Stable legs ... What is that and how do you prevent it?

In autumn and winter many horses are kept in the stable. Standing in the stable a lot can have consequences for some horses. Older horses in particular can be affected. Stable legs are lurking. Stable legs are swollen legs with moisture in them. Why that is ...

Injured horse? This is how you provide the right aftercare

When a horse receives a wound, it does not heal very easily. In any case, after healing, a bald spot or some scar tissue remains visible on a regular basis. As with humans, it is important in horses to take good care of a wound from the start. In some cases, aftercare is even more important than the treatment at the moment.

Vitamin E for your horse. This does it

There are several vitamin supplements for horses on the market, including vitamin E supplements. But what does vitamin E actually do for your horse? And what happens when your horse is deficient in vitamin E? We figured it out for you.

These problems can be caused by eating sand

Sand eating is not healthy for a horse. Horses often eat sand unnoticed, but there are also horses where it is a habit to eat sand. Annoying, especially because this can lead to annoying complaints such as sand colic, for example. We are happy to explain to you in this blog post how this is done and how you can prevent it.

Does your horse suffer from sensitive hooves? This may be the cause

Sometimes horses suffer from their hooves. This sensitivity of the hooves can have many different causes. It can be caused, for example, because they have stepped into something with their hoof, but usually this is caused by a physical problem, namely that the horse cannot (properly) dispose of its waste products.

Deworming your horse ... How does that work?

Worms are another word for parasites. The deworming process involves removing internal parasites. It is a bit of a cat and mouse game, because both the horse and the worms have an urge to survive.

What is summer eczema? | MHS Equestrian

Summer eczema is a known problem with ponies, horses, miniature horses and Shetland pigs. More and more horses are suffering from summer eczema. The itching is caused by a small mosquito.

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Groundwork with your horse: useful exercises | MHS Equestrian

To prepare for the heavier work you can use groundwork to prepare your horse and train the right muscles. Groundwork consists of basic and advanced exercises.

What is Rainrot? | MHS Equestrian

Rainrot is a nasty and in some cases persistent skin condition. However, Rainrot has nothing to do with scab or the scab mite. Rainrot is caused by a bacterium.

How to recognize PPID symptoms | MHS Equestrian

Pituitary Pars Intermedia Dysfunction or PPID is a disease that is much better recognized today. PPID is one of the most common hormone-related diseases for older horses.