Horses can lose salts even if they don't show outward signs of sweating, especially in hot, humid weather, during travel or when they are nervous or agitated. Horses also lose salts even more when they are not fully fit. Feeding: Add one or two 50g scoops to the feed or to water daily. Always ensure an adequate supply of clean, fresh water is available. The pinch test: Pull out a pinch of skin on your horse's neck or shoulder and notice how quickly it springs back. If the skin returns quickly into place, the horse is fine. If the skin remains elevated for a few seconds, it is moderately dehydrated. The longer the skin remains elevated, the more dehydrated the horse. Free from glucose and fillers. Reduces muscle fatigue, Vital for stamina and recovery after exercise.