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What’s all the Fuss about Magnesium?

By Jayne Hunt, Equine Podatrist – find out more about Jayne on her site Healthy Hooves In recent months you will hardly fail to notice that magnesium is very much
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Ride Local

Whether you’re new to an area or just wanting to get to know your home patch a bit better, the Ordnance Survey now offers customised OS maps centred on any
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Stepping Ahead From Serious Injury

Anyone who has spent a fair amount of time around horses will know they have a nose for trouble, they are always coming up with new ways of giving us
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The Grass Isn’t Always Greener

Horses spend between 16 to 18 hours grazing; whether chomping on hay or nibbling on grass your horse will consume on average 2.5% of its own body a day, no
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Knowledge is Power

Whether you’re dealing with your vet, EP, chiropractor, osteopath, physio or dentist, don’t be intimidated by their experience, take full advantage of their knowledge, ask questions and keep asking until
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Keeping Your Finger on The Pulse

With digital pulses no news is good news – a healthy hoof will have no pulse or a barely discernible tic, a stronger pulse generally indicates inflammation. Every horse is
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