St-Hippolyt Gold-Medal

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St-Hippolyt Gold-Medal


St. Hippolyt Gold Medal Muscle Power

There is nothing comparable to symbolize a horse’s power, speed and beauty than expressive and well-defined muscles. Powerful and resilient muscles are also the basis for outstanding performances in sport and responsible for an enjoyable ride when out just for fun. Hence horses will considerably benefit from the selected supply of vital nutrients that will support the muscle building exercises to flourish.

It is a question of the individual hereditary disposition that every horse is capable of developing efficiently working muscles. The horse’s training should not only match its individual capabilities, it should also be fed enough functional vital nutrients to create a sound physical basis.

• supporting the growth of muscles
• enhancing muscle strength
• approved for competition and show horses
• no doping


Protein, amino- and fatty acids

There is nothing better to support building muscle substances than high-quality protein. The protein in the common feed crops like hay or grain is not ideal. A feed concentrate to enhance the muscle development should contain supplementary protein sources and amino acids to upgrade the overall protein. With a particularly processed brewer’s yeast, spirulina algae, a fermentationally created malt-yeast-extract, ground algae and supplemented l-lysine, St. Hippolyt’s Gold Medal contains these muscl e producing components in a highly- digestible form. Besides the protein components, fat substances derived from grain germs and oil seeds contribute to the natural development of the involved horm ones. The essential fatty acids from cold-pressed linseed oil enhance the muscles’ suppleness, too.


Vital nutrients for the basic metabolism

The equine metabolism requires certain building blocks to properly compile all components for the muscle growth. These tools are specifically suited enzymes that build up and link the muscle fibrils and connect them with stabilizing conjunctive tissue fibres. However, the enzymes’ capability dep ends largely on functional vital nutrients, such as the B-complex vitamins and trace elements like zinc, manganese, copper and silicon. St. Hippolyt’s Gold Medal is particularly formulated to provide these vital nutrients in a perfectly balanced proportion. To optimize the overall metabolic function, most of the included trace elements are available as organically bound complex. Active ingredients like milk thistle, curcuma and brewer’s yeast support the function of the liver as the major metabolic organ.


Muscle development requires muscle protection

Initial training and competitions accelerate the metabolism which leads inevitably to the production of oxygen radicals that attack and partly destroy the muscle tissue. Special en dogenous enzymes that depend on the existence of trace elements such as zinc, copper, manganese and se lenium neutralize these scavengers and ensure the protection of the tissue. Besides these micronutrients, St. Hippolyt’s Gold Medal provides the horse with additional tissue-protecting substances like algae, herbs, brewer’s yeast, carrots and natural vitamin E. St. Hippolyt’s Gold Medal is an effective combination of physiolo gically co-operating substances to develop, to run and to protect completely well-working muscles



Grain germs 75%, brewer`s yeast 7.2%, spirulina alga 7%, herbs (milk thistle, curcuma, cinnamon, coriander, marjoram) 5%, malt-yeast-mixture, carrots, apple syrup, linseed 0.5%, sugar beet molasses, seaweed meal, cold pressed linseed and sun-flower oil 0.15%, salt, wheat bran, garlic


Feeding recommendation

Mix approx. 40 g per 100 kg body weight into the daily amount of concentrates to build up muscles. For subsequent feeding, approx. 20 g per 100 kg body weight are sufficient. For high-performing sport horses, we recommend combining Gold Medal with Super Condition and/or Qelan or High Performer to further optimise muscle function – in particular suppleness and stamina. 1 measuring cup = 115 g
Note: not suitable for covering horses’ total mineral requirements.

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