Biotin is a sulphur containing B vitamin essential for cell proliferation and is the most commonly identified nutrient for improving hoof quality. B vitamins are synthesized by micro-organisms in the digestive tract as a by-product of fermentation. In a healthy digestive system, the horse would be expected to produce sufficient biotin to maintain hoof condition. […]
It was my first Scottish Championships this year, despite qualifying on many different occasions, but it was certainly worth the wait!
In their latest blog the Dengie nutrition the importance to ensure that your horse’s ration is balanced and the certain nutrients that are beneficial for hoof growth.
11-year-old budding event rider Maisie Randle has joined the team of Dengie ambassadors. Maisie started riding when she was 3-years-old and has wanted to be an event rider since the age of about 5.
They always say that horses are great at keeping you grounded, and Corey has given us a worrisome few weeks to make sure we don’t get too complacent.
We catch up with ambassador Libby Gill as she reflects on the past year and passes on her advice to this year's winners of the Horse & Rider Training Bursary Competition.
Hot weather combined with the physiological stress of travelling and competing can increase the risk of dehydration in horses which is likely to compromise performance and recovery.
Pooh has been on flying form as always! Our first event was rather unfortunate as Pooh was too bold jumping, however after a couple of training sessions we've had three fantastic runs!
The roller-coaster ride that is horses hasn’t stopped! Due to exams, the first half of May was very quiet, and June saw me take Larry (Mum’s horse) to Pony Club Senior Camp in preparation for my B Test.
We have been doing lots of training and had a quick trip over to Sheepgate Premier League for the day. It was well worth the early start!
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