- Concentrated and highly digestible
- Barley free
- Builds muscle without supplements
- Supplies controllable energy
- Supports performance and recovery
- Balanced with vitamins and Bioplex minerals
£19.31 inc. VAT
Baileys No.4 Top Line Conditioning Cubes are renowned for restoring lost condition without blowing horses minds.
Top Line Conditioning Cubes deserve their reputation as the most popular and effective fully balanced conditioning feed on the market. Barley-free and based on micronised wheat, the cubes are non-heating and highly digestible and are renowned for restoring lost condition without blowing horses minds. They provide excellent quality protein, which is vital for developing muscle tone and real top line, as well as soya oil for coat condition and as an additional source of slow release energy. Their effectiveness means that weight gain can be promoted without having to resort to excessive volumes of hard feed, helping to avoid the associated digestive risks.With a superior vitamin and mineral profile, including chelated (Bioplex) minerals, Top Line Conditioning Cubes are incredibly versatile and can be fed to all types of horses and ponies at rest, in work or competing up to the highest levels. Indeed they are now well established as a favourite amongst competition riders who appreciate the excellent muscle tone and improved stamina they promote. The new formula now also includes a boosted natural antioxidant package, containing grapeseed extract, vitamin C and E and Sel-Plex organic selenium, to support the immune system, which is particularly beneficial to underweight horses who may be generally run-down.In addition, the new formula includes probiotic yeast and Digest Plus prebiotic to promote digestive efficiency, which is advantageous to horses that might be travelling and competing frequently and require additional digestive support. Equally, their digestibility also makes them an excellent choice for the older equine, especially those with poor dentition since they can be easily softened with warm water or soaked beet pulp.