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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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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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Sunhill Bloodstock on yearling prep, gut health in mares and foals and GastroAID Everyday!

They are delighted! Sinead and Patrick of Sunhill Bloodstock explain the benefits of GastroAID Everyday not only in prepping their yearlings for sales, it’s also an integral part of creating great gut health for their mares and foals. Here’s how they did it 👇  …

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LoosenUP

Superhero antioxidants vs free radical villains

Antioxidants are well known for their health benefits in human nutrition and we are often encouraged to eat foods that are rich in these vital nutrients. Luckily for us, dark chocolate and red wine are potent sources of antioxidants… Of course, moderation is key and nutritionists will likely suggest certain fruits and vegetables as healthier…

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Does my horse need to be wormed in Winter?

Worming recommendations have changed A LOT over the past few years. We all used to follow an interval-based approach of worming 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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