Managing your horse in winter

Winter often reduces the amount of quality time you can spend with your horse. Fewer hours of daylight; cold, wet weather; and heightened chances of ill-health in both you and your horse are all likely to curtail your equine activity.

These factors can have all kinds of knock-on effects on your horse’s wellbeing which mean you have to alter your care and maintenance regime. This guide will walk you through the main things to look out for during the winter to ensure you keep a healthy, happy horse.

Managing your horse in winter

Our guide to what to do for your horse now winter is here takes a broad look at a number of key areas. These include:

  • Nutritional issues such as how much energy to provide.
  • Seasonal health risks like sycamore poisoning and mud fever.
  • Recommended exercise and grooming regimes.
  • Yard and paddock care to ensure the environment is correctly managed for your horse.

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This guide is a must have if you are unsure what is best for your horse over winter. It will take away the guesswork and ensure you care for your horse correctly in the winter months. To download your guide, simply complete a few short details on the form below.

As with all the information we provide, we hope our guide to what to do for your horse now winter is here will give you all the answers you need. If you require more information, please do not hesitate to contact our expert nutritional team who will be happy to help.

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