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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 ...

Safety when Hacking and the UK’s Bridleways

Jun 23, 2017

The warmer weather and longer evenings June has brought, has inspired we equestrians to get out hacking and enjoying the countryside! However in order to enjoy hacking our horses and ponies to the full it is essential that we are up to speed with our riding and road safety knowledge and where we can ride off the road to enjoy the UK’s bridleways. Our horse’s are flight animals and this means t...

Keep Calm; it's Only a Horse Show!

Apr 20, 2015

With spring in full swing and the summer months on the horizon many avid horse riders are eagerly anticipating the show season. But does your horse or pony become anxious at shows and events? A competition atmosphere can, for some horses and ponies, produce stressful environment bringing new sights, smells and surroundings but keeping your equine calm at a show is vital;  not only for your pe...

Exclusive Update from Dressage Rider Nicola Gillespie

Oct 31, 2013

Scientific Nutritional Products are proud to support Scottish Grand Prix Dressage rider Nicola Gillespie Crolla and her team of horses. Nicola is the current Scottish Dressage Champion at Advanced Medium and Prix St George level. She bases her whole yard of horses on Competition Horse Supplement alongside a range of our other products after initially using a Scientific Nutritional Products supp...

Beat the Bugs!

Aug 16, 2013

The late summer including the August and September months can results in our fields and pastures becoming riddled with pesky biting insects, midges and flies. This time of year seems to bring the sight of our equines tossing and flicking their heads and tails and twitching their skin to rid themselves of these pests but what can we do as dedicated horse owners to assist our equines in keeping t...

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