Newsletter of the Month

October 2020 Newsletter – Breeding Advice

Starting with the right mare is one of the
keys to successful breeding. At the start of
the breeding season, mares should be in
good body condition but not overweight,
and should be up to date with their
vaccinations, deworming, dentistry, and
farriery. Read more


May 2020 Newsletter – Broodmare Care

Autumn and winter are generally a quiet time of the year when it comes to horse breeding, so it
is easy to forget that broodmares require year-round management to remain healthy, produce
a healthy foal, and be in good condition to get back in foal when the time comes. If a mare’s
health is neglected over this time, it can have a huge effect to the next breeding season.


July 2020 Newsletter – Physitis of foals

At this time of year it is important to monitor your foal’s limbs closely. We frequently see physitis (causing limb deformities) in 3-9 month old foals, particularly the larger, rapidly growing ones.


August 2019 Newsletter 

Why and how assessing and maintaining proper hoof balance plays a critical role in promoting good performance and long-term soundness for your equine athlete.


July 2019 Newsletter 

Mud fever can be one of the most annoying problems people face as horse owners. Read our July 2019 newsletter to find out more.

May 2019 Newsletter 

Wounds are very common in horses. When assessing and managing these wounds, it is crucial for you to know when to call a vet and it is is also crucial to have a basic understanding of general wound care.