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14% Cooked Mix - Red Mills - 20 Kg

Delicious high energy mix and feed with molasses for sprinter-type racehorses or horses in very hard work. Also appropriate for horses in growth phases. This is your feed if you want maximum energy.
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14% Horse Cooked Mix de Red Mills 20 Kg
14% Horse Cooked Mix de Red Mills 20 Kg

Delicious high energy mix and feed with molasses for racehorses or horses in very hard work. This is your feed if you want maximum energy.

High energy performance feed for horses in training or hard work.

Specially formulated to support:

  • Fast release energy
  • Optimal performance and stamina
  • Post-exercise recovery and muscle glycogen replenishment
  • Lean muscle mass and topline development
  • Bone strength and integrity

RED MILLS formulation features:

  • A triple whole grain formula
  • Steamed cooked for improved digestibility and nutrient availability
  • Source of quality protein and essential amino acids
  • RED MILLS Pro Balance vitamin and mineral package, rich in iron and copper
  • Added antioxidants including vitamin E and selenium
  • Contains electrolytes*
  • Added bone support package, including Vitamin K

*Additional electrolyte supplementation will be required for horses in hard work and those in hot climates

Ideal For:

  • Racehorses in full training
  • Horses requiring a high energy cereal based diet

Composition: Oat Flakes (steam cooked), Barley Flakes (steam cooked), Maize Flakes (steam cooked), (Sugar) Cane Molasses, Oats (cleaned, screened), Soya Bean Meal, Soya (Bean) Hulls, Soya Bean Extruded, Soya Bean Flakes (steam cooked), Sunflower Seed Meal, Wheat, Barley, Wheatfeed, Mono-dicalcium Phosphate, Calcium Carbonate, Sodium Chloride, Magnesium Oxide, Soya Oil.

Nutritional Additives per kg:


Vitamin A

12000 iu

Vitamin D3

2000 iu

Vitamin E

300 iu

Trace Elements:


120 mg


1.5 mg


60 mg


100 mg


180 mg


0.5 mg

*A proportion of this value is provided by a chelated source.

Nutritional Analysis:



Oils & Fats









0.6 %









Digestible Energy

12.5 MJ DE/kg

Feeding Instructions:

Choose your horse’s WORKLOAD and then either select your feeding rate using the PER 100 KG BODYWEIGHT column, or, if you do not know your horse’s exact bodyweight, use the closest column to your horse in BY HORSE WEIGHT column.


400 Kg HORSE

Amount of feed (Kg/day)

500 Kg HORSE

Amount of feed (Kg/day)

600 Kg HORSE

Amount of feed (Kg/day)

Per 100 Kg bodyweight

Amount of feed (Kg/day)

Light work

0.8-2.4 Kg

1.0-3.0 Kg

1.2-3.6 Kg

0.2-0.6 Kg/100 Kg PV

Moderate work

1.6-3.2 Kg

2.0-4.0 Kg

2.4-4.8 Kg

0.4-0.8 Kg /100 Kg PV

Hard work

3.2-4.8 Kg

4.0-6.0 Kg

4.8-7.2 Kg

0.8-1.2 Kg/100 Kg PV

Intense work

4.8-6.4 Kg

6.0-8.0 Kg

7.2-9.6 Kg

1.2-1.6 Kg/100 Kg PV



This product is considered appropriate for horses competing under the rules of FEI, RFHE and Jockey Club


Red Mills Message

Innovation is in our DNA

Although we’re over a century old, we are a modern, dynamic and future-focused company, with a commitment to R&D and new product innovation – supported by some of the most technologically advanced plant and processes in the world.

Proof of our commitment to continuous innovation is the fact that we are one of the first feed manufacturers in the world to have an on-site laboratory to test for product quality and Naturally Occurring Prohibited Substances (NOPS).

NOPS occur naturally and can find their way to the animal via the food chain unless the most stringent of testing is in place. Something as innocent as poppy seeds, for example, when ingested by a horse will appear as morphine in the horse’s urine sample.

Olympic quality product testing

Our testing technologies are the same as those used by the Olympic Council and forensic bodies around the world. We screen samples for seven key NOPS: caffeine, theobromine, morphine, hordenine, atropine, scopolamine and lupinine.

We use Liquid Chromatography Mass Spectrometry (LCMS) to ensure strict compliance with the regulations of leading sporting bodies such as the Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI), the Jockey Club and the IHRB.

In addition, our Near Infra Red (NIR) machines are constantly calibrated and verified by using the “wet chemistry” side of our laboratory – so there’s a constant process of verification in progress, guaranteeing you the same quality product, every time.

We test all incoming raw materials and manufactured performance horse feeds using these methods, and our products are sold on a “positive release” basis only.

Alongside vigorous product testing, we also operate a very rigid computer-based batch tracking system, which lets us instantly check the manufacturing provenance of any RED MILLS products.

A world first for freshness

One of our latest and most exciting projects is our new “super fresh” NFMS™ nutrient fresh management system, which delivers even better product quality.

This is a world first and uses no less than seven tiers of natural preservation to maintain perfect freshness in horse feed products for up to 12 months. By vastly extending shelf life with NFMS™, our customers can now order and store bulk quantities – meaning no matter where in the world you are, when you open a bag of Connolly’s RED MILLS, it will be as fresh as the day it was made in Goresbridge.

It also reduces our transport costs (which can account for 20-30% of feed product costs), which means we can then pass on these savings to our customers.

Our ongoing R&D keeps Connolly’s RED MILLS to the forefront, constantly improving the product quality of our animal feeds, giving our customers the best value and performance that money can buy.

We’re never prepared to stand still, and our customers can look forward to many important new product and process innovations in the years to come.