Horse Care & Management Articles

SUCCEED Case Study: Sport Horse’s Lameness Troubles Vanish with Healthier Gut

Emma Delport and Roo

Photo: Wayne Jones Photography Very little is more discouraging than an unrideable horse due to lameness or a sudden deterioration in behavior. Except maybe when lameness exams, ultrasounds, X-rays, and other diagnostic efforts fail to reveal the cause. That’s because sometimes... continue reading.

Read SUCCEED Case Study: Sport Horse’s Lameness Troubles Vanish with Healthier Gut Read Article

Ted Robinson’s Top 5 Tips for Raising Healthy Futurity Horses

Ted Robinson’s Top 5 Tips for Raising Healthy Futurity Horses

Breeder, trainer and horseman Ted Robinson is one of the winningest horsemen in the National Reined Cow Horse Association (NRCHA). He’s got seven NRCHA Open Snaffle Bit Futurity World Championships under his belt, and two World’s Greatest Horseman titles to his name, many tha... continue reading.

Read Ted Robinson’s Top 5 Tips for Raising Healthy Futurity Horses Read Article

Visit Our Extensive HORSE HEALTH Section for Detailed Articles On:

  • Specific GI tract conditions
  • Digestive impact on overall health
  • Symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of digestive health conditions
    ...and much more!

Start Reading Start Reading

Vets with Horsepower 2015 British Isles & Ireland Tour

Vets with Horsepower

It’s a creative combination: senior level equine veterinarians, motorbikes, continuing education, and charity. But that succinctly sums up the major elements of the fifth annual Vets with Horsepower Tour, which kicks off on June 22 at the Royal Veterinary College South Mimms Ca... continue reading.

Read Vets with Horsepower 2015 British Isles & Ireland Tour Read Article

Meet Kurt Hughett, 2014 NSBA Heroes on Horses Western Pleasure World Champion

Meet Kurt Hughett, 2014 NSBA Heroes on Horses Western Pleasure World Champion

SUCCEED is proud to have been the title sponsor of the special Heroes on Horses event at the National Snaffle Bit Association World Championship Show again this year. The NSBA offers two Heroes on Horses classes during the World Championship Show. Both are open to veterans with d... continue reading.

Read Meet Kurt Hughett, 2014 NSBA Heroes on Horses Western Pleasure World Champion Read Article

Eventer Jennie Brannigan’s SmartPaks Always Include SUCCEED

Eventer Jennie Brannigan

Most professional riders hone in on one particular discipline early on in their careers, focusing solely on show jumping, eventing, reining, polo or some other specific equestrian sport. Jennie Brannigan, a professional event rider based in West Grove, Pennsylvania, took a slight... continue reading.

Read Eventer Jennie Brannigan’s SmartPaks Always Include SUCCEED Read Article

Ted Robinson’s Top 5 Tips for Raising Healthy Futurity Horses

Ted Robinson’s Top 5 Tips for Raising Healthy Futurity Horses

Breeder, trainer and horseman Ted Robinson is one of the winningest horsemen in the National Reined Cow Horse Association (NRCHA). He’s got seven NRCHA Open Snaffle Bit Futurity World Championships under his belt, and two World’s Greatest Horseman titles to his name, many tha... continue reading.

Read Ted Robinson’s Top 5 Tips for Raising Healthy Futurity Horses Read Article

Monday Myths: Horse Care & Management

Monday Myth: Feed Horses Corn Oil for Weight and Shine

Corn Oil for Horses

Horse owners have widely different approaches to what goes in our horse’s feed. Oats, pellets, chaff, grain and sweet feed have been popular at various times, but nearly all horse owners agree on one ingredient: a glug or squirt of corn oil, poured over the top of the feed. Tha... continue reading.

Read Monday Myth: Feed Horses Corn Oil for Weight and Shine Read Article

Monday Myth: Beet Pulp is High in Sugar & Shouldn’t Be Fed to Horses

sugar-beets

If you’re driving through Minnesota, Michigan or North Dakota in late September or October, you might notice harvesters working hard to get that year’s supply of sugar beets into trucks and on the way to storage facilities. Sugar beets are naturally high in sucrose, so sugar ... continue reading.

Read Monday Myth: Beet Pulp is High in Sugar & Shouldn’t Be Fed to Horses Read Article

Monday Myths: Horse Health

Myths about equine health conditions, symptoms, treatments and more debunked.

Monday Myth: Horse Health Start Reading