Cavalor Endurix is a textured feed for competition horses performing long, low intensity aerobic exercise such as dressage, eventing or cross-country, endurance riding, carriage-driving, etc.
Cavalor was born in 1989, the brainchild of a young agricultural engineer named Peter Bollen. He had just completed his thesis, “Nutrition of the Sport Horse,” and was hired by a Belgian company whose managing director shared two of Peter’s passions: equitation and horse nutrition. Together they decided to launch a line of products dedicated to the nutritional needs of high-performance horses.
Throughout the next two decades, Cavalor built an international reputation as the world leader in equine nutrition for high-performance horses. Cavalor has helped thousands of horse owners and competitors understand this very simple but crucially important equation: Proper Nutrition and Care = Top-level Performance.
Today Cavalor products are available in more than 50 countries worldwide and are used by champion riders. Cavalor offers a complete line of horse feed, supplements and care products. All are the result of years of intense research and development, thorough testing, selection of the highest quality ingredients, and strict manufacturing and quality control processes.
Crude Protein min 12.0%
Crude Fat min 7.5%
Crude fiber max 10.0%
Calcium min 0.6% - max 0.8%
Phosphorus min 0.58%
Sodium min 0.3% - max 0.5%
Copper min 22 ppm
Selenium min 0.2 ppm
Organic Selenium, produced by saccharomyces cerevisiae CNCM I-3060 (3b8.10) min 0.20 ppm
Zinc min 115 ppm
Vitamin A min 4750 IU/lb
Daily Feeding rate: For medium exertion: max 1.5 lbs per 220lbs of body weight. For very strenuous exercises: max 1.7 lbs per 220 lbs of body weight. For additional body condition, feed 2-3 lbs per 220 lbs of body weight. In addition to concentrate feeding, always feed a minimum of 16.5 lbs of roughage (long stemmed fiber (forage)) and provide unlimited clean fresh water. (These feed recommendations are intended as a guideline only. You may need to adjust the feeding rates bases on the condition of the individual horse being fed).