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Good As Gold Powder

R646,30R1528,55 incl VAT

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    Reg. No. : V21563 (Act 36 of 1947)





    Good as Gold powder is a natural feed supplement which can be of benefit to nervous, hot or highly strung horses.

    Good as Gold powder contains a high concentration of L-Tryptophan, an essential amino acid and Vitamin B1 (Thiamine); as well as the antioxidant Vitamin E. Trainers have noted that after a few days of feeding supplemental levels of these ingredients, horses become more relaxed and attentive.

    • L-Tryptophan is an essential amino acid. Research has shown that high levels of this nutrient can have a calming effect.
    • Vitamin B1, many trainers have noted that Vitamin B1 supplementation has a calming effect when fed to highly strung horses.
    • Good as Gold contains a concentrated level of antioxidant Vitamin E.
    • Good as Gold will help you to harness your horses’s concentration and learning ability
    • Good as Gold should be used daily at times where there is a need for a more relaxed and manageable horse.



    1.5Kg / 500g Powder:

    Should be added to the normal feed ration.

    Pre-competition: Feed 50g of Good as Gold powder per day, 3 to 4 days prior to competition.

    Stressful situations: Feed 50g of Good as Gold per day, 3 to 4 days prior to these situations. Maintenance: Feed 25g / day.



    per 50g: L.Tryptophan 6,000mg, Vitamin B1 150mg , Vitamin E 1,000iu.

    per 1kg: L.Tryptophan 120,000mg, Vitamin B1 3,000mg, Vitamin E 20,000iu


    Key ingredients explained:

    L-Tryptophan – The precursor of Serotonin, a neurotransmitter in the brain, which is deficient in depression, and naturally enhances sleep.

    B Vitamins – Horses with B Vitamin deficiency may have a reduction in GABA neurotransmitters which have an inhibitory or calming effect.


    Good as Gold powder can be used in the following situations:

    • Show or Sales Grounds
    • Fear of Traffic
    • Loading or Unloading Horses
    • Veterinary or Shoeing Procedures
    • Weaning Stress for mare and foal
    • New challenges encountered in the training programme.

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