Triple Crown Complete Formula Horse Diet

A beet pulp-based complete textured feed for mature performance horses

  • Increased protein guarantee from 11% to 12%
  • Increased fat guarantee from 10% to 12%
  • Especially well for horse customers when hay and pasture were in tight supply
  • Help provide additional fiber in the diet
  • Great choice for most mature horses, no matter the quantity of hay and pasture they have


Triple Crown Senior Horse Feed Formula

A textured feed designed for the special nutritional needs of older horses

  • Developed specifically for older horses, this formula features a higher nutrient content to compensate for a less than effective digestive system.
  • A higher fat content provides the extra energy older horses need.
  • It is softer, more easily digested and can be mixed with water to form a mash for horses who experience difficulty chewing and swallowing.
  • Has enough bulk fiber to be used as the sole ration for horses unable to eat hay or pasture. 


Triple Crown Lite Formula Horse Feed

A pelleted concentrate balancing the nutritional requirements of forage-only diets

  • Ideal for "easy keepers" - horses that maintain their weight on very little grain or just on grass and hay.
  • Normally, a horse would have to eat five to six pounds of grain to derive a sufficient amount and a proper balance of vitamins and minerals. This is especially true of growing horses, broodmares, stallions and working horses.
  • Triple Crown Lite is so heavily fortified, you can feed a horse as few as two pounds per day.
  • This formula is also ideal for ponies and miniature horses


Triple Crown Low Starch Horse Feed Formula

Lower carbs, no corn, molasses or alfalfa meal for horses who aren't the easiest keepers

  • Since Triple Crown Low Starch has lower carbs than hay and pasture, it can be used as a complete feed to replace all or part of (the forage) portion of the diet, which is typically unknown for its carbohydrate and starch levels.
  • Triple Crown Low Starch contains no corn, molasses, or alfalfa meal, ingredients many horse owners believe cause erratic behavior.
  • By utilizing good quality fiber sources and added fat, including rice bran and flaxseed, we can replace a number of the calories that are sacrificed by keeping carbs low.
  • Triple Crown Low Starch also has a low Potassium level (0.75%) that makes it a very good choice for horses diagnosed with HYPP.
  • The fiber in Low Starch will allow you to replace part of your hay that can be as high as 1.5% to 2.5% potassium.