Equine Nutrition

Riding Tips and Hints with Brett Cantle There are many elements and parts of a good technique. Everything that you read in the following posts is what I have learnt from others, and works for me. If you have another way of going about it that...

As we bring our horses in to prepare them for the upcoming year of competing, no matter what your chosen discipline is there are a few important things that you can do to help reduce your horse’s risk of developing gastric ulcers. Equine gastric ulcer syndrome...

What type of grass is your horse eating? We all know that horses are designed to eat grass and in most cases the greater the percentage that grass contributes to the overall diet, the better it is for the horse’s health. However, if you have horses...

Many horse owners in Australia are currently experiencing horse paddocks that contain dusty, brown pastures with grass coverage becoming more limited as the dry days go by.  Despite the lack of fresh grass, horses still require a balanced diet and to provide this, horse owners...

Chances are if you have ever discussed feeding your horses with me you would have had to answer a few questions such as, “What kind of feed do you use and how much of it do you feed?”  Usually I get an answer that goes...