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Coping Strategies for Equines and Fireworks

Oct 29, 2021

During Autumn many people looking forward to hosting parties or attending public fireworks events. This annual, traditional event in the UK offers a fun, colourful and exciting display of fireworks amidst a crisp, autumnal evening. However our equine friends sadly, often don’t appreciate the festivities. In our latest blog we take a look at this tricky time of year and how to best manage your h...

Box Clever for Stress-Free Travel!

Apr 14, 2021

If you are an avid competitor or simply want to box your horse to sponsored rides or hacking sites elsewhere, an equine which becomes stressed whilst loading or travelling can act as an unwelcome stopper to your plans. Now the clocks have changed and with longer days, the opportunity and desire to 'get out and about' is ever increasing,  Scientific Nutritional Products take a look at travel and...

Enjoy Hacking safely this Spring

Mar 19, 2020

Hacking is a great way to get your horse fit and also enjoy the countryside! However in order to enjoy hacking out to the full it is essential that we are up to speed with our riding and road safety knowledge in order to ensure we are safe and our confidence on the roads is up to scratch! Utilising basic safety measures are vital to help you to keep you and your equine safe on the roads. As a ...

Making the Best of Winter Competitions

Jan 05, 2018

If you are keen to compete find out what is going on near you by consulting your local venues websites, Facebook pages or some of the collective online event search websites such as Equo Events or Horse Monkey. Once you have set a show day you then need to decide how to get the best out of your horse on the day and plan accordingly. Scientific Nutritional Products takes a look… Five Top Tips fo...

Keeping ‘Show’ Calm!

Feb 24, 2016

An equestrian event such as a competition can often prove a stressful environment for our horses and ponies. Attending a show or an event brings new surroundings, different sights and smells and often more pressure in their ridden work! Keeping your equine calm at competitions is not only essential for your own safety but limiting stress for both you and your horse is highly beneficial for heal...

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