Why Aussie trainers trust GastroAID!

Aussie racehorse trainer, Paul Smith, trusts and highly recommends GastroAID Recovery saying “I had a 2 year old filly and she wasn’t doing as well as I’d like. My vet recommended GastroAID Recovery. Within 2 weeks the results were amazing! It definitely made a difference.” Watch more here: GastroAID Recovery is unique as it provides…

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Why Dr Andrea Boland trusts GastroAID

Equine Veterinarian Dr Andrea Boland BSc.BVMS talks to us about how veterinary knowledge of medication meets supplements and making the transition from medication to management in horses with EGUS and EGGD. As a veterinarian, Dr Boland is really happy and confident to be able to recommend GastroAID Recovery and GastroAID Everyday to her clients, both…

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The Hindgut and Dysbiosis with A / Prof Dr Ben Sykes

Join leading equine veterinarian A/Prof Dr Ben Sykes BSc BVMS MS MBA DipACVIM DipECEIM PhD and Natalie Hackl Technical Manager & Nutritionist BAnVetBioSc (Hons), BEqSt as we explore the Hindgut and Dysbiosis in this final exclusive webinar in our series on Equine Digestive Health and Disease. ⭐️This is simply a must for all horse owners⭐️…

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Does my horse need to be dewormed in winter?

Deworming recommendations have changed A LOT over the past few years. We all used to follow an interval-based approach of deworming our horses every six to eight weeks or, for some, timing it with when the farrier came out. The problem with this approach is overuse of deworming (anthelmintic) drugs has led to widespread resistance….

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EGUS Treatment, Prevention and Management.

Watch webinar two with leading Equine Veterinarian A/Prof Dr Ben Sykes BSc BVMS MS MBA DipACVIM DipECEIM PhD. Session two continues to explore what’s new in Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome (EGUS) and Equine Glandular Gastric Disease (EGGD) with a special focus on treatment, prevention and management. Watch the second in this series of three thought…

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What’s New in EGUS? with A/Prof Dr Ben Sykes

Watch the first in this series of three thought leading webinars that are pioneering the way we think about Equine Digestive Health and Disease with leading Equine Veterinarian A/Prof Dr Ben Sykes BSc BVMS MS MBA DipACVIM DipECEIM PhD. We have had a huge response to webinar one, What’s New in EGUS? with A/Prof Dr…

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Does my horse NEED a supplement?

While we’re all in a varied COVID-19 holding pattern at the moment, we start to re-assess everything. Some of us are continuing to train our horses in preparation for the day we can compete again. Some of us have scaled it right back for the experienced campaigners and brought young horses into work instead. So,…

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What type of hay should I feed my horse?

Aside from pasture, hay is the predominant forage consumed by horses. During certain times of the year, hay may be the only forage available and selecting the right type is an important part of formulating an appropriate diet for your horse. Remember, the general rule of thumb is to provide at least 1.5% of the…

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If you love GastroAID Stabiliser, here is why you’ll love GastroAID Everyday even more!

Update, Upgrade and SAVE with GastroAID Everyday. The time has come and Kelato’s GastroAID Stabiliser has now been discontinued. Why? GastroAID Stabiliser has been superseded by GastroAID Everyday, which has a more advanced and economical formulation for equine digestive health. If you love GastroAID Stabiliser, read on and discover why you’ll love GastroAID Everyday even…

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Laminitis and Hindgut Acidosis – what you need to know.

Laminitis is one of the great the arch nemeses of horses and their owners… Laminitis can have debilitating long-term effects as a recurrent or chronic condition and, at worst, necessitates euthanasia of an animal in considerable pain. So, it’s no wonder we’re all scared of it! When discussing laminitis, you may often come across the…

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Aussie farriers recommend BiotinMAX

When you just need biotin, farriers recommend BiotinMAX CONCENTRATE. We ask an awful lot of an animal who walks on his middle toenails. Humans have recognised for centuries that the foundation of a horse’s soundness lies in his hooves. “No hoof, no horse” is about as basic a principle as there is. Without healthy hooves,…

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Hindgut Ulcers, Fact or Fake News?

As we continue to become more aware of horse gut health, the topic of “hindgut ulcers” is frequently raised. The horse’s stomach can develop ulcers, so does this mean their colon can as well? First, let’s take a look at what the hindgut is and what it does… The horse’s hindgut comprises the caecum, large…

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They all call it “The ZanoBOLIC effect!” It’s that winning look and here is how you get it!

Show season is in the air, comps are coming back and things are getting exciting and you want your horse to look and feel at its best! Now is the time to step out in style and compete at your best with the (not so secret) secret ingredient everybody raves about. As we all know,…

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