Double Agent Conditioned For Dressage

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MolliChaff Condition WHITE BGPara-dressage rider, ‘Bert’ Sheffield, now has a horse gleaming with health, thanks to the conditioning benefits of Mollichaff Condition – a highly digestible, high fibre, high oil and low starch mix, which can be fed as a complete concentrate feed alongside good quality forage.

Bert’s horse, Double Agent (stable name Darcy) is a five-year-old AES, Hanoverian bred mare who is being aimed at competing in both Para and able-bodied dressage competitions.  Darcy has been a little backward in her development and so Mollichaff Condition suits her perfectly, giving her nutritionally-balanced, fibrous energy to grow, without upsetting her temperament by feeding too much concentrate.

Said Bert “Chaff-based feeds are brilliant for Darcy as she is very greedy and the chopped fibre keeps her busy, eating for longer. Her coat and condition have bloomed since starting this feed regime and she looks forward to mealtimes with great excitement!”


Mollichaff Condition contains a balanced blend of alfalfa, dried grass, oat straw, fibre pellets, barley, soya flakes, soya oil and mint as well as Yea-sacc® and a prebiotic, plus vitamins, minerals and trace elements.

Double Agent (Darcy)Soya oil provides essential fatty acids to help improve skin condition and encourage a healthy, glossy coat. Yea-sacc® and a prebiotic help maintain a healthy digestive system, along with mint, which is particularly palatable to horses.

Mollichaff Condition is suitable for encouraging weight gain in all horses and ponies, especially those that struggle to maintain their condition and can be used as the sole concentrate feed as it contains a broad spectrum vitamin and mineral supplement.

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