EquiNectar’s Enzymes Tackle Toxins

Dr. Rosemary Waring is a renowned expert in equine health and a co-founder of EquiNectar, a leading company dedicated to improving horse nutrition and digestive health. With a background in veterinary science and extensive research in equine nutrition, Dr. Waring has made significant contributions to our understanding of endotoxins and their impact on horses. Her expertise and dedication to equine health have made her a respected authority in the field. Here we present answers to questions about endotoxins and hindgut disease.

Horse of the Week – BAMBI

Coach House “Bambi” is an American Few Spot Miniature mare, standing at 7.5 hands (30 inches) and aged 13 years. Bambi fulfils three roles: she pulls carriages for events and drives, visits care homes, schools, and hospices, and, most importantly, brings joy and smiles to people.

How a Wet Summer and the Autumn Grass Flush Can Worsen the Signs of Hindgut Disease

The unpredictable nature of the UK weather has taken a toll on horse health this year, with a wet summer and subsequent lush autumn growth exacerbating the risks of hindgut disease. In this article, we delve into how the unusual weather patterns have influenced fructan levels in pastures, the implications for equine hindgut health, and practical strategies for horse owners to mitigate these risks.

With EquiNectar, The King’s Troop RHA Sets Their Sights on Improved Gut Health

Whether it’s thundering across Hyde Park for a royal salute or pulling the guns in precision during a state funeral, the Troop’s impeccably trained horses command admiration. Today, we are overjoyed to announce that The King’s Troop Royal Horse Artillery has chosen EquiNectar to support the digestion and overall wellbeing of these remarkable horses.

Horse of the Week – VINNIE

Brief background: Vinnie finished racing in February but was kept in ridden work by his trainers until I bought him in March. When he arrived, he was in amazing condition and still quite muscular. Then one day, when I was girthing him up, he was really agitated and nearly bit me. This was really out of character, so I knew he was trying to tell me he was uncomfortable.

Caring for your EquiNectar

Introduction: EquiNectar, crafted with a handful of natural ingredients, stands as a testament to nature’s benevolence towards equine health. Its uncomplicated formula, consisting of enzyme-rich malt extract, medium-chain triglycerides, and a minimal quantity of potassium sorbate as a preservative, requires care to preserve its innate goodness. Here’s a concise guide to help you maximise the …

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