As the UK recorded its hottest day of the year this week, how should we be managing our horses in the hot weather?
Did you know that the rate at which your horse breaks down nutrients and converts it to energy is dependent upon the amount of activity they do?
Joint supplements for horses with arthritis are often a hot topic of conversation across social media, with owners making claims…
Why do we feed horses a balancer? Or should we feed horses a feed balancer? First off, a horse balancer does not improve their balance, it is always good to get that one out of the way first.
As horse owners we always want to do the best for our equine friends, giving them the best care, the best nutrition, the best of everything. But do we ever stop to think, “why are we feeding them this?”.
The weather outside is frightful, but the prospect of another winter with your horses certainly doesn’t need to be. The best defensive tactic against cold-spell woes? A robust offensive strategy
As riders we all have our post-exercise routines. Whether this is simply walking the horse off and a basic wash down, or whether you’re washing down with warm water, or maybe the application of a massage rug.
Eventing is a rigorous exercise challenge, similar to the human triathlon, that tests the physical ability and skill of both horse and rider during three separate phases:
As Championship Meets across the UK heralds the nearing conclusion of competition season, thoughts are turning to equine care during the rest period.
A naturally occurring prohibited substance (or NOPS) is one that is either naturally present within certain ingredients or that occurs as a result of inadvertent cross contamination during processing.