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Are You Compeition Ready?
EA Team
5 August 2020
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Are You Compeition Ready?

Are You Compeition Ready? The shows are slowly starting and horses are joining the circuit again. It has been great to see so many riders excited about going out again and back in their comfort zone. It's really important not to forget about supporting our horses whilst they are put under pressure when they are back out at these events.  Equine America has a...

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Can you overfeed supplements? Which supplements are safe to feed together?
EA Team
5 August 2020
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Can you overfeed supplements? Which supplements are safe to feed together?

Too much of a good thing? Can you overfeed supplements? Which supplements are safe to feed together? Most horse and pony owners will be aware of the importance of feeding a balanced diet – providing the correct amounts of nutrients to meet the horse’s requirements, both to help him stay healthy (maintenance requirements), and to either work, reproduce or grow (additional requirem...

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Does your horse need that extra boost?
EA Team
30 June 2020
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Does your horse need that extra boost?

What are B Vitamins and why are they important? B vitamins are sometimes referred to the B Complex, and they are essential to a horse’s health. Bacteria in the hindgut produce some B vitamins, while others are gained from fresh green forage, or fortified concentrate feeds in the horse’s diet. Many horses get all the B vitamins they&n...

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Should you be feeding Pre and Probiotics?
EA Team
15 June 2020
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Should you be feeding Pre and Probiotics?

 Should you be feeding Pre and Probiotics? Modern equine athletes are subjected to many stresses and challenges, including strenuous training and competition programmes, national and international travel, including moving yards, often involving unavoidable changes in forage and contact with unknown pathogens, high starch diets to provide energy, the use of antibiotics following illnes...

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Dealing with Hard Ground this Summer
EA Team
9 June 2020
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Dealing with Hard Ground this Summer

Dealing with Hard Ground this Summer What are the issues that can arise with hard ground? Although many of us are glad that winter is over and therefore so are the deep, muddy conditions that come with it, Summer can bring a whole new set of problems for horse owners. Hard ground can increase the potential for injury to tendons, ligaments, joints, bones and muscle...

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VITAMINS & MINERALS ? Should you be feeding them??
EA Team
5 June 2020
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VITAMINS & MINERALS ? Should you be feeding them??

VITAMINS & MINERALS – Should you be feeding them??   Recent seasonal grass growth data provided by The Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board showed a sharp decline in grass growth as a result of the dry weather over the last few weeks. Even at the best of times, many UK pastures (and therefore hay/haylage) are low in important minerals, including selenium, cop...

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Cushings - Who, What & How?
EA Team
1 June 2020
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Cushings - Who, What & How?

What is Cushings and what are the symptoms? PPID is involves the pituitary gland, which is a gland located at the base of the brain that produces hormones. In those with PPID, the normal mechanisms which control hormone production by the pituitary gland are damaged which leads to an excessive production of the normal hormones from the pituitary. These hormones then enter the circulation and aff...

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What is Sweet Itch?
EA Team
13 May 2020
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What is Sweet Itch?

What is Sweet Itch? Sweet itch or Summer Seasonal Recurrent Dermatitis (SSRD) can affect all breeds and types of horses, ponies and donkeys. It is caused initially by an allergic reaction to midge bites therefore, horses prone to sweet itch can be most commonly affected from March all the way through to November! Sweet itch is the most common allergic skin disease in the UK and affects aroun...

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Wound Care
EA Team
27 April 2020
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Wound Care

When it comes to horses’ wounds, scratches and abrasions are unfortunately extremely common and every horse owner should be aware of how to deal with them. The most common wounds occur on horse's limbs and are caused by foreign objects such as fences, gates, farm implements and building materials. If the wound looks simple and you are confident that it doesn’t overlie an importa...

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The Horses Respiratory System
EA Team
23 April 2020
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The Horses Respiratory System

Seasonal respiratory conditions are frustrating, and sometimes the cause is never identified.  Stabled horses are subjected to a constant respiratory challenge from fungal spores and dust in their immediate environment, and even horses living out can still be affected.  In fact, respiratory problems are the second-leading cause of exercise intolerance and poor performan...

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Why would you hot-towel instead of bathing the horse?
EA Team
17 April 2020
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Why would you hot-towel instead of bathing the horse?

Why would you hot-towel instead of bathing the horse? Hot-towelling your horse is great for winter deep cleaning, or a quicker wash in the spring months if it’s not quite warm enough to fully bath your horse or pony. Hot-towelling can be an easy way to accomplish a sparkling clean horse in the winter, and particularly useful for cleaning your horse after they have worked, with a quicke...

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Do you think your horse suffers with ulcers?
EA Team
16 April 2020
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Do you think your horse suffers with ulcers?

Do you think your horse suffers with ulcers? Horses are designed to trickle feed – grazing for up to 16 hours a day. This means that they need to constantly secrete acid to help digest this almost continual source of food entering their stomach. A grazing horse will also produce up to 9 gallons of saliva a day which as well as lubricating the food, also acts to buffer or neutralize the ac...

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EA Team
25 March 2020
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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Service Update

As the Covid-19 situation develops, so do the measures required by us to safeguard our customers and staff whilst adhering responsibly to the government directives that are designed to protect us all. It is a worrying time for everyone, but rest assured Equine America is doing everything it can to support you and the welfare and wellbeing of your family and animals. Website and Customer Serv...

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LAMINITIS AFTER A WET WINTER AND COVID-19
EA Team
9 March 2020
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LAMINITIS AFTER A WET WINTER AND COVID-19

LAMINITIS AFTER A WET WINTER AND COVID-19   2019/2020 has been one of the wettest winters we have experienced in a long time! Now the days are warming up and the daffodils are sprouting, this means the spring is coming! With the sun shining on the grass all day sugar volumes will begin to increase. Grasses will not have converted the sugar they synthesise during the day into fibre for g...

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Mud Mud Mud
EA Team
22 January 2020
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Mud Mud Mud

Who else is struggling with turnout, muddy conditions and unhappy horses? Mud fever is similar to a person having chapped hands or lips — the horse’s skin can become very inflamed and sore. Pink skin under white hair is more sensitive, but dark skin can be affected too. Whatever the trigger, the skin will become red, crusty and scabby and the legs will become swollen. Sometimes the ...

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THE HORSE'S IMMUNE SYSTEM
EA Team
13 November 2019
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THE HORSE'S IMMUNE SYSTEM

The horse’s immune system  - when to provide extra help!  Why is the immune system important and when are horses at risk? The role of the immune system is to defend the horse’s body against foreign invaders which may cause disease or infections – including bacteria, viruses, fungal invaders, foreign proteins or parasites – sometimes collectively referre...

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Tips and hints to help reduce stress around Bonfire night and other firework displays
EA Team
18 October 2019
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Tips and hints to help reduce stress around Bonfire night and other firework displays

Tips and hints to help reduce stress around Bonfire night and other firework displays Many people love firework displays, and are prepared for, and even enjoy the loud bangs and colourful flashes of light! However, horses and ponies are “fright and flight” animals (and of course they don’t know its Bonfire night) so unexpected loud noises and flashes of light in the ni...

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Magnesium Deficiency
EA Team
18 October 2019
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Magnesium Deficiency

Magnesium is the talk of the yard. Ask yourself is your horse getting enough? A key catalyst for all cellular reactions in the body, magnesium deficiency will affect multiple areas of horse health including energy production, muscle tension, immunity, bone health, fertility and temperament to name a few. Most of us who work with horses will immediately look for low energy and irritability as po...

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SUPPLEMENTS - WHEN, WHY & WHAT?
EA Team
26 September 2019
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SUPPLEMENTS - WHEN, WHY & WHAT?

When and why your horse may benefit from a supplement, and what to look for when choosing supplements By Deborah Lucas MSc.Eq.S.,CBiol., R.Nutr. Recent research has helped us achieve a greater understanding of the nutrient requirements of horses and ponies – in other words- what they need to obtain from their feed to stay happy, healthy, and able to enjoy life! There are situations...

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CONDITION & WEIGHT MANAGEMENT OVER WINTER
EA Team
24 September 2019
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CONDITION & WEIGHT MANAGEMENT OVER WINTER

Winter can be a challenging time for horse owners with fewer day light hours and dealing with cold, wet and muddy conditions. It can also be a time when some horses, particularly older horses, really struggle to maintain their weight and condition. Horses that live out can require a third more energy than those stabled and naturally poor doers need to have their weight managed constantly to avoid ...

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BEHIND THE SCENES WITH RORY GILSENAN
EA Team
6 September 2019
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BEHIND THE SCENES WITH RORY GILSENAN

Yesterday we visited Rory & His Family at their yard. Stay tuned for our new video coming soon thanks to Oatey Media Purchase EA Bloom & Condition Pellets and 50% of the money raised from every sale will go directly to Rory and his family. Additionally all through September we will be donating 20% of every order placed via www.equine-america.co.uk Or simply donate at gof...

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#ROOTINGFORRORY
EA Team
30 August 2019
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#ROOTINGFORRORY

Our great friend, show producer Rory Gilsenan was diagnosed with an aggressive brain tumour at the tail end of 2018. Shortly after being diagnosed Rory underwent surgery to remove the tumour followed by a course of chemotherapy and radiotherapy. Less than three months later Rory returned to the show ring and last month Rory won not one but two Working Hunter Titles at Royal International...

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EXPLAINING CORTAFLEX
EA Team
24 May 2019
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EXPLAINING CORTAFLEX

As joint supplement comparison tables have caused confusion through limited and even inaccurate information, we thought we would include a brief explanation of the Cortaflex supplements, as they are unique in the marketplace, and often misrepresented when compared with other joint supplements! The Cortaflex  range were amongst the first joint supplements to be widely and successfully ...

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No Additional Colourings
EA Team
27 February 2019
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No Additional Colourings

Please note that  some of  the colours and consistency of our powders / liquids may vary from batch to batch. This is because we are delighted to report that we are now manufacturing all the Equine America (UK) products in the UK, using certified facilities with the highest standards of safety and production. Although Equine America (UK) products have always been free from prohibit...

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Tips and hints to help reduce stress around Bonfire night
EA Team
17 October 2018
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Tips and hints to help reduce stress around Bonfire night

Tips and hints to help reduce stress around Bonfire night and other firework displays Many people love firework displays, and are prepared for, and even enjoy the loud bangs and colourful flashes of light! However, horses and ponies are “fright and flight” animals  (and of course they don’t know its Bonfire night) so unexpected loud noises and flashes of light in t...

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BREATHE EASY
EA Team
9 August 2018
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BREATHE EASY

The respiratory system of the horse is highly evolved for running. The gas exchange surface area in humans is approximately the size of one third of a tennis court however the gas exchange area of the alveoli of a horse is about ten tennis courts in area! ?  Despite these adaptations the horse’s respiratory system is the limiting factor for athletic capacity. While galloping, al...

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Cortaflex HA Super Strength Solution has been improved
EA Team
25 June 2019
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Cortaflex HA Super Strength Solution has been improved

CORTAFLEX HA SUPER STRENGTH SOLUTION -  the new and improved version now containing Super Fenn. Cortaflex® HA Super Fenn Solution has been especially formulated to provide optimum joint support for performance, racing and competition horses, or older horses with significant levels of wear and tear. Shop Now...

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LAMINITIS
EA Team
10 August 2018
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LAMINITIS

Even though we have had no rain and it looks like the grass hasn't been growing, with the sun shining on the grass all day sugar volumes are increasing. Grasses will not have converted the sugar they synthesise during the day into fibre for growth overnight. This means the grass will remain high in sugar in the day. ?????? The sugar rich grass will stimulate an insulin response that ca...

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HICKSTEAD SPEED DERBY WINNER 2018
EA Team
29 June 2018
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HICKSTEAD SPEED DERBY WINNER 2018

Our Brand Ambassador Matt Sampson winning the Hickstead Speed Derby on Topflight True Carlo in a winning time of 2.39 sec. Matt uses Equine America products to keep his horses on top form.

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THE DERBY MASTER- WILLIAM FUNNELL
EA Team
29 June 2018
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THE DERBY MASTER- WILLIAM FUNNELL

William Funnell rides to victory again in 2018 winning the Hickstead Derby for the 4th time. This year William was riding homebred Billy Buckingham by his own Billy Congo. William a previous three timee Hickstead Derby winner with Cortaflex Mondrian in 2006, 2008 & 2009.

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THE HOOF AND NOTHING BUT THE HOOF!
EA Team
26 April 2018
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THE HOOF AND NOTHING BUT THE HOOF!

BIOTIN XTRA Powder, fortified with Aloe Vera and Sea Buckthorn, to support healthy hooves as part of a balanced diet. 20mg of Biotin in every 50g serving. Available in a 2kg  re sealable bag with scoop. For best results use in conjunction with Equine America Hoof Balm 

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