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T'is the Season to go Eventing!

Mar 10, 2021

It is March, which for many horse enthusiasts means only one thing- the Eventing season which  will soon be under way following an easing of Lockdown restrictions. This thrilling sport, known as the 'ultimate test of horse and rider' captivates the imagination of many but yet requires dedication, hard graft, as well as the optimum health and fitness of our equine partners! In our latest blog Sc...

How do Joint Ingredients work in a Supplement?

Sep 09, 2020

Our horse's joints act to facilitate movement and absorb impact, and over time joints naturally suffer wear and tear, so must be supported! Taking good care of your equine's joints can help to ensure your horse or pony remains comfortable and happy in their work, helping to minimise pain and prolonging their ridden career. Keeping equine joints supple requires a plentiful supply of lubricating ...

Caring for the Veteran Horse

Feb 03, 2020

The winter weather is in full swing here in the UK and the long, cold months can be daunting for any horse owner, but caring for a veteran equine can prove to be even more challenging at this time of year. Scientific Nutritional Products takes a look at caring for the veteran horse in our latest blog… The phrase “long in the tooth” to signify old age came about for good reason, so make sure tha...

Supplementing the Competing Horse’s Diet this Winter

Dec 20, 2019

Are you competing in Show Jumping, Dressage or Driving this winter season? Your hard-working competition horse requires a balanced diet, which alongside providing the fuel to perform, is essential to health and well-being. A good diet blended with the combination of sufficient and correct exercise and training - should be the winning recipe for success! Every equine diet should offer ample for...

Why feed an Equine Joint Supplement?

Mar 01, 2019

This winter has been fairly dry, meaning that we horse owners have been able to avoid the worst of the mud, but the flip side is that in some areas of the country it has resulted in hard ground. This impacts on our equine’s joints as the hard ground can be highly concussive. When this is combined with a colder, damper climate it can be a recipe for stiff joints for our horses and ponies. Our h...

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