Contributed by: M. West The humble gelding is often seen as being of lesser value than his female counterpart. This is not without valid reason. You can’t breed from a gelding if they somehow become ‘unridable’ & worthless due to injury. That assumption concludes though that just because […]
Some will usher in the new year with trepidation, others a loud ‘Thank God that’s over!”. Wherever you are on the new year rejoicement spectrum be sure to take some time to review the last 12 months as well as plan the next 365 days and beyond.
In most horse sports there is certain level of ‘cliquieness’, ‘snobishness’, ‘bitchiness’ call it what you will.
So they say find a job you love and you’ll never work a day in your life… That’s all fine and dandy in theory but let’s be realistic, there are bills to pay & mouths to feed. Some are fortunate to have great workplaces, whilst at other times […]
Considered a ‘cool’ feed due to their low starch content they pack a massive punch when it comes to protein.
Trending in equestrian circles right now are rechargeable LED safety attachments, available in a range of colours.
Balanced nutrition for the long term health of the horse is too often pushed aside for the short term financial rewards come sale time. This is not a horse specific industry issue. It’s also seen all the time come bull sale season. Buyers claim that they prefer to […]
Soon to hit shelves is an innovative new product entering into the animal health sphere. BioWorma is chemical free and should eliminate the resistance issues that we currently face. It uses a natural strain of fungus – Duddingtonia flagrans – which seeks out and traps the larvae of […]
Today we heard of the sad passing of the phenomenal cutting horse sire Dual Rey. 1994 Sorrel Stallion (3258332) SIRE OF EARNERS OF OVER $37,800,000 Dual Rey, a consistent sire both in the show arena and sale ring can withstand close scrutiny. His offspring have total earnings in […]