The body’s oxygen-carrying capacity is determined by the number of red blood cells. A shortage of red blood cells, also called anemia, can lead to reduced performance, lethargy, reduced appetite and depression. The long-term administration of medication, strenuous exertion and stress put a very great strain on the organs and lead to the production of waste substances. If the cleansing function of the liver is not optimal, symptoms such as a dull coat and weight loss can occur. We expect top performance both from our young horses in training and our competition-level horses. Hemachol is a liquid solution that stimulates the production of red blood cells, supports the detoxifying action of the liver and accelerates recovery. The rapidly available energy produces a horse energy boost that they need in order to perform optimally up to the end of the competition.