Is Your Horse Healthy? How Do You Know? by Dr Corinne Hills and Kristie Hill

DOWNLOAD PDF VERSION Did you know that you are probably the very best person to determine if your horse is ...

The Rescue of New Live Iris

Below is a story from Michele of New Lives Animal Rescue based in the Waikato, NZ. This organization was established ...

Preparing the Equine Athlete to Perform

We thought it might be an appropriate time to tell you about how incorporating Pro-Dosa BOOST into your final stages ...

Fact Sheet – Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome (EGUS) by Kristie Hill

Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome (EGUS) is a term that covers the damage and ulceration of the stomach lining in the ...

Equine Upper Respiratory Infections and Equine Herpes Virus by Dr Corinne Hills

DOWNLOAD PDF VERSION Upper respiratory infections are a significant problem across all equine industries and in the racing industry, in ...

Reading Labels Part 2 – Nutrient Balance in Supplements – by Dr. Corinne Hills

DOWNLOAD PDF VERSION Completeness Metabolism is quite complex, requiring a broad range of essential nutrients to function optimally.  You can’t ...

Reading Labels Part 1 – Equine Nutritional Supplements; Comparing Apples to Apples? – by Dr. Corinne Hills

DOWNLOAD PDF VERSION Are You Comparing Apples to Apples? (After working on this for more than an hour and barely ...

Equine Conformation – What is Correct? by Dr. Corinne Hills

To get the most out of this article, you really need the pictures that go along with it.  Please download ...

Equine Ulcers Update – Increase in Occurrence – by Dr. J. Stewart

Twenty years ago, stomach ulcers in horses were not a commonly reported problem and veterinary texts listed them only as ...

Cobalt – Equine Urinary Cobalt Excretion Study by Dr. Corinne Hills

DOWNLOAD PDF VERSION Urinary Cobalt Excretion in Horses Supplemented with 1 mg Cobalt in Addition to Normal Dietary Levels Background ...

Equine Vaccination Program for Horse Owners by Dr Corinne Hills

DOWNLOAD PDF VERSION Equine Herpes Virus Equine Herpes Virus is the most common cause of upper respiratory infections. Clinical signs ...

How Protein can Affect Performance in Standardbred Horses by Dr. J. Stewart

Protein features frequently in discussions on feeding, nutrition and performance. Alternately feared and revered, it is part of the bigger picture ...

Energy and the Topline in the Standardbred Horse by Dr. J. Stewart

Peak performance depends on the supply of energy to drive and fuel the working muscles. Providing almost three times as much ...

Lameness, Arthritis, and Treatment by Dr. Corinne Hills

It has been reported that about 90% of poor performance cases can be attributed to lameness, either clinical (obvious lameness) ...

Tying Up in the Horse

DOWNLOAD PDF VERSION Tying up (Exertional Rhabdomyolysis) is a common cause of poor performance in racehorses and performance horses of ...

The Stresses of Equine Travel by Dr. Corinne Hills

DOWNLOAD PDF VERSION This article was first posted just prior to the Horse of the Year show, a championship show ...

Reading Labels Part 3 – Product Quality Management – by Dr Corinne Hills

DOWNLOAD PDF VERSION I thought I was finished.  I celebrated being finished, in fact and then I thought about product ...

Reading Labels Part 4 – Feed – by Dr. Corinne Hills

DOWNLOAD PDF VERSION Now that you have supplements sorted out, what about feeds?  Comparing prepared feeds is just about as ...

GIVE THEM THE BEST NUTRITIONAL SUPPORT TO GET THE BEST RESULTS

GIVE THEM THE BEST NUTRITIONAL SUPPORT TO GET THE BEST RESULTS