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Spencer Roe’s Latest Blog

April 17, 2015

It’s nice to be back in the UK now after spending the last seven weeks at the Sunshine Tour in Vejer de la Frontera, Spain. With a bit of down time before I head abroad again, I now find the time to write an update for you all. So here’s what I’ve been up to [...]

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Complete Condition from Mollichaff

April 2, 2015

Has your horse or pony lost a bit of condition over the colder winter months? This can be due to several factors but the most common are a lack of good forage when grazing is poor and no increase in calories. Horses need to burn more calories during winter in order to keep warm. Making [...]

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Spring Feeding With HorseHage and Mollichaff

March 4, 2015

Spring can be an important season for horse owners, with the competition season getting underway and the change in weather, which should allow many horses to be turned out. Adjustments may need to be made to feeding regimes to allow for changes in work and daily routine. Whatever the time of year, though, good quality [...]

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HorseHage to Continue with Sponsorship of BRC’s Volunteers Club

March 3, 2015

We are pleased to announce that we will be continuing with our sponsorship of the Volunteers Club within British Riding Clubs (BRC) for 2015. Local riding clubs are so important and without the help from volunteers, many shows and events that take place throughout the year would not be able to run. Over 33,000 horse [...]

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Nine Out Of Ten Horses Prefer HorseHage!

January 30, 2015

We recently  conducted a survey of horse and pony owners and the findings were impressive. Our primary research established that 92% of owners in our survey said their horse or pony preferred Ryegrass HorseHage to their usual forage. The survey also showed that 6% of horses surveyed showed no preference. The majority of the horses [...]

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