Category: Performance Horse

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Is Your Horse’s Diet Making Him Hot?

Can what you feed be making your horse a little crazy? The short answer is yes, it might be. Diets high in simple carbohydrates, like the sugars and starches found in some concentrates (those high in grain and molasses), can cause a horse to have hormone fluctuations that lead to anxiousness and excitability.

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Feeding Horses in Drought Conditions

During drought conditions, pastures may not provide enough fi­ber and energy to meet your horse’s nutrition requirements. Feeding additional hay may be necessary. If additional calories are still needed, consider a high-fat supplement. Horses should consume at least 1.5% to 2% of body weight per day in forage. Supplemental forage in the form of hay or hay cubes may be needed.

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Myo-Guard™: What’s inside the bucket?

Myo-Guard was developed to sustain optimal performance in horses of all types. It provides a blend of antioxidants that support healthy muscle function during training and competition. Horses with healthy muscles have more stamina and strength, are quicker to recovery after vigorous exercise, and are less likely to develop muscle disorders.

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