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Archive | April, 2015

15 April 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Futurity and Feet – Trials and Tribulations

A few months ago, I wrote a blog about my yearling that I had purchased with a view to eventually producing her as a competition horse. Wilma is now rising two and has been trialling Equimins Hoof Mender 75 Supplement Powder. Wilma is a very mixed bred horse being half thoroughbred, then a quarter each [...]

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What do you use…James Mann?

In this month’s ‘What do you use?’ we speak to James Mann about his 17.3hh Irish Draught gelding, Tom. “I’ve owned Tom since October 2012.  My parents bought him for me to help with my studies as I had just enrolled onto an equine course at Salford College.  I am now coming to the end [...]

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What causes laminitis?

The spring grass is coming through, and that means that we as horse owners should be vigilant when it comes to laminitis and obesity in our horses. For horses and ponies that have previously had an episode of laminitis or are at risk of laminitis, this is more important than ever. Although the condition is [...]

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Keep flies away this spring and summer

Extra Strength Fly Repellent

If your horse is bothered by flies every year, make this year different and invest in quality fly repellent products from Equimins. We have a range of four different fly repellents as well as Biting Midge Cream to help keep your horse fly free and happy all summer long. Here’s a quick guide to our [...]

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Tips for horses with sweet itch

If your horse has sweet itch, there’s no doubt that you’ll be doing all you can to help keep him comfortable over the spring and summer months. Sweet itch is an unpleasant condition that needs careful management year on year as it cannot be cured. Here, we share our top tips on managing horses with [...]

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