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T'is the Season to go Eventing!

Mar 18, 2019

It is March, which for many horse enthusiasts means only one thing- the Eventing season is under way! The 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 Scientific Nutritional Products delves into the sport of Eventing...

Coping with Cold Weather!

Dec 03, 2018

In the past week the weather has taken a turn towards much colder temperatures in much of the UK. A change in temperature means a change in management for our horses and ponies which can provide a challenge for equine owners, so it is important to be clued up in order to handle the adjustments to your horse or pony’s care! One of the main factors to be borne in mind is your horse’s nutritional...

Managing your Horse on Decreased Summer Pasture

Sep 06, 2018

This Summer the majority of us in the UK have had hot, sunny and rain free weather. Though most of us enjoy these sunny days - boosting vitamin D levels, topping up the tan and relaxing in the warmth, the hot weather is NOT ideal for the condition of our horse’s pasture! The powerful sun can bleach, weaken and dry the grass during peak summer time and it can therefore loose a big percentage of ...

Tackling your Equestrian Goals for 2018

Feb 21, 2018

As the days start to get longer,  many equestrians are getting their horses fit and ready for the 2018 season. Whether your goals are to get your horse up to full fitness after a layoff period, or to achieve competition ambitions in your favourite discipline, now is the time to draw up a plan! Preplanning helps everyone reach their goals and having a staggered process of increasing workload, a...

Managing with Mud this Winter

Dec 14, 2017

With the Winter upon us here in the UK this means colder and wetter weather. With each season different challenges present themselves to us as horse owners and the winter means mud! This can compromise the health of the skin and the hooves alongside presenting a management challenge! Scientific Nutritional Products takes a look in our latest blog… The horse’s hoof is composed of a similar compl...

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