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How to help your horse lose weight safely

The Horse Hub asked Katie Grimwood MSc, nutritionist at Baileys Horse Feeds, how we can

Is my horse too fat?

Tamzin Furtado, discusses why horse owners struggle to recognise when their horses are fat Most

How does being fat affect your horse?

The Horse Hub talks to Alison Talbot, Senior Lecturer in Equine Orthopaedics at Liverpool University

How to keep a horse hydrated

Briony Witherow, explains how to tell if our horses are well hydrated and why it


Briony Witherow, has practical nutritional advice for preventing and managing laminitis Whether you’re managing a horse

Building muscle and condition: the nutritional perspective

Briony Witherow, defines ‘condition’ and outlines how to build muscle Topline is a term commonly

Healthy gut – healthy horse

The gastric system of a horse

Feeding the horse with polysaccharide storage myopathy

Briony Witherow explains the importance of correct nutrition when managing a horse that 'ties up'.

Is spring grass the best grass for horses?

Briony Witherow BSc MSc RNutr. PGCERT FHEA, explains why careful nutritional management is vital as

The equine digestive system

Briony Witherow, looks at the anatomy and function of the equine digestive system Abbreviations: SI = Small

What’s in your horse’s feed?

Jennifer Little advises how to navigate the feed bag labels The equine feed market is

Winter feeding for horses

Briony Witherow, takes a look at how the changing seasons affect our horses As we

Boxed in!

Emma Short BSc (Hons), nutritionist at Baileys Horse Feeds, looks at how correct nutrition can aid

About Baileys Horse Feeds

Why Choose Baileys?

Baileys Horse Feeds is still family-owned and run with many of those involved being hands-on horse owners, who feed the feeds and care about how they work, for their own and their customers’ horses. They are also backed by expert nutritional knowledge and understand the practical challenges faced by today’s busy riders.

All the ingredients in Baileys’ feeds are of the highest possible quality and chosen to bring real nutritional benefits, while being sourced and produced with conscious efforts to reduce their impact on the environment. Working to a strict code of feed safety, their feeds are also monitored for the presence of specified naturally occurring prohibited substances so are the choice for top competition and racehorses as well as the family pony.

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