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HorseHage Continues Support of Meirionydd Special Riding Group

November 14, 2013

HorseHage has announced it is to continue supporting the Meirionydd Special Riding Group – a registered charity and member of the Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA) based in the Meirionydd region of Wales – which has been providing riding and horse care opportunities to people with physical disabilities, special needs, behavioural difficulties and mental [...]

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Mollichaff Condition Transforms Monaco Prince!

October 29, 2013

Mollichaff is well-known for high fibre chaffs but the range also features three specialist complete fibre feeds which need no further supplementation other than good quality forage. Included in this range is Mollichaff Condition – a feed which does exactly what it says – it encourages weight gain and condition in all types of horses [...]

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The Importance of Forage In Your Horse’s Diet.

September 24, 2013

Did you know that 70 to 100% of your horse’s diet should be provided by forage? It stands to reason then, that your choice of forage should be the most important feed purchase you make and therefore of the best possible hygienic and nutritional quality possible. Horses have evolved to utilise a high fibre diet, [...]

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The West Riding Rodeos Win West Riding Endurance Challenge!

September 24, 2013

The trophy for The West Riding Challenge which is run within the South Yorkshire Endurance Ride – an annual event organised by HorseHage-sponsored endurance rider, Jeni Gilbert, will stay in the West Riding of Yorkshire for another year after the West Riding Rodeos team took first place. The competition involves teams of three riders – [...]

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Mollichaff Condition Transforms Astral!

September 4, 2013

Astral After MolliChaff Condition Thoroughbred mare, Astral, had a very stressed out nature and struggled to keep weight on, especially during the winter months. Following a bout of colic, she had to have surgery which meant she had to be kept on box rest following the operation. Said owner, Susan Otway: “This proved extremely difficult [...]

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