Good nutrition is a vital building block for every horse. Whether they are a youngster, competition horse, retired companion or somewhere in between. They have different needs and it’s our job to make sure they are getting that. Here you can find all of our top tips for feeding your horse.

honeychop plus herbs great for feeding the thoroughbred

I have fed Scottie various chaffs in the time I have had him, from alfalfa with added oil, to low calorie molasses free options. At the time, I never had a problem with these feeds. Scottie looked good on them and he was happy. But since switching to Honeychop, I have started to notice some key differences.

honeychop plus herbs great for feeding the thoroughbred

Last month I was sent a bag of HoneyChop Plus Herbs chaff to review. They are a brand I have always seen at shows but never used personally. However, many of my horsey friends including my riding instructor and a fellow ex racehorse owner both feed HoneyChop products, so when…

ginny the cob, the type to get obesity related laminitis, equine flu

Laminitis is the most well researched cause of lameness in the world. Despite all this research into this condition, it still affects hundreds of horses each year in the UK alone. It’s hard to say whether this is down to a lack of knowledge in the cause of the condition…