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ELEMENT Hill is a Thoroughbred broodmare stud farm in Queensland, Australia, dedicated to breeding top quality racehorses.

Established in 2010, the stud has achieved the title of leading QLD vendor at the Magic Millions Gold Coast yearling sales – Australia’s premier sales source of stakes winners. The flagship yearling sale held at the Gold Coast in January attracts both national and international buyers looking for champion racehorses.

Element Hill prides itself on the excellent health and condition of its mares and youngstock, so ensures that all the horses are fed on top quality feed.

Last year the Stud Manager Mitch Frazer started including Fibrebeet in diet of the yearlings being prepared for sale, and noticed a big difference in the young horses.
“At first the Fibre-Beet was heating the youngsters up,” he said. “But after calling British Horse Feeds for advice, we realised that the Fibre-Beet was improving the absorption of the starch content of their overall diet so well that it was affecting the temperament.”

Mitch added: “I’ve since cut back their feed, and have never fed such small amounts for a yearling prep. This means we’re saving money, but more importantly the yearlings have never looked better. Their coat shine is incredible!”

A Super Fibre conditioning feed, Fibre-Beet is a formulated blend containing all the benefits of the original Speedi-Beet product, with added high quality alfalfa for optimum condition and to provide quality protein for muscle tone and function.

This high fibre feed has a high digestibility value providing slow release energy without the ‘fizz’. In turn this also helps generate heat, helping the horse to maintain core body temperature and keep condition.

Fibre-Beet also provides a good range of minerals, trace elements and amino acids, and has added biotin for hoof quality. Ideal for horses and ponies susceptible to digestive upsets and very palatable for fussy eaters, Fibre-Beet also has a low sugar and starch content making it suitable for horses and ponies prone to laminitis.

Soaked and ready to feed in only 15 minutes in warm water – ideal when it is cold in winter – or 45 minutes in cold water.

The RRP ranges from £12.35 – £13.30.