Achieving the Calm Healthy Horse
Pine Nut Wild Horses photographed by John T Humphrey
Horses are adapted, and thrive in, semi-arid (DRY) environments; it is by removing them to more temperate climates and confining them to small areas, thereby subjecting them to unsuitable forage & feed, that is the root cause of the health, movement & behaviour issues that have become so rampant.
Just like riding, nutrition is both a science and an art.
The science is about understanding the critical roles that minerals, vitamins and other nutrients play in running the equine metabolism, combined with the art of reading & evaluating the individual horse in his fluctuating environment.
Fluctuations in the weather, the seasons, fertilisers and pasture management alter the nutrient composition of the pasture grass which ultimately affect the metabolism of the horse.
Utilizing the information on this website will be a game changer for achieving your calm healthy horse.
Observe ~ Compare ~ Adjust ~ Review!
The answer is not about getting the ‘horse right’,
but about ‘getting it right for the horse.’
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