BetaMARE is finally here to help her keep the balance. Naturally!

BetaMARE is finally here and we are excited! So, what is BetaMARE and how will it help? We’re glad you asked! Kelato’s BetaMARE is a concentrated, standardised chasteberry extract supplement that supports normal balanced behaviour in moody mares to help her keep the balance. Naturally! Chasteberry has a long traditional history of use to help…

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Top Tips for Topline and Shine Shine Shine!

It doesn’t seem to matter what we do with our horses, whether they are high performance or weekend pony clubbers, we all take pride in their appearance. A glossy coat and good body condition are at the top of the list, but one of our most common desires is to have a horse with good…

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Rozzie Ryan knows a winner!

“GastroAID is the headstart you need!” Riding and training at the top of the equestrian world like Rozzie Ryan takes complete focus. This means there’s no room (or time) for anything that doesn’t make tangible improvements to you and your horses’ performance. For this reason, Rozzie has always been careful about the products she uses….

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Bushfire Smoke & Equine Respiratory Health

With the devastating bush fires raging across Australia, many of us are concerned about the effects of smoke inhalation on our horses. And for good reason! Smoke consists of a nasty combination of carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, soot, hydrocarbons and other organic substances such as nitrogen oxides and trace minerals. While us humans can escape…

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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 👇   GastroAID Everyday is particularly beneficial for hindgut health due to the unique,…

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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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