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Selecting the Right Supplements for Your Horse

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Selecting the Right Supplements for Your Horse
Choosing the right supplements for your horse can significantly impact their health, performance, and well-being. Various factors such as increased workload, travel, competitions, aging, and specific health conditions can alter their nutritional needs.

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Why Essential Balancer is the Ideal Summer Feed for Your Horse

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Why Essential Balancer is the Ideal Summer Feed for Your Horse
Find out why Saracen Essential Balancer is the ideal summer feed, beyond just offering the ultimate Saracen Shine.

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Understanding Gastric Ulcers

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Understanding Gastric Ulcers
Gastric ulcers pose a significant concern for competitive horses. In racing horses, Equine Squamous Gastric Disease (ESGD) is frequently identified, with some studies indicating that 80-100% of horses in training may be affected. Endurance horses during the competition season may exhibit ESGD in 66-93% of cases.

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What measures can be taken to avoid the occurrence of ulcers?

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What measures can be taken to avoid the occurrence of ulcers?
Minimizing stress and adopting suitable feeding practices are key in reducing the risk of gastric ulcers. Incorporating preventatives like Equestra Equine Omeprazole can offer additional support. Explore expert tips to mitigate ulcer development...

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Keeping Your Equine Friends Calm During Fireworks 🐴🎆

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Keeping Your Equine Friends Calm During Fireworks 🐴🎆
As Fireworks festivities extend into January alongside the Dubai Shopping Festival, it becomes a challenging period for your horse. Being instinctively prey animals, horses tend to react to loud noises and flashes with a natural response of flight, perceiving potential danger. This panic-induced flight response can induce stress and pose a risk of injuries to both the horse and its handler.

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