A grain and molasses free, highly fortified pellet feed. Ideal for ponies, miniature horses and easy keepers, as well as horses with insulin resistance, metabolic disease, founder/laminitis and Cushing’s.

A reduced-calorie, high fiber pelleted diet perfectly balanced for ponies, miniature horses and mature horses that have a tendency to become over- conditioned (easy keepers), which includes many horses diagnosed with Cushing’s. Thanks to its heavily fortified formula, two pounds of Triple Crown Lite provides the same amount of vitamins and minerals that are normally provided in five to eight pounds of competitor feeds.

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Crude Protein (min.)
Lysine (min.)
Methionine (min.)
Threonine (min.)
Crude Fat (min.)
Omega 3 Fatty Acids (min.)
Omega 6 Fatty Acids (min.)
Crude Fiber (max.)
Calcium (min.)
Calcium (max.)
Phosphorus (min.)
Magnesium (min.)
Potassium (min.)
Copper (min.)
130 ppm
Selenium (min.)
2.30 ppm
Zinc (min.)
515 ppm
Iron (min.)
515 ppm
Manganese (min.)
360 ppm
Cobalt (min.)
2.50 ppm
Vitamin A (min.)
11,000 IU/lb
Vitamin D (min.)
2,000 IU/lb.
Vitamin E (min.)
305 IU/lb
Riboflavin (min.)
4.60 mg/lb
Thiamin (min.)
9.10 mg/lb.
Biotin (min.)
0.40 mg/lb
Ascorbic Acid (min.)
80 mg/lb
Saccharomyces Cerevisiae Yeast Culture (min.)
1.816 billion CFU/lb
Lactobacillus Acidophilus Fermentation Product (min.)
908 million CFU/lb
Enterococcus Faecium Fermentation Product (min.)
908 million CFU/lb
Cellulase* (Trichoderma Longibrachiatum Fermentation Extract) (min.)
0.68 million CU/lb
Protease** (Bacillus Subtilis Fermentation Extract) (min.)
1,430 HUT/lb

Wheat Middlings, Soybean Hulls, Dehydrated Alfalfa Meal, Distillers Dried Grains, Ground Limestone, Monocalcium Phosphate, Dicalcium Phosphate, Salt, Yeast Culture, Hydrolyzed Yeast, Hydrated Sodium Calcium Aluminosilicate, Dried Lactobacillus Acidophilus Fermentation Product, Dried Enterococcus Faecium Fermentation Product, Anise Seed, Fenugreek Seed, Dried Trichoderma Longibrachiatum Fermentation Extract, Dried Bacillus Subtilis Fermentation Extract, Zinc Amino Acid Complex, Manganese Amino Acid Complex, Kelp Meal, Copper Amino Acid Complex, Lecithin, Magnesium Oxide, Iron Amino Acid Complex, Magnesium Proteinate, Selenium Yeast, Ferrous Sulfate, Zinc Sulfate, Manganese Sulfate, Calcium Carbonate, Copper Sulfate, Cobalt Sulfate, Ethylenediamine Dihydroiodide, Brewers Dried Yeast, Vitamin E Supplement, Ascorbic Acid (Source of Vitamin C), Niacin Supplement, Biotin, Vitamin A Supplement, Thiamine Mononitrate, Beta Carotene, Calcium Pantothenate, Riboflavin Supplement, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Vitamin B12 Supplement, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Choline Chloride, Menadione Sodium Bisulfite Complex (Source of Vitamin K Activity), Folic Acid, Flaxseed, L-Lysine. (Free from Restricted Ruminant Protein Products per Title 21, CFR 589.2000/2001)

Feeding Directions

Triple Crown Lite is designed to be a palatable feed for horses that will provide a desired intake level of supplemental minerals and vitamins without encouraging excessive weight gains. Triple Crown Lite should be fed to horses that have a tendency to become overweight or are receiving less than 4 pounds of grain per day. Triple Crown Lite should be fed in combination with hay and/or pasture, salt, and fresh, clean water. If your horse is being fed more than 5 pounds of grain daily in order to maintain desired body condition, Triple Crown Lite is not recommended.

MATURE HORSES: Feed 1-2 pounds of Triple Crown Lite per 500 pounds of body weight per day. If more than 4 pounds of Triple Crown Lite is required to maintain the horse’s desired body condition a switch to another Triple Crown formulation such as Low Starch may be necessary.

PONIES AND MINIATURE HORSES: Feed 1 pound of Triple Crown Lite per 500 pounds of body weight and adjust feeding rate to maintain desired body condition.

CAUTION: In order to avoid excessive mineral and vitamin intake, DO NOT feed more than 5 lbs. of Triple Crown Lite per day. Chronic intake of excess minerals and / or vitamins can adversely affect the health of your horse.

NOTE: Provide plenty of fresh, clean water at all times. Keep product fresh in cool, dry storage. Examine product daily for mold or insect contamination. DO NOT use product that is old, molded or insect contaminated.

***The following coefficients of variation (cv) can be associated with the carbohydrate analyses. These should reasonably account for both sampling and analytical variation, though as you know, poor sampling can lead to much larger variation. The coefficients of variation (cv) for starch is 10%, WSC is 15% and ESC is 15%. For example, a feed with a WSC value of 10% should be expected to range from 8.5 – 11.5% and a WSC value of 20% to range from 17 – 23%. In addition, there are variables on ingredients between suppliers that could be as much as an additional 5% to 10% per ingredient. Therefore, products, such as TC 30% Supplement potentially would have a smaller variation than TC Lite due to the number of bulk ingredients making up the feed (2 vs. 4).



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by Pam Lavigne on Lite
Great for Cushing Disease

Our horse, Josie, is 19 years old this year and was diagnosed with Cushings Disease 2 years ago in June 2017. She had very long hair all over and did not shed it that summer. She looked like a woolly mammoth. We found out through research that Triple Crown Lite was the best feed for Cushings. She also was prone to founder. This year in June 2019, after 2 years of feeding Triple Crown Lite, she looks like a young show horse. She shed her hair like she was supposed to for summer and is slick and beautiful. She hasn’t foundered since we began feeding Triple Crown Lite either.

by AlisonVale on Lite
Great feed

When I first got my QH gelding I had him on triple crown senior. Eventually, he started to get a bit too porky on it and we switched him to the lite feed. This has helped him maintain a healthy weight. Triple crown feed is the best on the market. Why anyone would feed anything else I don’t know. The lite formula is a great option for easy keepers (fat qh’s, Arabs, ponies etc.)

by Carrie Smith on Lite
TC Lite

I started my mare, Maggie, on Triple crown Lite 9 weeks ago and started her on an exercise program. This picture is of Maggie 9 weeks later and lighter.She is off her allergy medication and breezes easily through barrel pattern.

by Valerie Cain and Angel on Lite
Shiny coat & mane & happy, healthy horse!

I rescued Angel last year. She looked very neglected when I picked her up. She has been on Triple Crown Lite, pasture & coastal hay. It was March when we got her. She stayed shaggy longer than my other horses….. Coat & mane shiny, hooves are excellent! I was planning to “re-home” her, but we have decided to keep her. She is very good for endurance! Here is her before and after.



by Tonya on Lite
Looking great on Triple Crown!

I am attaching a few photos of my old guy (he is 30) and let you see how GREAT he looks.  I have had this horse on Purina Equine Senior since he was 19, retired him at 22 — arthritis in back hocks and cataracts.  Had a lot of trouble keeping weight on him.  Tried Total Equine last winter, when I bought my mustang and that’s what he had eaten all his life.  He developed diarrhea on that, switched him back to equine senior.  Still his condition was not good.  Visible ribs, backbone prominent, loss of topline, hip bones prominent.  I think he looks like a million bucks to be 30 years old.  He used to have what I called “old man bumps” around his neck area.  Those are gone.  He has wavy, coarse hair, but it is silky smooth now.  He has been slow just getting in and out from pasture and into his stall for feedings.  Most of the time he just hangs out near his stall, under the overhang.  He is out grazing with other horses and I even saw him trotting along the fence line yesterday.  I am so pleased with this feed.  I have also been giving him 1 cup of Omega Horseshine split between two feedings on top of feed.

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