Water, dextrose, cyanocobalamin (source of vitamin B12), calcium gluconate, magnesium gluconate, Cinchona officinalis, celery juice concentrate, juniper berry extract, xanthan gum. Preserved with ammonium propionate.
During competition, horses experience varying levels physical and mental stress, which can place extreme pressure on the lungs and blood vessels. MOJO Paste will not only support the lungs and blood vessels but will also have a calming effect, the combination of which reduces stress on these vital systems, improving the ability of the horse to perform.
MOJO Paste is a pre-race supplement combining Bleader Gard a respiratory and vascular support for optimal capacity, and an effective calmer to reduce the stress that can increase pressure. MOJO Paste can be used alongside Bleader Gard Powder for ultimate support or alone for horses with clear airways.
MOJO Paste will not contravene current Jockey Club or FEI rules. However, we advise that individual competition rulings are checked in respect of the permitted administration at the event.
When would you feed MOJO Paste?
How does it work?
- As preparation for fast work or competition to reduce risk of exercise induced pulmonary hemorrhage (EIPH) or equine bleeding
- Prior to competition or exercise to reduce excitability
- To support the lungs and blood vessels during high pressure work
- To provide an effective calmer, as excitability prior to race or competition can increase pressure on the circulatory system and increase blood pressure, which in turn increases the risk of exercise induced pulmonary hemorrhage (EIPH) or equine bleeding
For maximum protection and performance use Bleader Gard daily, topping up with MOJO Paste prior to fast work and competition.
Administer 15 ml into horse’s mouth on the back of the tongue 8 hours prior to the race. Repeat 4 hours prior to race.Available in:
- 30 ml syringe (2 x 15 ml servings)
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