Steph Mapletoft

Stephanie is our head nutritionist with a first-class honours degree in equine science from the University of the West of England. She leads the nutrition team and helps customers on a daily basis with the nutritional issues of their horses. She is also heavily involved in developing our nutritionally sound range. Have a question about your horse’s diet? Call the Pure Feed nutritional team today on 01458 333 333.
Fuel your horse to help them achieve their best with Pure Performance

Fuel your horse to help them achieve their best with Pure Performance

If your horse needs lots of power, and you want them to look and feel great too, then Pure Performance is the perfect choice for your horse. Help your horse achieve their best with Pure Performance, just like dressage rider Chloe Vell.   Help your horse achieve their...
Help keep your horse healthy on the inside with Pure Gut Support

Help keep your horse healthy on the inside with Pure Gut Support

A healthy hind gut is vital for a healthy horse however it can be affected by many factors. Help keep your horse healthy on the inside with Pure Gut Support; a powerful combination of pre and probiotic to help maintain natural gut balance and assist digestion. Find...
Help build topline with Pure Working

Help build topline with Pure Working

Our Pure Working is great for helping to build topline alongside correct exercise. Whether you are bringing your horse back into work following injury or time off, or stepping up a level with your training, ensuring your horse has got all the key nutrients that they...
More focused and less spooky with Pure Fibre Balance

More focused and less spooky with Pure Fibre Balance

For many of us finding a feed that provides the right balance of sufficient energy for your horse’s workload, helps maintain focus, doesn’t provide too many calories and reduces spooky behaviour can be a challenge. Pure Fibre Balance uses slow release...
Is your horse feed made in the UK?

Is your horse feed made in the UK?

You may have heard of food miles, but have you considered feed miles? It’s a question that is asked more and more frequently, as the impact of food transportation on carbon emissions is gaining wider recognition. That doesn’t just apply to humans and UK horse-owners...