Horse Feeds | Equine Feeds
Pilpride Feeds is proudly the pioneer in the Philippine equine feeds industry. Through years of serving the local horse industry since 1990, we have developed our product line of equine rations.
To provide a horse specific completely balanced ration that is suited to Philippine climatic and economic conditions.
To be the Filipino owned company to be globally competitive in the manufacturing of equine rations.
The RACING ENDURANZ™ equine ration is a COST-EFFECTIVE, highly palatable, scientifically balanced feed formulation recommended for horses in race competition, pre-training, and training. It is fortified with multi-vitamins, minerals, and essential amino acid.
The RANGER™ equine ration is a scientifically balanced feed formulation recommended for horses with light work-out. (e.g. RIDING HORSES, EQUESTRIAN HORSES, and horses at rest or horses in pasture.)
The RACING SPECIAL™ equine ration contains sufficient amount of protein. This is a high energy racing diet specifically designed for horses in full training. It is also highly recommended to horses with heavy workout. The formula already includes significant grain content and is fully balanced in itself, requiring only fresh forage/hay and water to meet the racehorse’s total nutritional needs.
The ULTIMATE equine ration for horses in training and in race competition.
The NOVATO™ equine ration is formulated to provide the growing horse the maximum nourishment needed during the period of rapid growth from 10 to 24 months. It provides excellent source of minerals for proper bone development and sufficient amount of protein for muscular development. Proper feeding of this ration in the early stages of young racehorse’s life develops physical strength, stamina, and soundness.
The MARE AND STUD™ equine ration is a fully balanced ration which caters to broodmares, lactating mares, and stallions. This equine ration greatly enhances fertility of mares. Moreover, this also aids in proper growth and bone formation of the unborn foal. It is advisable not to allow broodmares become overly fat while stallions should receive regular exercise during and outside the covering season.