WINNINGEDGETM provides the ultimate support for competition horses.
WINNINGEDGETM is a comprehensive performance supplement providing help and support for horses in the following areas:
Chelated calcium helps behavior, stamina, recovery after exercise, skeletal structure and soft tissues like muscles, tendons and ligaments. The use of chelated calcium in horses is covered by a patent.
Calcium contributes to normal muscle function, neurotransmission, normal blood clotting, energy yielding metabolism as well as the normal function of digestive enzymes and the process of cell division and specialisation in addition to its recognised requirement for the maintenance of normal teeth and bones.
Using the highest quality nutrients, WINNINGEDGE ensures that your horse or pony has everything it needs to help maintain top condition and performance. This products helps improve training, safety, better focused dressage and jumping as well as all round health and wellbeing. It also helps enable spooky horses to cope with stress.
As you would expect WINNINGEDGETM is a Magnesium FREE formulation.
Only feed 5 days a week.
A “loading period” is recommended initially. Use this STARTER pack if you have not used a VCAL containing EquiFeast supplement on your horse recently. Do NOT use this product for long term maintenance. Use the Follow-On formulation instead.
Unknown (Submitted on Mar 13th 2020)
My 2 OTTB prior to use this product were super spooky & on a high - very reactive ! I’ve just started using a few weeks ago so looking forward to more positive outcomes. The past 2 weeks I’ve noticed more calm & take things in stride :-) I never knew how much Magnesium affected a horse! I used Liquid Mag from Nupafeed it did calm them but sedated them lots & they were very explosive undersaddle & on the ground! Thank you EquiFeast for making great products! I ordered their Digest can’t wait to see the results on my horses :-)
Heidi (Submitted on Oct 9th 2018)
We have 3 competition ponies and previously bought a variety of task specific supplements to meets their individual needs. Prepping feeds was becoming complicated, time-consuming & expensive, so I switched all 3 onto Winning Edge on the basis that it was a good comprehensive supplement and would make feed prep easier, quicker & cheaper. If I'm honest, I was just making my life easier - I wasn't prepared for the dramatic difference I've seen in all 3 ponies in just 10-12 weeks! One looks much more comfortable with her joints; another has put on muscle & shine & never looked better; & the other, who used to run out of steam after just one round, now has more muscle & endurance & her all round fitness has improved no end. Her first big outing following the switch, she won her first class & then easily qualified for Scope in the second. And a bonus is that all 3 are calm, happy & relaxed. Even the 5yr old stressy drama queen is chilled & focussed schooling & out at competitions, so learning has improved too! And I've really appreciated having the Equifeast team at the end of the phone answering queries relating to each individual animal. Great help! All this AND it's working out cheaper in the long run!
Cath Hill-Freeman (Submitted on Oct 10th 2017)
I have owned Crumble since he was 2 yrs old, backed and trained him myself and competed in dressage. He was always tricky to feed and quite spooky and inattentive. He was never happy hacking out on his own. At competitions it would take two of us to hold him to tack up and ages to work in and quite often he would exhaust himself through stress. Since feeding him Winningedge Silver the transformation is amazing. He concentrates on his work instead of everything else around him, travels easier and stands calmly to get ready to compete, warms up in a short time and stands calmly in between tests allowing me to socialise instead of apologise! He also hacks out with enthusiasm and if there is a spooky thing, stops and assess it then approaches to have a good look before saying ok we can carry on now. In short he is a delight and very happy. As another bonus he always had a poor dull coat and now even his winter woolly coat gleams. I only wish I'd known about Equifeast years sooner!