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Common worms and the damage they do to your horse

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Becky Statham, 21 July 2014 10:43

Small Redworm These small, 1cm long, parasites are probably the most serious internal parasite, causing colic, severe weight loss, diarrhoea and sometime death. These parasites are hard to kill as they hide from the immune system within cysts in the gut wall. There’s also widespread resistance to the wormers which are currently available on the market. Roundworm These are large ...

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Shoe Secure test

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Allison Lowether, 01 July 2014 12:34

The Shoe Secure is quick and easy to use. It’s unique design covers the heels and back your horse’s front shoes helping to stop him pulling his shoes off during turnout. YH Buyers’ Guide editor Allison Lowther has been using the Shoe Secure on her horse Wish for two years who before using the Shoe Secure would regularly be on ...

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How to create quarter marks

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Rebecca Statham, 30 June 2014 10:32

If you want to make your horse stand out from the crowd, follow our tips from Carl Hester and Charlotte Dujardin’s travelling groom Alan Davies, on how you can make the perfect quarter marks. Used on Valegro and Uthopia, these markings will make sure your horse looks his best in the show ring. brightcove.createExperiences();

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Tackle food-related aggression

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Katy Islip, 30 June 2014 09:58

In our latest Open Clinic video, we have advice from expert Jason Webb on how to tackle food-related aggression. So if your horse has become a bit of a beast at feed time, follow his tips to restore respect, so you can feed your horse calmly and safely. Remember to stay safe by wearing your fastened riding hat whenever you ...

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