Amelie and her horse have struggled with persistent thrush for a long time. You can read here what ultimately made them successful.
Almost every rider knows the smell of thrush that hits you when you lift the hoof of an affected horse. But what exactly is thrush and how does it arise? We explain that here.
Every year flying tufts of fur are hard to ignore. An unmistakable sign that the coat has started to change. What happens in the horse's body and how can you support your horse in terms of feeding? You can find tips on how to do this here.
A healthy gut is of great importance for the health of the horse. In order to support the intestine in its function, intestinal rehabilitation can be carried out. Here we explain how intestinal rehabilitation works and what benefits it brings.
Have you ever wondered what happens to the feed that you give your horse to eat? This blog post explains how digestion works and also gives interesting insights into the inside of the horse.
Summer is coming and the minerals are going. In our new blog post we explain what the most important minerals are and how you can support the horse in terms of feeding when it is hot and after strenuous work.
Horses can also get sunburn. In this blog post, you will find out how you can protect your horse from possible sunburn and what can help alleviate an already existing sunburn.
In our blog post on the subject of heat, we give you tips and suggestions on how you can best protect your horse from oppressive heat and how you can cool off a bit. A checklist for the next hot spell will help you with this.
Every horse can get a crate. But what exactly is a cross crate and how is it created? We deal with this in the third and last part of our topic series "Causes of muscle tension in horses".
In the second part of our series on “Causes of Muscle Tension in Horses” we deal with the disease PSSM: How does PSSM arise? What are typical symptoms and what can I do about them?
In our topic series "Muscle tension in horses" we deal with three different potential causes. In Part 1, we explore a lack of nutrients as a root cause.