When exploring your horse’s nutrition the growing range of feed balancers could leave you feeling a bit unsteady, so we spoke to independent nutritionist Dr Teresa Hollands to bring some harmony to feed time.
Being well prepared is paramount when it comes to travelling abroad with horses. British Eventing looks at what you need to know when preparing for your first event overseas.
Riders and their support teams will spend many hours on the road, from travelling to and from events to the essential training, fitness and schooling sessions. Here are some tips to keep horses and humans safe when travelling.
Dodson & Horrell’s Head of Nutrition Catherine Rudenko gives her top tips for feeding the performance horse, and international event riders Harry Meade, Laura Collett and Jesse Campbell share the feed of choice for their horses.
Winter brings plenty of horse health challenges, most notably conditions associated with wet and mud, such as mud fever. British Racesafe Junior team vet Spike Milligan, and equine vet and event rider Katie Brickman explain how best to combat and manage it in the event horse here.
We’ve only just started to understand how much poor sleep impacts on our mental and physical health, but does it affect horses in the same way? Early research is suggesting ‘yes’, and competition results, or even rider safety, could suffer as a result.