Herbs for horses – Should that be given?

There is evidence that herbs were given to horses as early as 800 AD to increase well-being, for increased strength and stamina or for curing various conditions. During the long history and tradition of herbal medicine, a broad knowledge has been built up around the...

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Feed Supplements for Horses – Is those Necessary?

The necessity of feed supplements for horses is widely debated, some claiming they don't provide any supplements because their basic feeding regime is sufficient. Some report that they don't experience any effect. At the same time, many horse owners provide their...

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Demokritos – Mental Victory with Sedipro

Ulrika Eriksson has been working with the now six-year-old trot racing horse Demokritos since he, as a two-year-old, arrived at the stable where she works. Demokritos was during the first years one of the horse Ulrika cared for and now she has been leasing him for two...

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Magnesium deficiency and horses

Magnesium deficiency in horses is quite common but might not be the first thing to be thought of when the horse has hard muscles, is stressed or overly reactive to things in the environment. The increasing number of horses suffering from magnesium deficiency can be...

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