HorseMax Paddock

Paddock Grazing Mix

% Cultivar Species
25% SOLOMON Intermadiate perennial ryegrass
15% BOYNE Intermediate perennial ryegrass
35% GLENVEAGH Late perennial ryegrass
15% MAXIMA Strong creeping red fescue 
10% PROMESSE Timothy


  • Very good sward density
  • Suitable for a hay crop if desired
  • Hard wearing sward
  • No tetraploids as high sugar grass can lead to laminitis
  • Any extremely versatile equine mixture

10kg pack size

14-16kg/acre (35-40kg/ha)



Scale 1-9, where 9 = best or most pronounced

Long term horse grazing with an option to produce a quality hay crop. HorseMax Paddock is designed using diploid Perennial Ryegrasses, Timothy and Creeping Red Fescue. Sward density is a key consideration as both grazing and winter feed are often produced from the same area. Timothy is much favoured by horses and in particular gives hay a sweet smell and is very palatable. Creeping Red Fescue is key to keeping the sward together and because of its growth habit quickly repairs the turf when damaged by hooves.