Product placement in Tack shops is key to getting noticed. Why do I say this? Well if it wasn’t for a busy day at Lady Chapel Stores, I would not of come across these amazing PlusVital products, the Effivet Farm Liquid & The Effivet Farm Hydrogel. Little did I know that they were exactly everythingContinue reading “Product Review – PlusVital Effivet”
I will never underestimate a pair of gloves again!! It surprised me how far my hand could go up there but Jesus it was never ending!
Over the past year I have found it quite hard to find a supplement to help support Dante and his every growing body. As he is quite the large animal, training him & working his muscles without the proper support was not exactly ideal. We went through spurts where he gained incredible muscle then droppedContinue reading “Product Review – Equitop Myoplast”
We’re back with another edition of our Grill the Equestrian series. Earlier this month we booked our trusty equine dentist Mark Kane to come out and give the troublesome twosome their 6 month check-up. We’ve both used a few dentists in the time that we’ve had Coco and Dante and we can honestly say thatContinue reading “Grill the Equestrian – Mark Kane, Equine Dentist”
In this third installment of our Grill the Equestrian series, we’re delighted to introduce Ruth Boland, Veterinary physiotherapist. We both have the pleasure of calling Ruth our go-to physio for our horses. She is a lady in high demand which speaks volumes to her talent. She has helped us immensely with keeping both Coco and Dante in tip top shape, so we just couldn’t resist grilling her for more information on the work she does.
While some injuries require immediate vet attention, there will be times when you can assess and treat the injury yourself. Below I will outline some common horse injuries & go through how to spot them and how to treat them.
After some great weeks of fun and progress myself and Coco have hit an unexpected roadblock.
Saddle sores can be quite a painful problem for horses so if the problem ever arises it’s always good to have a remedy on-hand so you can begin treatment immediately.