Lick a LaminShield!
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Lick a LaminShield!

Rockies’ LaminShield is available as a palatable lick that supplies horses and ponies prone to or at risk of laminitis with a bioavailable form of magnesium. LaminShield provides the horse with Bioplex and magnesium in a calorie free way. It’s easy to integrate into any management system as it’s offered in a free access manner and as it’s a lick, you don’t need to add it to a conventional hard feed ration. Magnesium is an important...

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A diary of life at Strathearn Eventing

Sarah Houlden By the time you read this, the children will be back to school, the miracle summer heat wave over. The Summer shows are drawing to a close and we will be looking forward to the hunter trials season and of course cubing with the young hounds in September. Horses are still enjoying being out at night and we welcome a new livery to the yard – Catherine and Ziggy. A school girl from Morrison’s and her skewbald gelding hope...

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Catching up with Olivia Wilmot

So we are almost through another season! I have entered almost all my events for 2013 and the exciting news is that I  have a new sponsor – Advanced Roller Doors Limited. This has been a mixed season – I managed to fall off a couple of times which  was not ideal.  However, on the plus side Zebedee has moved up to advanced  level at his last 2 events which has been exciting for me. He is now entered for the 8/9 year old...

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Holistic health guru comes to Perthshire

LARRY BENSUSAN holistic health practitioner for horse and humans and author of “The Horse’s Emotions is coming to Flatfield, Errol, Perth on 14th September.  He will be explaining how horses see the world through their different senses. For instance, did you know that horses first smell objects they use their right nostril? In fact smell is possibly the horse’s most important sense, linking directly to the emotions. By understanding...

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SHIATSU for horses

How can a therapy that sometimes appears to do so little, achieve so much? Simple – it is the interaction between giver and receiver that is the key to good Shiatsu.. Quality of touch is most important and allows the practitioner to “talk” to the horse. By feeling what the body is telling you means that techniques, stretches and pressure can be tailored to each individual. So if you are looking for a therapy that gives you more than...

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