A cool feed formulated to meet the specific needs of horses and ponies
15 years and older.

  • Unique formulation with rice and rice bran to ensure optimum digestibility and minimise digestive upsets making it suitable for horses prone to nutritional disorders such as laminitis and colic
  • Live yeast helps to increase fibre, phosphorus and calcium digestibility
    Low starch (21%) with a low glycemic index (GI), helps maintain more
    stable blood sugar and insulin levels
  • High in fat and digestible fibre, making it an extremely cool feed for calm, sustained energy without any fizzy behaviour
  • Natural anti-oxidants including vitamin E, vitamin C and selenium to protect cells against oxidative damage
  • Increased levels of omega 6 fatty acids, vital for maintaining healthy skin and producing an excellent coat
  • Chromium yeast
  • Increased levels of biotin for improved hoof integrity and strength Chromium yeast for regulation of glucose metabolism
  • Vitamins and trace minerals for good health and vitality

CopRice NutriRice Veteran

$52.38 Regular Price
$45.00Sale Price
  • Light to medium exercise
    Body Weight Veteran
    300kg 1.0–1.5kg/day
    400kg 1.5–2.0kg/day
    500kg 2.0–2.5kg/day
    600kg 2.5–3.0kg/day
    Retired horses
    Body Weight Veteran
    300kg 0.5–1.0kg/day
    400kg 1.0–1.5kg/day
    500kg 1.5–2.0kg/day
    600kg 2.0–2.5kg/day
    700kg 2.5–3.0kg/day


    Rice and rice bran, bran, pollard, soybean meal, calcium carbonate, molasses, canola oil, salt, NutriRice trace mineral and vitamin premix for senior horses, natural antioxidant, added Vitamin E and Vitamin C, chromium yeast, live yeast culture, choline chloride.

    Nutrient Specifications

    Nutrient Amount
    Digestible Energy 13.70MJ/kg
    Crude Protein (min) 16.0%
    Crude Fat (min) 12.0%
    Crude Fibre (max) 10.0%
    Calcium: Phosphorus 1.3:1.0


    Feeding Tips

    • Suggested feeding rates should be used as a guide only
    • The type of feed and quantity individual horses require will depend on the quality of your pasture/hay, stage of training, intensity of exercise, body condition and metabolism of your horse.
    • Feed a minimum of 1% of your horse’s body weight (BW) daily as roughage
    • If feeding over 0.5kg/100kg BW per day, divide the feeds into two or more smaller feeds
    • Introduce new feeds into your horse’s ration gradually over a period of 1-2 weeks
    • Ensure horses always have access to clean, fresh water