Using Natural Supplements for Your Performance Horse

Last month I took my 4 year old mule, Jake, to a training clinic. When we joined the other 13 riders in the ring the first morning, Jake was a bit overwhelmed. He was pretty wound up with all the activity and just a step away from an out-of-mule-body experience. It occurred to me that […]

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Joint Health for Young Horses

Joint health is such a concern these days, especially for owners of performance horses, that it deserves some serious attention. In this issue, we’ll be discussing ways to create and maintain good joint health in young horses. While many horse owners now consider it normal and acceptable to give joint injections to 4 and 5 […]

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Joint Health for Horses Ages 6 & Up

Last month we talked about using nutrition to create healthy joints in young horses, and maintain healthy joints as horses move into performance work. Nutrition is a pro-active way to keep joints from deteriorating even during heavy work. As horses progress in their athletic careers, though, you may need to use a different set of […]

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Building Peak Energy in Performance Horses

Maintaining peak energy in performance horses is always a concern for performance horse owners, especially those who compete speed events. To get the best performance from your horse with the least amount of damage to their bodies you should look at three areas. For muscles to perform at their best you must consider: Fuel Supply […]

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