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Dr. Lydia Gray of SmartPak Answers Your Questions: Tying Up in Horses (exertional rhabomyolysis)


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Originally Published in the March 2015 Issue of Show Horse Today
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I always see riders using polo wraps on their horses. I was first told that they provide support to the tendons in the horse’s legs.
Then I was told that they are not supportive, but only for protection. Which


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Want to know why your horse needs Omega Fatty Acids?


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Dr. Lydia Gray of SmartPak Answers Your Health Questions: What Are the Best Leg Wraps to Use On My Horse?


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Dana Hokana share tips to make your horse love his job again.


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Watch this video testimonial for Equine Omega Complete from Master Horseman, Will Faerber.


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See how adding Equine Omega Complete added weight, stabilized respiratory issues, and improved hoof condition in one horse.


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Dr. Lydia Gray explains how to treat your horse’s sweet itch.


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Equine Mega Complete is a complete supplement for horses that is made up of organic mechanically expelled soybean oil, meaning it’s not chemically extracted.


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Are There Supplements I Can Use for my Horse’s Colic Pains?


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Read how Equine Omega Complete helped one horse gain weight and utilize his feed efficiently even in the Oklahoma summer.


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Dr. Lydia Gray discusses how to determine the best feed for your senior horse.


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Blog Review courtesy of Show Ring Ready.
The more we learn about nutrition, the more complicated it seems to become to feed our horses in the best possible way. In recent years, the importance of the correct ratio of omega-3 to omega-6 has become more recognized, and many of the foods traditionally


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A good warm up routine is valuable, whether you are about to school your horse for your latest test in Western Dressage, or are just heading out for a trail ride. Your horse needs a pre-exercise warm-up routine to help loosen and limber up his muscles.


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We’ve been breeding horses for many years and, for some reason over the past year, we’ve started to have a problem with some of our young horses chewing each other’s tails off. I’m wondering if you know of a correlation between a nutritional deficiency or a health issue and tail chewing, or if it is more likely boredom/normal behavior for young horses.


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