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How does Katy Green keep her senior

We recently caught up with Katy Green a showing rider...
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A recent weight loss case study- Jo

Redwings Horse Sanctuary: Obesity Case Study Obesity is a major...
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Top tips for supporting digestive h

A healthy digestive system is the foundation of a healthy...
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Supporting senior joint health

We all get a little stiffer as we age, and...
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Feed and management tips for horses

Dental issues are one of the more well-known signs of...
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“SPILL the beans!”- Amy Battle

Competing with an invisible illness!- “Showing care and understanding to...
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Getting ready for winter

Winter throws equestrians its fair share of challenges. Love it...
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10 feed & management tips for m

Nutrition plays a key role in supporting the health and...
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Can you spot an overweight horse?

Obesity is a major welfare issue for horses and ponies...
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Can strip grazing really help to co

For many horses and ponies, grass is the main (or...
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Are balancers expensive?

At first glance balancers may seem like an expensive way...
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Does my horse need a balancer?

Providing a balanced diet plays a key role supporting long-term...
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What is a feed balancer?

With the grass coming through thick and fast, many of...
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HAPPY HOOF™ – Not just for nati

We often tend to think of HAPPY HOOF™ as the...
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SPILLERS continues to uncover the l

SPILLERS™, via the WALTHAM™ Equine Studies Group, has been involved...
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The key to hoof health

  The key to hoof health The saying ‘no foot...
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Voucher offer for British Riding Cl

Thank you for your interest in Fibre Lite Molasses Free...
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Balancer Giveaway Competition

Giveaway now closed. Congratulations to Rebecca Bland who was randomly...
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The benefits of feeding your horse

Whether it contains straw, alfalfa or grass, with or without...
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Does feeding chaff really make your

Horse owners have been adding chaff to meals to extend...
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How to make your horse’s coat shi

The horse’s coat, along with its skin, and hooves, is...
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Biotin For Horses

What is Biotin For Horses? Biotin, also known as vitamin...
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New research shows social behaviour

Social behaviour can influence the body condition of horses and...
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The benefits of alfalfa for horses

Gastric ulcers are common and thought to affect approximately 90...
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Press Release: 2021 SPILLERS Ambass

**Applications now closed. The 20 applicants going through to the...
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Miniature Shetland dementia ambassa

We all know the power horses and ponies can have...
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SPILLERS™ fed filly tops the 2020

We asked Kim Priori of Vitruvian Bloodstock to talk to...
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SPILLERS Winter Survival Guide

Are you a winter-weary equestrian? If hunting is your thing...
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Update: Zilpaterol contamination in

Providing horses and ponies with the highest quality products is...
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What do horses eat?

Horses and ponies are herbivores and mainly eat forage, based...
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Redwings Case Study: Feeding a hay

For most horses and ponies, hay or haylage is the...
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Winter weight loss tips for horses

In theory at least, the secret to loss weight loss...
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Tips for winter weight gain

Poor grazing and cold weather make winter a particularly challenging...
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Winter weight loss tips

Summer bodies are made in winter! If your horse is...
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Why a lack of fibre can compromise

Gastric ulcers can affect any horse or pony regardless of...
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Research shows that diet can help m

Clare Barfoot RNutr, Marketing and Research and Development Director at...
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Laminitis Types, Causes and Treatme

Laminitis Types, Causes and Treatment Laminitis is a word we...
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What type of energy does the dressa

Dressage requires a controlled, focused and athletic performance. Although success...
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7 tips for choosing a balancer

If your horse maintains weight easily (or too easily!) on...
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15/15 correct answers: bingo!

Well done, you selected the correct body condition score for...
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10-14 correct answers: good attempt

It’s really tricky to assess body condition from a photo...
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5-9 correct answers: spotted a few!

It’s really tricky to assess body condition from a photo...
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0-4 correct answers: not an easy ta

It’s really tricky to assess body condition from a photo...
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Vitamins and minerals uncovered

We all know that vitamins and minerals are important but...
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Laminitis: can you spot the signs?

Some of the more subtle signs of laminitis can be...
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Laminitis 101

With laminitis season upon us what better time to brush...
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Twenty years of laminitis research

Did you know that through our work with the WALTHAM...
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Obesity: Feed & Management Tips

Is your horse or pony a good doer? As many...
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Improved recipe for HAPPY HOOF’s

We are celebrating SPILLERS HAPPY HOOF’s  20th Birthday with a...
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Meet Moses

Miniature Shetland pony Moses is the new face of our...
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Feeding oil to horses: everything y

Whether it comes from feed or out of a bottle...
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7 Tips for supporting digestive hea

A healthy digestive system is the foundation of a healthy...
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All the Queen's Horses - Katie

How did you become a rider for HM The Queen...
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What’s the secret to a shiny coat

For horse owners, a gleaming well-conditioned horse is the ultimate...
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7 Tips for Surviving Bonfire Night

Nothing marks the start of winter quite like bonfire night...
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Does your horse need more topline?

Good topline is one element of the ultimate condition that...
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Research shows changes in diet can

It is estimated that 90% of racehorses, 50-60% of competition...
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"SPILL the beans!" - Lou

“The desire for more positive experience is itself a negative...
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Shades of Midnight

Around 20 years ago, Rory Bannerman's small syndicate had horses in...
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"SPILL the beans!" - Jess

Jessie is a two times HOYS Private Drive Champion, three...
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Meet the Team - Jane Smith - Region

What led you to your current role? I saw an...
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"SPILL the Beans!" - Char

Last week, we witnessed Thanks Be, trained by Charlie Fellowes...
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The truth about 'Lite' ba

When it comes to groceries, the term ‘lite’ is often...
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Improved diagnostic testing for ins

Earlier this month, new research carried out in collaboration with...
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Track systems: the latest grazing f

The battle of the bulge is something we are all...
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Bring Your Dog to Work Day

It’s upon us, Friday 21st June is the official “Bring...
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Diet and respiratory health

Horses breathe over 70,000 litres of air per day and...
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"SPILL the Beans!" - Jonn

Jonny Mulligan is a 3* Irish event rider who has...
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Your pony doesn’t necessarily nee

Feeding ponies isn’t always as simple as we’d all like...
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Activity monitors in grass kept hor

Whether it’s a mobile phone or a piece of technology...
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Keep your eyes peeled for subtle la

You may have seen the many social media posts in...
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Golden Horseshoe: An iconic ride

This coming weekend sees the 53rd annual Golden Horseshoe ride...
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7 facts about 'the sunshine vi

With the sun shining again what better time to talk...
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11 Dieting tips every horse owner s

Let’s face it, losing weight is hard work! However when...
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A round up from the Mitsubishi Moto

Following a stellar Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials we wanted...
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To weigh or not to weigh? Why use a

To weigh or not to weigh? Why use a feed...
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Horse Riding in Mongolia

Mongolia – Land of … a far and distant land...
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Millie Dumas - Preparing for her fi

With the world famous Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials just...
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How does high insulin cause laminit

Endocrine (hormone) related cases of laminitis are now thought to...
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Nutrients for Hoof Health

The saying ‘no foot no horse’ certainly holds true so...
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Dietary change and colic: What are

Several studies have investigated the nutritional risk factors for colic...
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7 vital signs that every horse owne

As a horse owner it is easy to think that...
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Salt made simple

If you find the idea of feeding electrolytes confusing you...
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The health benefits of exercise for

Eat less and move more is a familiar message but...
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National Careers Week - Vanessa Ryl

  Vanessa Ryle is a Reporter, Features Producer and Presenter...
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National Careers Week - Etti Dale -

Etti Dale - ACPAT Physiotherapist What made you chose this...
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National Careers Week - Pat Harris

Pat Harris - Veterinary Clinical Nutritionist What made you chose...
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National Careers Week - Alex Ridgew

Alex Ridgeway DipWCF - Director of Motion Horse Ltd   What made...
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National Careers Week - Nicola Jarv

Nicola Jarvis BVetMed, CertAVP(EM), CertAVP(ESST), MRCVS Senior Veterinary Surgeon –...
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Bran: words from the wise or an out

- Bran, often in the form of a bran mash...
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What can the pony’s gut tell us a

We’ve known for a long time that the digestive system...
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Get prepared for the 2019 Eventing

With the 2019 Eventing season just around the corner make...
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Horses or Partners – you decide!

This Valentine’s Day, who is dreaming of going on a...
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Do magnesium calmers really work?

An internet search or visit to your local feed store...
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From Groom to Professional Rider

Following on from the first part in this series where...
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Redwings’ donation news

We are delighted to announce that we have donated £3,038...
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Beetroot for horses: the secret wea

The New Year will have seen many of us ‘go...
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Getting a Racehorse License

Get a speedy thoroughbred, find someone light and crazy enough...
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Is your horse SPEEDY or SUPER?

With the SPILLERS mash menu ever expanding we thought we...
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Being a Working Pupil - part 1

Spending time working with a professional is a great way...
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Mash? The key to hydration

As the weather turns colder, the last thing on your...
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How to burn off the Christmas Calor

Christmas is indeed the most wonderful time of the year...
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Winter survival tips for horse owne

Whilst we may relish an opportunity to stay at home...
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A day with equine physiotherapist J

We asked physiotherapist Janet Barton all about her job, why...
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SPILL the Beans: Millie Bowles on q

12.2hh Welsh B Cottrell Riverdance aka Ronnie is 21 years...
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Highlights in senior horse research

Here at SPILLERS we are proud to have been researching...
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7 reasons why senior horses are sup

Senior horses deserve to be celebrated! Whether they are still...
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When does a horse become old?

With terms like senior, veteran, aged and golden oldie used...
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SPILL the Beans with the legendary

Although he may not thank us for pointing it out...
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***CLOSED***WIN! A portrait of your

***THIS GIVEAWAY COMPETITION HAS NOW ENDED***   Is your horse...
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The first independently veterinary

At SPILLERS we understand how important relationships are and one...
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Introducing our new senior feed ran

We believe all senior horses and ponies deserve to be...
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A beginner’s guide to endurance r

Not one of our better known disciplines in the UK...
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Your horse doesn’t have to be ‘

Some people will be running up to this Halloween in...
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SPILL the Beans: Fiona Burns

With a combined age of 98, Fiona Burns and her...
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9 sugar beet facts every horse owne

Sugar beet has been fed to horses for over 50...
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How can science help to improve the

A few weeks ago, the 14th International Society for Equitation...
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SPILL the Beans: Imogen Murray

We caught up with 4* event rider Imogen Murray at...
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Pony parents

Pony parents. A different breed to your regular parents. Our...
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Forage isn’t enough….

Research has shown that horses on a hay-only diet may...
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Vitamins & minerals: why more d

Although required in relatively small amounts, vitamins and minerals are...
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What happens during thoroughbred sa

Come the summer, many studs and breeding yards are preparing...
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William Fox-Pitt shares his Burghle

Burghley Horse Trials is world famous for being stunningly picturesque...
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Seaweed supplements: are they reall

Seaweed supplements have become a popular choice amongst horse owners...
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Shortage of forage – don’t pani

After one of the longest coldest winters we have had...
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Are you a Burghley Boffin?

With the world famous Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials just...
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My first equine nutrition conferenc

By India Thomson, SPILLERS Care-Line Nutritionist When I was asked...
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New research: pull forces and neck

Have you ever wondered how much force it takes to...
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Get the best out of a sponsored rid

Sponsored rides are a popular activity for horse owners during...
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SPILL The Beans: Justine Armstrong-

Justine Armstong-Small is a professional show rider having won at...
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Rain brings welcome relief but hidd

We knew it would happen, weeks of scorching temperatures and...
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New research: Sycamore poisoning in

Last year we published a blog to help raise awareness...
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How to impress the judges in the sh

With the Royal International Horse Show commencing this week we...
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SPILL the Beans: Toby Pigott

Toby Pigott is the latest addition to Team SPILLERS.  Described...
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12 tips for feeding your horse duri

With the UK set to have one of the hottest...
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Can diet really improve your horse

When talking about condition, ‘topline’ features frequently in the horse...
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A day in the life of a stallion at

Have you ever wondered what’s it like to be a...
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A Beginner’s Guide to Showing

Following on from our ‘A beginner’s guide to eventing’ blog...
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A guide to a horse owner’s car

If you own a car and you own a horse...
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Imogen Murray: Stars of the future

Off the back of a fantastic results at Badminton, we...
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Turmeric for horses: what do we rea

Turmeric has received a great deal of attention in recent...
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A beginner’s guide to Eventing

Ever wondered what the difference between a CCI and CIC...
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SPILLERS showcases research on cari

Professor Pat Harris, head of the WALTHAM Equine Studies Group...
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Riding Clubs – why aren’t you a

The British Riding Clubs Association really does have something to...
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Your (horse feed) questions answere

A few weeks ago we asked you to share your...
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SPILL the Beans: Jeanette Brakewell

Jeanette Brakewell’s legendary eventer Over To You (Jack), who is...
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Old school equine habits

Sometimes the golden oldie ideas we’ve adopted over the years...
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Horse Metaphors, straight from the

Horses have been the inspiration for many common metaphors but...
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Get a grip! Choosing the right stud

Whether you are riding on the flat, show jumping or...
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The truth about feed allergies

Food allergies in horses are often suspected but in reality...
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SPILL the Beans: Caroline Fryer Rac

Caroline Fryer is a National Hunt and Point-to-Point racehorse trainer...
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Build up to Badminton with Harry Dz

The Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials is finally here! All...
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New senior research shows even heal

New research, conducted in collaboration with SPILLERS shows that even...
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Getting your horse back into work a

If there is one thing we can be 100% sure...
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A horse owner's guide to PPID

PPID is one of the most common endocrine (hormonal) disorders...
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Highlights in laminitis research

Did you know that through our work with WALTHAM, we...
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[Laminitis Awareness] Weight manage

Winter is finally over. Spring is here, the sun is...
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FAQ’s on our Care-Line to do with

On the Care-Line we often get some unusual and wonderful questions...
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Laminitis: Know the risks, spot the

With such potentially devastating consequences, it’s no surprise that laminitis...
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SPILL the beans with Vanessa Ryle

We’ve been chatting to At The Races & The Arena...
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Horse Racing Syndicates

A day out at the races is great fun and...
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9 spring grass facts every horse ow

Spring has finally sprung! Whilst horsemen and women have sworn...
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Badminton Brain Buster

SPILLERS has been the Official Feed Supplier to the Mitsubishi...
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Equine Careers

Considering a change in careers? Wanting to incorporate your love...
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Highlights in equine obesity resear

Although not a new problem, equine obesity is becoming a...
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Andrew Hoy: Being an Olympian

With the Winter Olympics over and the Winter Paralympics drawing...
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Do ponies grow up to be horses? And

Last week, our Senior Nutritionist asked her non-horsey father to...
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How to Body Condition Score your ho

In our blog ‘Can you recognise an overweight horse’, we...
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Wondering what the Wobbleberry Chal

Have you heard about Hannah’s Willberry Wonder Pony Charity and...
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Competing at University

In case you didn’t read Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU...
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Horses working 9 - 5pm

It’s not just humans that have to earn their keep...
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Introducing new SPILLERS Happy Hump

With the recent news that Camel racing is to be...
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Why understanding your horse's

Dr Pat Harris, Director of Science here at SPILLERS, gave...
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The Saddle Research Trust

A change in your horse’s performance or behaviour may be...
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How to build your horse's cond

If the recent cold snap has left your horse looking...
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[Dine & Shine] Meet the Conditi

Back in December we recruited some of you lovely horse...
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[Dine & Shine] 5 ways to create

What’s better than someone complimenting you on your luscious locks?…someone...
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Top tips to improving your dressage

Want to be top of the leader board after you’ve...
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[Dine & Shine] Shine from withi

Just like a new car or a sparkly diamond ring...
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Taking your horse on holiday

With foreign travel becoming more expensive, staycations have become increasingly...
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High starch diets could lead to a f

A blood test to measure the level of circulating adrenocorticotropin...
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Confessions of a horse owner

As horse owners we all know that on some occasions...
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New study investigates horse owners

A new study, supported by SPILLERS, in collaboration with the...
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Building your own yard from scratch

For many of us it’s a lifetime dream to build...
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Your 2018 Equestrian Year Planner

It’s a good time of year to get some key...
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Does alfalfa chaff cause gastric ul

Two recently published studies reported that feeding alfalfa chaff increased...
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Harry Dzenis: Getting horses fit af

It takes a lot of careful planning and hard work...
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2018 Horsey Bucket List

Well if New Year’s resolutions are all about giving something...
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Updated advice on feeding forage to

Earlier this year a review paper entitled ‘Feeding conserved forage...
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If a horse celebrated Christmas…

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, everywhere we...
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It's Quizmas Time!!!

As the festive season is in full swing and the...
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Understanding Equine Metabolic Synd

Equine Metabolic Syndrome or ‘EMS’ is a hot topic amongst...
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5 safe Christmas Day treats for you

It’s Christmas! Time to eat, drink and celebrate with our...
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Horsey life hacks

  A life hack is a trick, shortcut or novelty...
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Tips to managing winter excitabilit

This time of year we often find that as our...
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Numbers in Equine Digestion (NED)

We’ve teamed up with the Horse & Hound to introduce you...
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Fussy Feeders – Finding something

If you have a fussy feeder, finding something they fancy...
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New research scores internal fat in

Obesity is a growing problem and whilst it is relatively...
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“SPILL the beans!” – Greg Blo

Greg Block has recently won the Riding for the Disabled...
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2017 Eventing season round up

What an amazing year it has been for British eventing...
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Getting your horse fix at Universit

For many horsey people, starting university means leaving their furry...
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New partnership with Stallion AI Se

We are proud to announce an exciting new partnership with...
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How to keep your grey horse clean

Winter is well and truly upon us, and with winter...
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Can you recognise an overweight hor

Obesity remains a welfare crisis in the UK, particularly amongst...
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Other yard jobs you can do in 60 se

With the recent launch of our brand new SPEEDY-MASH Fibre...
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Feeding Hay Replacers

During winter, many owners will be thinking about supplementing their...
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The history of soaked feeds

The horse world is no different to any other sector...
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Keeping Racehorses Sweet

Regardless of your discipline, for those of us who compete...
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SPILL the beans - Alex Van Tuyll

In our new series ‘SPILL the Beans’ we get to...
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Introducing SPILLERS SPEEDY-MASH Fi

What is it? For the last two years here at...
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Volunteering – How to get involve

Have you ever wanted to get involved with an equine...
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Unusual Horse Breeds

From Shires to Shetlands, Thoroughbreds to Welsh ponies, we’ve seen...
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London Fashion Week (the equine edi

As horse owners, most of us would admit to spending...
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Podgy pony weight management tips

Do you own a chubby pony? If the answer is...
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How to convince your non-horsey par

For those of us who have non-horsey partners, trying to...
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Top 5 horse themed TV shows from th

We’ve come up with the ultimate list of horse themed...
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Getting the best out of Burghley

If you’re planning on spending a day, the weekend or...
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Angus Smales - designing cross coun

When flying around a cross country course, you may not...
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Balancing different nutritional nee

With so many products on the market, we understand that...
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Confidence is key

Whether you are a horse owner, rider or groom at...
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Horse photoshoot – DIY

We all love a good selfie, especially a cheeky selfie...
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Shadow of the Leicester Wall – An

From the 17th to 24th June, Leicestershire-based conservationist David Murray...
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Charlie Fellowes: How to keep a rac

Racehorses are the ultimate equine athletes. Their power and performance...
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Balancers are (almost) calorie free

The promise that some balancers are ‘conditioning’ is one of...
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Balancers: a cost effective solutio

With price a tag of close to £40 in some...
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Balancers don't provide signif

We are all familiar with the phrase ‘too good to...
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All Balancers are Non-Heating – F

Choosing a feed for an already excitable horse can be...
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Lite Balancers are not lower in cal

In the supermarket, ‘lite’ typically means less calories so you...
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New research proves diet can help t

New research conducted in collaboration with SPILLERS is the first...
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Riding side saddle – not just for

If you’re a fan of period dramas such as Downton...
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Caring for your horse after cross c

You’ve just flown round inside the time at your first...
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RoR - Part 3: Starting Competition

Over the last few weeks, we’ve heard from Katie Jerram...
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SPILLERS Weighbridge Clinic: What t

We have two nutritionists, Gina and Isabel who travel the...
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Yard vs. Desk job

Yard vs. office job - This is a lifelong debate...
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WALTHAM Research Presented at Leadi

SPILLERS was the only UK feed company to have research...
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New Research: Live vs. 'Dead&#

Probiotics are live organisms (either yeast or bacteria) thought to...
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RoR – Part 2: Starting Work

With one of the highlights from the racing calendar, Royal...
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Steven Franks on the prestigious Hi

Ahead of the Hickstead Derby, we caught up with Steven...
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Get the most out of your day at the

Now that Royal Ascot is in full swing, we have pulled...
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RoR – Part 1: Fresh out of traini

The term ‘Retraining of Racehorses’ (RoR) was first coined by...
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First time staying away at a compet

If you haven’t done it before, staying away at a...
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How much sugar is there in my horse

In recent years, sugar has been getting a bad reputation...
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What to look for when buying a new

Buying a new horse or pony is exciting, but it...
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How many calories do I burn when...

We’re at panic stations! It is now very close to...
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Atypical Myopathy (Sycamore Poisoni

There have been 224 European cases of Atypical Myopathy or...
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Latest Advice on Managing Senior Ho

SPILLERS was the only UK feed company represented at the...
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WALTHAM Science wins Prestigious Aw

A paper published in collaboration with WALTHAM has been selected...
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Imogen Murray's Badminton Hors

With Badminton less than 2 weeks away, we caught up...
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How To Teach Your Horse To Load : R

By Andie Vilela, Education & Campaigns Manager, Redwings Horse Sanctuary...
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How To Transport Your Horse : Advic

by Andie Vilela, Education & Campaigns Manager, Redwings Horse Sanctuary...
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Warm-Up Exercises for Dressage: Oli

Olivia Towers represented team GB as both a Junior and...
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SPILLERS Invests in Senior Horse Re

The equine population is ageing and - with improved veterinary...
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What Do Horse Owners Cherish Most A

Every day is a special day with our horses, but...
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A Horse's Guide To Owners

Dear Newbie, welcome to our yard! I’m going to give...
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The New SPILLERS Fibre Range

With SPILLERS Cool Fibre and SPILLERS Senior Fibre having recently...
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Oscar Winners 2017: Best Equestrian

As the truth unveils about 'envelope-gate' and other Oscar 2017...
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10 tips for feeding horses with gas

Gastric ulcers, (or EGUS) are now recognised as a common...
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Last minute Valentine Date Ideas…

It’s Valentine’s day tomorrow and we know how important it...
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A New Beginning for a Racehorse

Yorkshire based charity, New Beginnings, looks after former racehorses both...
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Many Clouds: One in a Million

The racing industry and his followers were saddened by the...
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Choosing the right horse supplement

The team at the WALTHAM Equine Studies Group give vet's...
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4 of the best horse riding holidays

Now January is finally out of the way, it’s time to...
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Feeding your horse to keep weight o

Whilst January is a month of cold mornings and trying...
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All About Alfalfa

Alfalfa has been fed to livestock since the ancient Greek...
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New Year Goals For Horse Owners

Happy New Year everybody! We have no doubt that some...
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Dietary change and colic: What are

As winter brings cold weather, poached fields and reduced turnout...
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Winter treat ideas for your horse

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Christmas songs...
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SPILLERS' 2016 Care-Line Highl

It’s been a great year here on the Care-Line at...
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Professional Riders: All I Want For

The festive season is well and truly upon us and...
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Introducing SPILLERS Alfalfa-Pro Fi

The latest addition to the SPILLERS portfolio is a high...
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Staff crisis in the racing industry

A National Trainers Federation survey conducted in 2015 suggested that...
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A Horse Owner's Christmas

With less than 35 days until Christmas, we thought it...
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New research sheds light on laminit

A recent study conducted in Denmark by Luthersson et al...
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To Rug, Or Not To Rug?

With the UK's rapidly changing weather conditions, comes the British...
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5 things you may not know about Vit

Vitamin D has long been referred to as ‘the sunshine...
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[Interview] Nikki Crisp: Why dressa

Our final blog to celebrate the SPILLERS Professional Rider of the Year...
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Naturally Occurring Prohibited Subs

NOPS in the Stable Yard Most horse owners know that...
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Feeding horses forage this Winter

  With temperatures dropping and frost setting in, paddocks may...
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Top 3 Equine Apps Around

Google and YouTube are a riders best friend for all...
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A day in the life of a racehorse in

DML Racing takes SPILLERS behind the scenes of their yard...
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Tips for feeding the excitable comp

To celebrate the Horse and Hound Professional Rider of the...
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Laminitis: An Autumn Flush

As the days suddenly start to draw in and the...
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SPILLERS Most Memorable Eventing Du

With the eventing season nearing a close, we couldn’t help...
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All About Balancers

All About Balancers Horse feed balancers are often misunderstood and...
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10 Essential Body Condition Scoring

Body condition scoring is a method of practically assessing the...
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8 Unexpected Celebrities Who Ride H

As much as we love seeing pictures of The Queen...
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5 of SPILLERS Favourite Competition

From Badminton to Cheltenham, Olympia to the Rolex Grand Slam...
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Grazing Muzzles: Do they really wor

If like many owners you have considered using a grazing...
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Tim Stockdale's Top Showjumpin

Jump like a pro, as SPILLERS Competition Nutritionist, Yvonne Judith...
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Horse Feeding: The 10 Golden Rules

As a horse owner, you probably know about the rules...
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Iron: Do you know the facts?

Of all minerals, iron is the one that often seems...
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Energy vs. calories: is there a dif

During the summer months when excess weight is often a...
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Should you be able to see you horse

One of the biggest challenges many horse owners face during...
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Horse Feed Balancers: What Are They

With the grass coming through thick and fast, many of...
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Warm weather feeding

The warmer weather is (hopefully) here to stay for the...
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10 Tips When Restricting Forage Int

Keeping your horse’s waistline in check can certainly be a...
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Electrolytes: What are they and doe

By definition, electrolytes are mineral salts which become electrically charged...
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My SPILLERS Weigh Clinic Experience

Darcy Eagle gives us an account of her recent SPILLERS weigh...
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What To Expect From A SPILLERS Weig

Aspiring eventer, Becky Davies, shares her thoughts of her first SPILLERS weigh...
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The Ultimate Checklist For A Sponso

Abbey Ridley, from the SPILLERS marketing team shares her top...
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Laminitis: Managing your Laminitic

The weird and wonderful UK weather so far this summer...
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How Electrolytes For Horses Can Hel

Have you been out and about with your horse, making...
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Gelding or Mare: Which would you bu

Kelly-Anne with her youngster gelding, Zeus. As you start...
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Feeding sugar beet: the facts

As a horse owner, you’re bound to know someone who...
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The truth about protein

When it comes to nutrition, one of the fundamental things...
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Seaweed supplements: what you need

Seaweed supplements have long been promoted as an effective vitamin...
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Can supplements make your grazing s

Laminitis is one of the most researched and talked about...
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Myths about molasses

Over the last few years, ‘molasses’ has become somewhat of...
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Feed allergies: what you need to kn

Feed allergies are a common concern amongst many horse owners...
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The effect of soaking and/ or steam

Soaking or steaming hay either in an attempt to reduce...
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Does feeding hay in double or tripl

Equine obesity is rising and many owners are concerned about...
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How horses make us happier

Equine therapy, also known as horse therapy, treats people with...
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How does Katy Green keep her senior

We recently caught up with Katy Green a showing rider...
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A recent weight loss case study- Jo

Redwings Horse Sanctuary: Obesity Case Study Obesity is a major...
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Top tips for supporting digestive h

A healthy digestive system is the foundation of a healthy...
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Supporting senior joint health

We all get a little stiffer as we age, and...
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Feed and management tips for horses

Dental issues are one of the more well-known signs of...
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“SPILL the beans!”- Amy Battle

Competing with an invisible illness!- “Showing care and understanding to...
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Getting ready for winter

Winter throws equestrians its fair share of challenges. Love it...
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10 feed & management tips for m

Nutrition plays a key role in supporting the health and...
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Can you spot an overweight horse?

Obesity is a major welfare issue for horses and ponies...
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Can strip grazing really help to co

For many horses and ponies, grass is the main (or...
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