GastroHEALTH

GastroHEALTH Ingredients: What, How and WHY THEY WORK!

Natalie explains GastroHEALTH’s ingredients, what they are, what are the live Pre and Pro Biotics in GastroHEALTH, what they do, how they work and how the ingredients combined in GastroHEALTH can benefit total gut health and nutrition in your horse. Kelato Equine Nutritionist and Technical Manager, Natalie Hackl (BAnVetBioSc (Hons), BEqSc) gives us an easy…

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GastroHEALTH GastroAID

GastroHealth and GastroAid Digestive, what’s the difference?

Our horses are individuals with individual health requirements. Making a decision on which Gut Health product will most benefit your horse can be difficult to navigate for horse owners. Kelato Animal Health Equine Nutritionist, Natalie Hackl (BAnVetBioSc (Hons), BEqSc) explains the differences and promotional benefits of GastroAID Digestive and our brand new product GastroHEALTH. Find…

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Pectin & Lecithin – What’s all the fuss about?

Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome (EGUS) The high prevalence of gastric ulcers occurring not only in performance horses, but leisure/pleasure horses and those out at pasture, increases the need to identify substances that help promote optimal stomach health. While the drug omeprazole prevails as the most effective treatment for gastric ulcers in horses, there is a…

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Take the brakes off potential with nutrition

What you feed can have a huge impact on how well your horse performs. Nutrition, supplies the protein to build muscle and the energy to fuel muscle, but there is much more to feeding the performance horse than just providing energy and protein. Let’s be clear though, nutrition is never going to improve a horse…

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Chelate Minerals

Why do chelated minerals matter for horses?

Chelated (Key-lated) minerals are minerals already bound to a small piece of protein. For minerals to be absorbed they need to be attached to a protein or a sugar which is easily absored in the small intestine. Chelated minerals don’t rely on this ‘attachment’  happening by chance, as they are all ready to be ‘smuggled’…

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Improve your horses coat

5 Steps to Improve Your Horse’s Coat

Presentation is everything! A healthy, shiny coat and deep cleansed skin can make an instant impression. Here are five tips which will help you to achieve an eye-catching show coat. Tip 1 Improve Skin Condition: In the past, few people bothered about the horse’s skin health. Everything was to do with gloss and sheen. Long…

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Feeding for strength

Feeding for Strength

Feeding for Strength – Why you Need Supplements for Power, Strength and Topline Does your horse need body strength? Leg strength? Energy? Power? Read on to see how your horse can benefit from supplemented chelated minerals. Want body and leg strength? In order to gain strength and muscle, your horse needs to have an adequate…

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Jessica Tainsh

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The preparation in the lead up to riding at the prestigious Melbourne 3 Day Event is intense for any rider but doing it while juggling a ‘normal job’, a professional stable full of horses, a burgeoning saddlery business plus everything that goes with being mum to a busy two year old, and we’re talking a…

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Kelato Emergency First Aid Kit

Because Accidents Do Happen

Accidents happen, and when they do, you need to be prepared. With this handy kit, there is no need to run around gathering supplies. Simply bring out the kit and treat the injury and get your horse back on track. The Kelato Emergency First Aid Kit is a comprehensive kit that contains all the first…

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Elizabeth Griffiths

Elizabeth Sobecki is a 27-year-old Adelaide local Para-Equestrian rider campaigning for the 2020 Paralympics in Tokyo….

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