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  • TRM Trm Good As Gold 500g

Trm Good As Gold 500g

€54,63 €50,15 Incl. tax

TRM Good as Gold is an additive feed for stressed, nervous horses that calms them and increases concentration.

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TRM Good as Gold is a feeding supplement for stressed and nervous horses. It contains a high dose of L-Tryptophan, an essential amino-acid that is known to have a calming effect on horses. Furthermore, the high concentration in Vitamin B residing in TRM Good as Gold is perfect to feed to severely stressed horses as it has been noted to have a calming effect. It's calming effect has a side-effect that benefits of the same ingredients. Because the horses are destressed and less angsty, they tend to be more focused and can concentrate for longer periods of time. This makes TRM Good as Gold a vital companion during training sessions as well. Follow the instructed daily doses but do adjust the daily amount to the specific needs of your horse in order not to flood their system with L-Tryptophan. TRM Good as Gold, a wonderful and enjoyable addition to their daily fodder


  • ✔ Destress horses thanks to L-Tryptophan
  • ✔ Perfect for training purposes
  • ✔ Vitamin B1
  • ✔ Increase focus of the horse

Nutritional Composition

Dextrose, Calcium Carbonate
Additives: per 50g per 1kg
L.Tryptophan 6,000 mg 120,000 mg
Vitamin B1 150 mg 3,000 mg
Vitamin E 1,000 mg 20,000 mg
Silicic Acid, precipitated and dried 1,000 mg 20,000 mg
Analytical constituents:     
Crude Protein 9.94%, Crude Oil 1.99%, Crude Fibre <1%, Crude Ash 3.23%, Sodium 0.0239%


Daily Dose TRM Good as Gold

Pre-competition: Feed 50g/1 sachet of Good As Gold per day, 3 to 4 days prior to competition. Stressful situations: Feed 50g/1 sachet of Good As Gold per day, 3 to 4 days prior to these situations. Maintenance: Feed 25g/half sachet per day.

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