Performance and Recovery

The omega-3 fatty acids, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants in Platinum Performance® Equine can help maintain lean muscle and normal muscle recovery. Osteon® can be fed in combination to provide bone and soft tissue support- ing ingredients. Healthy Weight can provide an additional source of omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin E while providing healthy calories to maintain an ideal condition. Additional Vitamin E can be provided for performance recovery and temporary muscle soreness.

With Platinum, Anything is Possible

In the heat of competition, we know that the smallest details can make the biggest difference. Building a nutrition plan around your performance horse’s specific needs can be the difference, especially when results come down to hundredths of a second or fractions of a point.

Nutrients to Aid the Performance Horse

Advanced Nutrition Can Help Build a More Durable Athlete

Muscle Strength & Mass

Specific nutrients can support the horse’s ability to maintain muscle tissue and glycogen stores to support lean muscle mass and tone.

Soft Tissue Support

Relying on the health of tendons and ligaments, providing soft tissue support can aid in athletic longevity and durability.

Stomach & Hindgut Health

A healthy digestive tract can support normal absorption of nutrients, proper pH levels and immune function.

Muscle Recovery

Key nutrients can help aid athletes in normal muscle recovery post-exercise, including soreness and fatigue from strenuous activity.

Body Condition

To perform at their best, athletes need to be fit. Maintaining a healthy body condition can support athletic ability and endurance.

Topline Support

Supplying balanced and adequate nutrition is necessary for the buildup and breakdown of protein, which is imperative to the function and performance of the topline.

Proper Blood Flow

Circulation is critical for supporting normal blood pressure and ensuring proper blood flow to deliver essential nutrients to hardworking muscles.

Joint Health

Targeted ingredients help support horses, who put tremendous stress on their joints from the chronic wear and tear of intense training and competition.

Properly Utilize Calories

Intense exercise increases metabolic rate and caloric needs. Advanced nutrition can help maintain an ideal body condition.

“Platinum Performance not only provides everything she needs in supplements but also the excellent customer support to be sure I’m making the best choices for her and all of our horses in training. I’ve come to depend on the high quality of Platinum Performance for bringing out the best in our horses!”

Betsy Steiner, Steiner Dressage
World Equestrian Games, United States Dressage Team
Platinum Performance® Client since 2013

Building a More Durable Athlete


Part of good conditioning is ensuring athletes have the nutritional foundation they need to maintain energy, perform to their full potential and recover efficiently. High-quality forage is essential for the athletic horse, but even the best quality hay can lack in omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin E after it has been cut and baled, making supplementation essential to deliver the nutrients an athlete needs.

Bone & Soft Tissue Support

Supplementing with a natural, highly bioavailable form of silicon like the zeolite found in Osteon, can provide effective support for bone strength and bone development. The trace element is also important to the formation of articular cartilage and connective tissues. Additionally, silicon is also a key element in the structure of hyaluronic acid, which supports fluidity, cushion and lubrication of the joints. From bones to connective tissue to cushion, silicon plays a role in maintaining a healthy body structure.

Performance & Muscle Recovery

Special care and attention to the diet of an equine athlete can influence performance, muscle recovery and overall well-being during the rigors of training and competition. Key nutrients, such as omega-3 fatty acids, branched-chained amino acids, trace minerals, antioxidants — vitamin E, vitamin C and selenium — as well as zeolite, which is a natural form of silicon for tendon health, can support normal muscle recovery after exercise and maintain soft tissue health.

Peace of mind for competition

Platinum Performance® goes to great lengths to protect athletes, by sourcing the highest quality ingredients that are identified and qualified by our Quality Team for potency and purity. All of the products available in the European Union are Show Safe. They are designed and formulated to not include any ingredients outlined as banned substances by the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) and International Federation for Equestrian Sports (FEI). It’s recommended to review and become familiar with substances not recommended for your sport.

 Platinum Performance® Client Success Stories

Kent Farrington

2016 Olympics Silver Medalist, 2015 Pan American Games Bronze Medalist
Platinum Performance Client since 2005
“Platinum’s combination of simplicity and efficiency make it an ideal supplement for every horse in the stable.”

Laura Graves

Olympic Bronze Medalist, Team Dressage
Platinum Performance client since 2016
“Verdades and Fizau have different supplement needs, so Laura gets all their formulas in Platinum PAKs so they are easy to administer.”

Todd Bergen

NRHA and NRCHA Million Dollar Rider
Platinum Performance client since 2007
“A joint supplement I think is important with this caliber of horse. I mean we put so much stress on their joints. Anybody that is successful in this business works hard, and we definitely work hard around our ranch.”

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Platinum’s seasoned team of experts use a proprietary manufacturing process at their own facility to ensure all of their supplements are of exceptional quality and are shipped fresh quickly. During their proprietary manufacturing process that takes raw ingredients to finished formulas, they conduct hundreds of quality-based tests for equine athlete protection.
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