the diet, as large amounts are consumed during exercise. Supplementing L-Carnitine increases blood and muscle L-carnitine levels.3
This results in improved energy supply, increased use of fatty acids as an energy source, decreased lactate buildup, and a significant increase in maximum work output. Performance horses and greyhounds can rapidly run out of glycogen as an energy source, but will rarely run out of fats. Mobilising fats as an energy source helps prevent the accumulation of lactic acid in muscles and delay’s fatigue and possible Tying Up. This will significantly improve the capacity of muscles to work harder for longer.
Paste Dosage: Adult horse: 10mL Dog: 1mL per 10kg bodyweight Administer 2 -3 times weekly or as directed by your veterinarian.
REFERENCES 1. Rivero JL, et al.,2002 Equine Vet. J. Suppl. 34:269-74. 2. Zeyner A1, Harmeyer J. 1999 Arch. Tierernahr. 52:115-38. 3. Harris RC, et al., 1995 Equine Vet. J. 27:382.–387.
At Farrell's, we are built upon tradition and a commitment to canine & equine health and nutrition.
We have dedicated ourselves to formulating products that get results and put great emphasis on sourcing natural ingredients of the highest quality. We have formulated our products with the assistance of Professor David Evans - Hon. Associate Professor, Faculty of Veterinary Science, University of Sydney & School of Animal and Veterinary Science, Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga.
Professor Evans has over 30 years of experience in developing techniques for monitoring training and fitness in Thoroughbred racehorses and has conducted extensive research on factors limiting racehorse performance.
Our devoted Research and Development team, create innovative products that utilize new technologies to provide the competitive edge in global competition and performance racing.