Gastric Ulcers in Horses: Signs, Symptoms, and Care for Gastric Ulcers

“Gastric health” is achieved when the stomach of the horse is free of disease and discomfort. Unfortunately, in performance horses the incidence of gastric discomfort is high – reaching up to 93% for many active athletes. Why? The horse’s stomach continuously secretes hydrochloric acid throughout the day and night, regardless of if feed has been […]

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Increase Weight Gain, Decrease Feed Bills, Improve Gut Health

What if there was something to help your horse gain weight, and also lower your feed bills?   Here is a common scenario: you buy a skinny, unthrifty horse. You feed, feed, feed the horse, but you just don’t see any improvement in his or her weight or muscling despite proper nutrition and training. If this sounds […]

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Olympic Dreams are Worth the Wait

Good things come to those who wait. For Olympic medalist Laura Kraut, the yearlong delay for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo was definitely worth it. Kraut was a member of the Silver Medal team representing the USA, and the postponement allowed her to find the ideal equine partner for this year’s event.  “It was very, very fun and worth […]

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