How to Reduce Oxidative Stress in Horses

March, 2023 \ by Casie Bazay

Like us, horses are no strangers to experiencing stress. Intense exercise, transport, changes in management routines– these can all lead to stress which may affect a horse’s behavior, appetite, and...

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How to calm a nervous horse

June, 2022 \ by Claire Breitschopf

Published: June 2021 | Updated: June 2022 The horse nervous system can be divided into categories. There is the autonomic nervous system (ANS) and somatic nervous system (SNS). The SNS...

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How to Prep your Performance Horses for Stress

June, 2022 \ by Casie Bazay

Horses are no strangers to stress; in the wild, their survival depends on the ability to use the “fight or flight” response in order to flee predators. So in circumstances...

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6 Tips to Prevent Ulcers in Your Performance Horse

May, 2022 \ by Casie Bazay

Researchers have estimated that 90% of racehorses, 70% of endurance horses, and 60% of show horses are affected by gastric ulcers. This means that many performance horses in western disciplines...

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How to Meet Your Performance Horse’s Nutrition Requirements

April, 2022 \ by Casie Bazay

IS MY FEEDING PROGRAM HELPING MY HORSE PERFORM TO THE BEST OF HIS ABILITY? Are you feeding for top Performance? This is a question that every performance horse owner has...

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The scientific benefits of vitamin C for dogs

July, 2021 \ by Amber Drake

Dogs, unlike humans, are not reliant on vitamin C from their meals. Instead, when given the raw components, our furry companions have a metabolism that produces vitamin C on their...

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