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Shamrock Horse Block

Shamrock Horse Block (7.5kg and 12.5kg)

Shamrock Horse Block is a palatable seaweed based complementary supplement for foals and horses. The Horse Block contains two types of seaweed and is supplemented with minerals, trace elements and vitamins. The product is offered ad lib to provide a continuous supply of micronutrients to help offset deficiencies and boost overall performance.

Shamrock Horse Block (7.5kg and 12.5kg) contains a full spectrum of minerals, trace elements and vitamins necessary for optimum health. The formulation of the product ensures the delivery of micronutrients crucial for red blood cell synthesis, blood circulation, energy production, bone and hoof conditioning, muscle contraction and appearance (coat and skin). The Horse Block is designed to meet every nutritional requirement of the animal. Garlic can be added to the product, which acts as a repellent against flies and insects, especially during the summer months. Average consumption rate is 80-100g/day for adult stock or 50-80g/day for young stock.

Benefits of using Shamrock Horse Block

Totally natural product.

“Since I started using Shamrock Horse Mineral products, I’ve noticed a vast improvement in the coat and general appearance of the horses. I also found that while the minerals are palatable to the horses, they don’t go through them near as fast as previous buckets we used. I used Shamrock Seaweed fertilizer, and I’m expecting serious yields, similar to results I achieved when I used seaweed fertilizer previously.”

- Gerry Ross, Kenilworth House Stud

Shamrock Horse Block

Key Points about Shamrock Horse Block:


Seaweed is the unrivalled multi-supplement, which delivers a blend of natural nutrients that can be deficient from soils and feed. Seaweed contains over 60 minerals, and trace elements, vitamins, carbohydrates, amino acids, essential fatty acids, natural bioactive hormones, growth factors and anti-oxidants.

The ocean contains a constant reservoir of micronutrients that are absorbed by seaweed and stored within the algae in a protected, colloidal state. This colloidal structure means that > 98% of all the micronutrients are absorbed in the animal allowing them to fulfil their diverse range of functions.

Health Benefits of Ascophyllum Nodosum Seaweed to Animals:

Lithothamnium Calcaerum:

Shamrock Horse Block

Shamrock Horse Block is designed specifically for foals and horses and is free from naturally occurring prohibited substances (NOPS). The Horse Block is formulated to promote red blood cell synthesis, blood circulation, energy production, bone and hoof conditioning, muscle contraction, fertility and appearance (coat and skin). The Shamrock Horse Block is designed to meet every nutritional requirement of the animal and can be used all year round.

Features and Benefits:

“I have been pleased to source Shamrock Seaweed Fertiliser for my stud paddocks after a gap of nine years and have been amazed by the improvement within six months of application.  The general density has increased and using the Horse Buckets for the first time the horses have actually taken to a supplement.  I would happily recommend both products.”.

-  Emma Balding, Kingsclere Stud, United Kingdom

“I started using Shamrock fertiliser in 2016 and having used it on a few paddocks have noticed a better growth of grass, with increased density, the stock grazing those paddocks did exceptionally well. This year I applied the seaweed fertiliser to some more paddocks, and have been impressed by the improvement in sward again.

I have also started using the mineral buckets, and the mares and fillies using these buckets has tremendous coats, and are in great condition, what has surprised me is how long the buckets last once the horses have been using them for a while.”.

-  Andrew Spalding, Hedgeholme Stud Darlington, United Kingdom