KER Race Recovery Paste
In a series of studies conducted by Kentucky Equine Research scientists measured the effect of furosemide on urine and fecal excretion of calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, sodium, potassium, and chloride. Tested in unexercised and exercised mature Thoroughbred geldings.
Furosemide causes a substantial loss of minerals. Including a 40- to 50-fold increase in 4-hour urinary sodium and chloride loss. Also, a sustained calcium loss over several days. With Race Recovery, mineral losses are entirely reversible. Race Recovery stimulates thirst and replaces body weight quickly. Race Recovery Powder is suitable for use as a daily electrolyte supplement.
KER Race Recovery Paste Benefits:
- Provides horses exercised on furosemide with targeted electrolyte supplementation
- Includes highly digestible forms of calcium and magnesium, two key minerals
- Palatable paste and powder formulas ensure consumption
Administer one tube (60 g) of Race Recovery Paste one to two hours after racing, or as soon as the horse returns to its stall. Administer a second tube later that night or the morning following the race.
In studies conducted by Kentucky Equine Research, horses given Race Recovery drank more and maintained their bodyweight following Lasix administration and exercise.
Administer one tube (60 g) of Race Recovery Paste one to two hours after racing, or as soon as the horse returns to its stall, and a second tube later that night or the morning following the race.