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Watching Their Weight

After the unforeseeable wet weather we have had over the past week, typical English weather,  the only way is up for the grass. Which can only lead to one thing in some horses and ponies … laminitis! We work so hard in the winter months to keep condition on our beloved four legged friends then… Read More Watching Their Weight

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Weatherbeeta Therapy-Tec

New to Equine Superstore is the Weatherbeeta Therapy-Tec range. This universal technology can be used by horses and dogs. It’s designed to increase your horses muscle function to reduce the risk of injury while warming up by preparing them for exercise. It also assists recovery after work by reducing lactic acid build up which can… Read More Weatherbeeta Therapy-Tec

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Rider Fitness

Riders fitness is becoming ever more popular. Whilst a horses fitness is a major priority for most riders, not all of us take our own fitness into account. More and more people are realising their fitness plays a big role on how their horse performs as a result. An obvious benefit being general fitness helps… Read More Rider Fitness

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The best horse joint supplements : Ingredients Guide

Be warned: you shouldn’t wait until your equine is lame to start using horse joint supplements. As they get older or injuries worsen, changes can become irreversible. Supplements can be beneficial throughout their lifetime. They help younger horses to prevent joint damage and older horses to aid osteoarthritis. Horses’ joints have to cope with extreme… Read More The best horse joint supplements : Ingredients Guide

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Sweet Itch In Horses

What causes Sweet Itch? Sweet Itch or IBH (insect bite hypersensitivity) is a skin condition affecting horses and other equine, including asses and zebras. The condition is caused by an allergic reaction to a bite from biting flies, most commonly Culicoides midges. Specifically, when a horse is exposed to the saliva from biting insects, it… Read More Sweet Itch In Horses