Autumn is here – with rain, wet folds and mud as part of everyday life. The words MUD FEVER makes most horse owners and riders wrinkle their noses. It is one of the most frustrating and unfortunately quite normal ailments we have to bother with in our horses. There is a lot we can do ourselves and take with us in our daily routines to avoid muk. If the damage has occurred, there is still a lot you can do yourself.
Author: Tina Voersaa
The range of leather care products is wide and it can be difficult to find out when it is most advantageous to use the various products. Leather Soap or Leather Cleanser? Both products have in common that they effectively cleanse the leather from sweat, dirt and dirt. Leather Soap is foamed with a sponge, but … Continued
Our riding horses live a completely different life today than the horses in the wild. It is necessary that we keep our horses clean and wash them well when they have sweated and worn equipment (saddle, trense, tire, etc.) Pure water is not enough to dissolve all the dirt and the dried up sweat. It … Continued
Although summer has not started in earnest, many horses have dry hooves already. Careful hoof care is incredibly important to the horse’s health and durability. The good hoof care starts long before we get to the hoof itself, showing feeding, hygiene in the box and regular pruning / shoeing. The hooves grow faster in the … Continued