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Monthly Archives: January 2020

Basic Foundations of Feeding

In this day and age of exciting novelties and matchy-matchy gear, the words ‘basic’ and ‘foundation’ can be considered boring. But if you pay close attention to the basics of nutrition, your horse is likely to benefit in their health, performance and welfare.  What are the foundations of feeding? The foundations of feeding are the building blocks that lead to … Continue reading

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Get Your Horse Fit with Coral Keen

Having got many event horses fit to compete over the years, we thought we would share some of International Event Rider, Coral Keen’s top tips with you all… Do plenty of walk work.  This is incredibly important when you start getting horses fit but also something to do at all times when working horses. I think it is a really … Continue reading

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New Year, New Diet

Although horses don’t suffer from the alcohol and unhealthy or excessive food intake that we often do over Christmas, New Year is a good time to overhaul their diets too. Reassess your horse’s performance throughout 2019 and question their diet and feeding regime. Could it be healthier, cheaper, more effective, less wasteful? Making your feeding goals for 2020 If you’ve … Continue reading

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Mares and their Hormones…

It can be easy to forget that mares are entire, like stallions, with fluctuating hormone levels that affect their behaviour. For some mares this can affect their concentration, their trainability and their performance. Can nutrition support help?  Background on mare reproductive cycles The mare’s oestrous cycle is controlled by hormones, which are chemicals that control body functions. The increase of … Continue reading

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