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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...

The Veteran Horse

Oct 18, 2017

These days just like us, our horses are living longer as a result of better healthcare, diet and a deeper understanding of science but there are some inevitable signs of age which will affect our horses and dictate their needs for some level of specialist care. A horse over the age of fifteen years old is in fact classed as a veteran, but many of our equine friends go on to enjoy an active, hea...

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...

A Very Horsey Christmas

Dec 23, 2015

The festive period brings a time of frivolity and parties, not to mention great food and fabulous presents. However this exciting time often means that we have less time to spend at the stables with our four-legged friends. The last thing we want to do in “the season of good-will” is to leave our equines without due care and attention, so in our latest blog Scientific Nutritional Products takes...

Essential Electrolytes

Apr 12, 2013

With the Eventing season upon us it is time to get organised and make sure your equine kit contains Electrolytes with MSM and Vitamins; crucial for your horse's recovery after competing. When travelling, competing, in hot and humid environments or when stressed, your horse sweats! This action of sweating is actually beneficial as it allows our horses to reduce their body temperature as the swea...

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