Reading Labels Part 1 – Equine Supplements Composition

After working on this for more than an hour and barely scratching the surface, I suddenly realized that this will ...

Reading Labels Part 2-Horse Supplements Nutrient Balance

Now all the mathematics is out of the way and you feel you can compare each product and the nutrient’s ...

Horse Feed Requirements – Reading Labels Pt 4

Now that you have supplements sorted out, what about feeds?  Comparing prepared feeds is just about as confusing as comparing ...

Reading Labels Part 3 – Product Quality Management

I thought I was finished.  I celebrated being finished, in fact and then I thought about product quality management and ...

Cobalt – Equine Urinary Cobalt Excretion Study

Urinary Cobalt Excretion in Horses Supplemented with 1 mg Cobalt in Addition to Normal Dietary Levels Background Cobalt is a ...

The Stresses of Equine Travel – How to Combat!

While many people think a change is as good as a rest, horses, by nature, are homebodies.  They like their ...

Tying Up in the Horse

Tying up (Exertional Rhabdomyolysis) is a common cause of poor performance in racehorses and performance horses of all types.  It ...

Lameness and Performance in the Horse

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

Energy and the Topline in the Standardbred Horse

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

Equine Joint Injections – Information and After Care

Any time you put a needle in a joint you run the risk of creating an infection in the joint.  ...

How Protein can Affect Performance in Standardbred Horses

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

Fact Sheet – Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome (EGUS)

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

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 ...

Which Supplement do you Choose for your Horse?

There is a seemingly endless selection of “Horse Supplements” – powders, pastes, and liquids But how do we know which one ...

Managing the Nervous Horse with Pro-Dosa BOOST

Pro-Dosa BOOST is formulated to replace essential nutrients lost in training, competition, transport or stress, so many people use it ...

Equine Conformation – What is Right?

Definition:  Conformation refers to the shape, dimensions, and proportions of a horse, created by its musculoskeletal structure. Wider Definition:  A ...

Equine Ulcers Update – Increase in Occurrence

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

What is Normal when it comes to Horse Health?

How would you know if you have a healthy horse? Did you know that you are the very best person ...

The Rescue of New Live Iris

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

Equine Upper Respiratory Infections and Equine Herpes Virus

Upper respiratory infections are a significant problem across all equine industries and in the racing industry, in particular.  Studies have ...

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