Tartar Build Up vs Bit/Contact Issues

The fact that dental problems can lead to contact issues and mouth discomfort is a pretty common knowledge among horse owners but having witnessed a great improvement in bit acceptance in a pony with tartar build up I thought I would make a quick note about it 🙂 The pony had mild head shaking issues…

Dancing in the rain – a few positive sides of rainwater and puddles!

Late August in England is a bit like an opening act of drizzles inevitably followed by countless rainy days – you better learn to like them or you enter a season of awaiting for drier months to return. My boots are already saturated and it’s barely started to truly rain 😉 If you know of…

Guest Blogger: Science Supplements. Peak Performance: How To Care Effectively For Your Horse’s Joints

Your horse’s joints go under a lot of strain, particularly during training and competing for performance horses, and it’s an unfortunate inevitability that with age the joints will deteriorate to some degree. Whether this happens due to strenuous competing earlier in life, or simply due to age later down the line, it’s important to know…

Equine Joint Pain Management

When we ask our horses to push their bodies to their maximum capabilities, in order to excel in competition or give us a thrilling ride, it is only fair that we give them all of the tools they need to keep them comfortable, healthy and happy as they do. In any conditioning programme, the bones and ligaments take the longest…