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Perform & Shine


Premium grass chop with cold pressed linseed oil.

  • High in digestible energy
  • Encourages chewing & saliva production
  • Palatable & dust free

Suitable For

  • Fuelling medium to hard work
  • Improving shape & condition
  • Competition horses
  • Fussy eaters
  • Poor doers

Due to the naturally occurring sugars in the grasses, we would not recommend Perform & Shine for horses and ponies prone to laminitis. Our Timothy Chop will be more suitable.


13 - 18
20 - 25
7 - 15

Feeding Instructions

As with any new feed, introduce gradually over a week.

Feed according to requirements and condition.

A level Stubbs scoop holds 400g


Premium dried chopped grass (Cocksfoot, Timothy) cold pressed linseed oil


All products are natural and seasonal variations can occur, the packaging of each product will detail the typical analysis which is relevant to the batch/cut within the bag. Below are this product’s specification ranges to give an indication of the seasonal variations that can occur for this product.

Specification Ranges

Crude Fat (Oil) % 5 - 7 %
Crude Ash % 6 - 9 %
Crude Protein % 13 - 18 %
Crude Fibre % 20 - 25 %
Sugar % 7 - 15 %
Starch % <2 %
Digestible Energy Medium 10-11 MJ/kg

Vitamins & Minerals

We do not add vitamins as the production of Simple System’s high quality forages maximises their naturally occurring vitamins & minerals, which are often in their precursor form. Well kept & managed horses make their own Vitamin C & Vitamin D. Vitamin K & B group Vitamins are generated in the hind gut. Simple System undertakes mineral analysis on all forage products every two years or when/if the source of the product is changed. Below are the most up to date figures specific to this product.

Major Minerals

Calcium % 0.62
Phosphorus % 0.29
Sodium % 0.18
Potassium % 1.36
Magnesium % 0.14
Chloride % 0.47
Sulphur % 0.24

Minor Minerals

Copper mg/kg 6.3
Manganese mg/kg 89.6
Zinc mg/kg 20.3
Iron mg/kg 147
Selenium mg/kg 0.07

I called Simple System Horse Feeds at the beginning of the season for some advice on a flagging pony. It didn’t seem to matter how fit Quinn was; he would lose his spice after one class or one phase.

They advised to Target Feed, so now he gets an energy boost right before each phase. What a difference it has made!

I wouldn’t be shy about calling them again in the future for any further feeding advice!

Miss Clare Pascoe

Perfect Partners to Perform & Shine

Please select one of the categories below for appropriate companions to Perform & Shine

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A high fibre Timothy Grass chop. Harvested at a mature stage for naturally low sugars.


Premium 6mm high fibre grass pellets, providing all the benefits of summer grass, all year round.


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