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Laminitis is a common disease and is the second biggest killer of horses and ponies in the UK. It is a disease frequently seen in overweight horses and ponies in the spring, summer and autumn, although not all overweight horses will get laminitis and not all horses with laminitis are overweight. 

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Getting the balance between condition, power and performance during a busy season can be problematic especially for good-doers or competition horses that have plenty of natural energy. Kristina Hall Jackson explains why Essential Balancer is a must have in her feed room to ensure her horses "have the correct energy levels to perform when asked". Find out more....

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"Its good to know that he gets all the nutrients he needs from just 2 cups a day!". Essential Balancer is a firm favourite with our Northern feed advicer Sarah Rushby, find out why....

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EQUI-JEWEL® is a great addition to any diet to help provide concentrated calories without the fizz, helping to maintain optimum condition. 

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Hannah received feeding advice from our northern feed adviser Sarah Rushby who recommended Essential Balancer for her Hannoverian x called Hanz. Hannah was looking for a feed to tick all the boxes whilst he was still growing and recovering from a septic pedal bone, but didn't require any additional calories as he maintained his weight well. 

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Saracen Horse Feeds would like to wish Don farewell in his well-earned retirement from top level sport. 

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Following eighteen months of extensive research and development, Saracen Horse Feeds are pleased to launch a new look RE-LEVE®-MIX. 

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Following the successful launch of RE-COVERY Mash in 2019, Saracen Horse Feeds are excited to launch a new 1.5 KG travel pouch addition. Designed to be fed as and when needed, the resealable pouch is ideal for travelling, competing and after exertion.

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With the UK seeing very little rain over the last 6 months many horses are being turned out onto grazing that is brown, burnt off and not growing. While this is great for helping to manage the waist line of good-doers it is important to remember that horses still need to consume a good level of fibre on a daily basis to ensure optimal digestive health as well as reducing the risk of unwanted behaviours, such as wood chewing. This is especially important for horses that are turned out 24/7 who may not currently be receiving enough forage from the grass alone.

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Renowned for always putting his horses first, World Ranking Show Jumper Harrie Smolders is the latest rider to choose Saracen Horse Feeds...

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