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Nutrition

Monday, 8 April, 2019

Specific care to provide to your horse at the end of winter

The onset of spring is a transition period that may seem trivial but that requires a lot of energy to your horse. Find in this article our advice to face this change of season with confidence.

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Thursday, 15 November, 2018

How to feed your horse well? Our advice to manage a stable horse

Like care, horse feeding is essential for his well-being, health and performance. A poorly adapted diet can cause colic or other digestive diseases, and be a daily source of discomfort and stress. In this article, we address the sensitive subject of food. 1. Understanding the nutritional needs of your horse The horse is a non-ruminant ...

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Monday, 28 May, 2018

How to manage the arrival of sunny days

Spring has arrived; the weather and temperatures are nicer! Unfortunately for horses, spring also means insects, diseases and allergies. It is up to us riders, to know them, recognize them and know the proper reaction to have. Insects Insects are a real scourge for horses with the arrival of sunny days. For some horses, ...

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Friday, 4 May, 2018

Our expert dr. Justine Guillaume’s Advices for a Good Post-Effort Recovery

Among the training challenges, that of the optimization of recovery after exercise deserves particular attention. Recovery combines all the processes and strategies set up to allow the horse athlete to regain the integrity of his physical capacities. The point is to optimize the time required by the organism to regain after a performance a ...

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Sunday, 18 March, 2018

How to work a horse right in winter

After looking at the subject of choosing the right clip and/or blanket for your horse in winter (read the article), we are now looking into the right way to work your horse in this cold season. Winter should not be a hibernation period for the horse. Indeed, if you wish to maintain your horse’s ...

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