SUCCEED® Blog:

Where #SeriousHorsePeople come to better understand digestive health in horses and its impact and management.

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Managing GI Health & Feeding SUCCEED for Foals

How the Foal’s GI Tract Develops The length of the neonatal digestive tract is approximately one-quarter that of the full-grown adult horse. Different parts of the system grow and develop at different rates. Initially, the […]

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7 Pro Tips for Feeding & GI Health at Long Horse Shows

If you’ve ever gone on an extended vacation—more than a week, let’s say—you know how challenging it can be to pack. Now think about taking your horse on the road for more than a few […]

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Myth: Feed Horses Hay Before Grain

One topic that often comes up among horse owners is whether to feed hay or grain first. Because horses expecting grain will often paw at their stall doors or whinny, some people tend to give […]

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Let Show Horses Be Horses

What is your mental image of a normal horse? For the serious equestrian it may include a BCS of 4.5, a well-muscled topline, a sleek hair coat, well-groomed mane and tail, clipped face, ears and […]

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Equitation Science Shows the Value of Equine GI Health

This article provides an introductory look at the field of scientific research and education known as “equitation science.” It introduces equitation science and how it relates to and informs a better understanding of digestive health […]

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Myth: Second Cutting Hay is the Best Quality for Horses

Tired of paying more for second cutting hay than your livestock neighbors pay for supposedly “lower quality” hay from first or third cuttings? Then we have good news for you. It is a myth that […]

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