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Thompson & Redwood makes affordable and nutritionally balanced stock feed for the horse and agricultural
industries. Our recipes never change and are milled daily from Western Australian grain so you know what
you’re feeding is healthy, natural and fresh.

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Let our veterinary team support you and your horse with our carefully formulated complete horse feeds.

Find the feed most suited to your horse or pony.

What's your
horse feeding challenge?

Let our veterinary team support you and your horse with our carefully formulated complete horse feeds.

Find the feed most suited to your horse or pony.

Matchy matchy! @swequestrian and Henry Hubert showing off their T&R Hats. 

#teamthompsonandredwood #fueledbytandr #equine #cutehorses
You may have heard us talk about about 'complete feeds', but what is a complete feed? And why are they important?

A complete feed is a feed that when fed at the recommended rate, meets your horse's daily nutritional requirements. These are the amounts of energy, nutrients, vitamins and minerals (in the correct ratios) that they need to sustain normal function, health, production and performance every single day. 

Our range of equine feeds are complete, balanced feeds that we've developed to meet the varying needs of horses based on their weight, age, workload and reproductive status. Each feed meets or exceeds the NRC Requirements when fed as directed, so we've taken the guesswork out of feeding your horse or pony. 

It's important to feed a complete, balanced feed to make sure your horse can function and perform as they need to. 
If you're not sure what to feed, or how much your horse needs, you can get in touch with us today. 

#horsenutrition #ThompsonandRedwood #equine
Look at this stunner! Introducing Kentaur Christoph, a beautiful stallion who will be starting his first season at stud at Kentaur Australia. 

Christoph has been bred and raised on T&R feed, and Horse Grower Weaner Pellets have helped him to develop into the beautiful horse he is today. 

#ThompsonandRedwood #stallion #warmblood #fueledbytandr #horsegrowerweanerpellets 
📷 Jordyn Colleran
INTRODUCING JODI DUNLOP! 
Jodi is joining our sponsorship team for 2021, and we are very excited to have her on board. Jodi is an accomplished polocrosse player, who has represented Australia. Keep reading to find out a bit more about Jodi:

🔹 What are your chosen disciplines?
Polocrosse, Australian Stock Horse

🔹 What is your occupation: 
Planning Assistant / Fitness Instructor

🔹 Current Location: 
Coolup, Western Australia

🔹 Tell us about the horses in your stable:
- Jestersflat Mem Fox / 8yr old Mare/ Australian Stock Horse 
- Jestersflat Cate Kennedy / 5yr old Mare / Australian Stock Horse
- Rosebrook Oracle / 6yr old Gelding / Australian Stock Horse
- Oops / 12yr old Mare / Thoroughbred x Quarter Horse

🔹 What is your proudest moment, or favourite achievement in your riding career to date?
It is hard to go passed my first selection into the Australian Team in 2009, there is something very stirring and humbling about pulling on a shirt with our country’s emblem and hearing the national anthem! That, along with winning my first Women’s Nationals with the WA Team in 2008 would be my proudest but I still think my favorite is yet to come as I even though I still have high level aspirations I am learning to enjoy the whole experience a lot more and not take anything for granted, just enjoy the ride! 

🔹 Goals for 2021: 
2021 is a selection season in WA for the 2022 Australian National Polocrosse Championships which are scheduled to be held in Ballarat, Victoria in March/April. My first goal is to make the Southern Zone Women’s Team(s) which will compete at the Zone Championships in Greenough and Perth and perform well enough at these carnivals to be selected to a Western Australian Tea for the Nationals. I would also love to make the Final at the Club Championships which will be played at Kojonup in October. 
Welcome to the team Jodi!

#teamthompsonandredwood #thompsonandredwood #fueledbytandr #mightnpower #horsemuesli #polocrosse #australianstockhorse @jodi.dunlop11
{TIMING YOUR RIDES AND FEEDS}
Ever been told not to ride your horse on an empty stomach, but been unsure about how much you should give them before you ride? Timing your rides around your feeds, or your feeds around your rides can be confusing! Here is a summary of how to time your feeds around riding:

🔹WHY SHOULDN'T A HORSE BE WORKED ON AN EMPTY STOMACH?
Working a horse on an empty stomach can cause their stomach acid (secreted constantly by the glandular section) to slosh around, and splash the very sensitive non-glandular section. When the acid comes in contact with the sensitive lining, it can cause burns and lead to ulcers.

If your horse does not have full-time access to hay or pasture, before you work them it is wise to give them a small portion of lucerne hay or chaff or meadow hay. This creates an acid cap in the stomach and helps to prevent stomach acid from splashing into the non-glandular portion of the stomach.

🔹RIDING AFTER YOU FEED
If you are riding your horse after they have had a hard feed, you should wait for 1 hour and up to 4 hours, depending on what is in your feed, and how hard they will work. And, if they are going to do strenuous exercise, you should wait to ride for between 4 to 5 hours after feeding.

🔹RIDING AFTER YOU FEED - THE IMPACT OF GRAIN
The inclusion of grain in feed is one of the main reasons to give your horse time to digest their feed properly before they are ridden.

You should avoid feeding grain and any feed high in starches and sugars within 4 to 5 hours before a ride or exercise.

🔹FEEDING AFTER YOU RIDE
If it works for you to feed your horse after a ride, you can give your horse a hard feed within 1 hour of finishing work. Allow them to cool down and their respiration/pulse rate to return to normal.

@lokenzo_park @chloegee_equestrian @swequestrian @oakfordequestrian @izabelledobson.sj
TIP TUESDAY - PROTEIN FOR HORSES
The word protein actually comes from the greek word 'proteios' which means 'of primary importance'. Probably because of just how important proteins are in the body!

Did you know that 15% of your horse's body mass is protein? Protein is found in their muscles, skin, hair and hooves, with the majority of that 15% held in their muscles.

Protein plays a major role in building cells and repairing tissues.
When a horse takes part in high-intensity exercise and training, existing muscle fibres breakdown, and the body then repairs them and is stimulated to increase muscle mass.

Protein also has many functions in the horses body, including nutrient transport in their blood stream, and transport across membranes. 

BUT WHAT IS PROTEIN? Protein is 1 of the 3 macronutrients (the others are Fat and Carbohydrates). Proteins are made up of building blocks called amino-acids, and proteins are the building blocks of muscle mass. 
There are 21 different amino acids, and some of these can be produced by the body, but others MUST come from the horse's diet. 

NOT ALL PROTEIN IS MADE EQUAL! 
We often talk about quality protein sources, but what is a quality protein? Protein quality is determined by the amount and proportion of the amino acids it is made up of. Feed components vary in protein levels, but also the quality of protein, so it is important to make sure your horse is getting not only enough protein, but the right amino acids. 

Not sure if your horse is getting the right amount of protein? We can help!
Meet Vincent Van Goat and Bentley, the winners of our April Community Giveaway! Congratulations Leanne!

Leanne says "Bentley came to us a year ago as a shy pony. He is now a happy, cheeky pony who loves a good cuddle and scratch. He enjoys his Clayton’s pellets". We think Vincent looks very pleased at his attempt to help. 

#fueledbytandr #claytonspellets #winner #goats #ThompsonandRedwood
LAMINITIS - Did you know that Autumn is actually a high-risk season for horses and ponies prone to laminitis?
The changes in weather and start of winter rains means there are a few fresh, sweet green shoots coming through in our paddocks. 🌱

WHY?
When grass has a flush of growth, and is exposed to bright sunlight and cold temperatures (just like our Autumn weather), there is an accumulation of Sugar and Starch or Non-Structural Carbohydrates (NSC) in the leaf.

Fructans also get airtime when we talk about laminitis, as they are highly fermentable in the hindgut and when consumed in high volumes can lead to laminitis. Fructan levels in grass change throughout the day, and are at their highest in the afternoons, but also can be very high in the morning after a frost.

So if you have a horse at risk:
🍂 Try to reduce their grazing time on green, sweet pastures
🍂 Monitor the conditions and adjust the time of day that they have access to pastures
🍂 If in doubt about your pasture, you are better to have them on suitable hay
🍂 Consider what you are feeding, and watch out for feeds high in sugars and starch.

A laminitis supplement can also help your horses through these risky seasons. We stock Dodson & Horrell's Lami-Free Herbal Supplement, which supports the laminae, and can maintain and repair the hoof tissue that is effected by laminitis.

#laminitis #ponies #founder #hoofhealth #shetlands #horsenutrition #horses
20 years old and flying around 1.10m! This is Impazzire and his jockey Charlee, who sent us this great shot from Yalambi. Charlee says that he is feeling better than ever on his diet of T&R Pony Cubes. 
Don't forget to enter our April community giveaway, send us your photos or join our In The Mix: T&R Community Group. 

📷 Christie Lyn - Equine Photographer
#seniorhorse #horsecubesforseniors #thompsonandredwood #fueledbytandr #yalambi #showjumping #horses #equestrian #youngrider
Premium Laying Pellets have got a new look bag and are now even higher in Protein and Calcium! 
Our Laying Pellets have always been a premium feed, but we've now increased the protein to 18% and the calcium to 4.1g to give your hens the edge. 

The high protein and calcium formula promotes superior health and function, helping your hens to look and feel their best while maximising egg production. 

These changes are reflected on our new bags, which will be coming to your local WA stockist soon, so keep your eye out!
Our Premium Laying Crumbles are Premium Laying Pellets in a crumbled form, so they will also have this updated formula. Their new bag will be releasing soon. 

For more information on Premium Laying Pellets visit our website:
https://thompsonandredwood.com.au/.../premium-laying...

*Premium Laying Pellets are only available in WA. Our Premium Laying Crumbles are available on the East Coast in 15kg bags exclusively through PETstock stores.
@reece_jerrett #poultry #backyardchickens #chickens #layinghens
Did you know that animals are regularly used as military mascots to help raise spirits? Enter "Corporal Septimus", a shetland pony stallion who was the mascot for the 1st Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment. 

Story from the Australian War Memorial:
"In August 1951, then commanding officer of of 1RAR, Lieutenant Colonel (Lt Col) Ferguson DSO MC, noted in the battalion's diary the need for a mascot to help raise the spirits of the men. He opted for the purchase of a shetland pony which was presented to the Battalion at the 6th birthday parade. A competition was held to name the mascot and the name "Septimus" continues to this day. He was enlisted into the battalion in 1951 at four years of age and continued as the unit mascot until his death in 1967.

Corporal Septimus (regimental number H201) was known for his indifference to discipline and his service record is marred by several misconduct charges, including the attempted biting of Sir John Laverack, the Governor of Queensland in 1953; kicking a superior officer; and being confined to barracks on several occasions for being AWOL. As part of his official duties he met with Her Majesty the Queen and Prince Phillip, Governors General, Governors and countless Heads of State. He died in April 1967 and was buried at the Hawkesbury Agricultural College. He has since been succeeded by other shetland ponies, Septimus Secundus (1967-77), Septimus Tertius (1977-93), Septimus Quartus (1993-2011) and the current mascot, Septimus Quintus (direct descendant of Septimus Quartus".

Photo and story from @awmemorial
Noblewood Park Cashmere and Izabelle Dobson were flying at Yalambi with T&R Horse Pellets!
Looking for a high-performance pellet? Our Horse Pellets are a high quality energy and protein feed for horses with high workloads or young, growing horses. 
Belle says "They keep her looking and feeling awesome all year round!" 

📷 @ericlloydphotography
@izabelledobson.sj
@kentauraustralia @dobson.equestrian #fueledbytandr #TeamThompsonandRedwood #showjumping #ThompsonandRedwood #tandrhorsepellets #equestrian #horses #warmblood
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Now this is travelling in style....for the ponies at least!
Emma Massingale did a 1000 mile cycle across Europe with her little team, what an achievement.
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You may have heard us talk about about 'complete feeds', but what is a complete feed? And why are they important?

A complete feed is a feed that when fed at the recommended rate, meets your horse's daily nutritional requirements. These are the amounts of energy, nutrients, vitamins and minerals (in the correct ratios) that they need to sustain normal function, health, production and performance every single day.

Our range of equine feeds are complete, balanced feeds that we've developed to meet the varying needs of horses based on their weight, age, workload and reproductive status. Each feed meets or exceeds the NRC Requirements when fed as directed, so we've taken the guesswork out of feeding your horse or pony.

It's important to feed a complete, balanced feed to make sure your horse can function and perform as they need to.
If you're not sure what to feed, or how much your horse needs, you can get in touch with us today.

#horsenutrition #ThompsonandRedwood #equine
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You may have heard us talk about about complete feeds, but what is a complete feed? And why are they important?

A complete feed is a feed that when fed at the recommended rate, meets your horses daily nutritional requirements. These are the amounts of energy, nutrients, vitamins and minerals (in the correct ratios) that they need to sustain normal function, health, production and performance every single day. 

Our range of equine feeds are complete, balanced feeds that weve developed to meet the varying needs of horses based on their weight, age, workload and reproductive status. Each feed meets or exceeds the NRC Requirements when fed as directed, so weve taken the guesswork out of feeding your horse or pony. 

Its important to feed a complete, balanced feed to make sure your horse can function and perform as they need to. 
If youre not sure what to feed, or how much your horse needs, you can get in touch with us today. 

#horsenutrition #ThompsonandRedwood #equine

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Complete feeds take out the guesswork and help hugely to streamline feeding when we’ve got 10-15 in work!

I am a fan of Clayton’s and Horse Cubes for Seniors.

Look at this stunner! Introducing Kentaur Christoph, a beautiful stallion who will be starting his first season at stud at Kentaur Australia.

Christoph has been bred and raised on T&R feed, and Horse Grower Weaner Pellets have helped him to develop into the beautiful horse he is today.

#ThompsonandRedwood #stallion #warmblood #fueledbytandr #horsegrowerweanerpellets
📷 Jordyn Colleran
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Look at this stunner! Introducing Kentaur Christoph, a beautiful stallion who will be starting his first season at stud at Kentaur Australia. 

Christoph has been bred and raised on T&R feed, and Horse Grower Weaner Pellets have helped him to develop into the beautiful horse he is today. 

#ThompsonandRedwood #stallion #warmblood #fueledbytandr #horsegrowerweanerpellets 
📷 Jordyn Colleran

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Im such a sucker for chestnuts with a white face!

Beautiful ❤️❤️

INTRODUCING JODI DUNLOP!
Jodi is joining our sponsorship team for 2021, and we are very excited to have her on board. Jodi is an accomplished polocrosse player, who has represented Australia. Keep reading to find out a bit more about Jodi:

🔹 What are your chosen disciplines?
Polocrosse, Australian Stock Horse

🔹 What is your occupation:
Planning Assistant / Fitness Instructor

🔹 Current Location:
Coolup, Western Australia

🔹 Tell us about the horses in your stable:
- Jestersflat Mem Fox / 8yr old Mare/ Australian Stock Horse
- Jestersflat Cate Kennedy / 5yr old Mare / Australian Stock Horse
- Rosebrook Oracle / 6yr old Gelding / Australian Stock Horse
- Oops / 12yr old Mare / Thoroughbred x Quarter Horse

🔹 What is your proudest moment, or favourite achievement in your riding career to date?
It is hard to go passed my first selection into the Australian Team in 2009, there is something very stirring and humbling about pulling on a shirt with our country’s emblem and hearing the national anthem! That, along with winning my first Women’s Nationals with the WA Team in 2008 would be my proudest but I still think my favorite is yet to come as I even though I still have high level aspirations I am learning to enjoy the whole experience a lot more and not take anything for granted, just enjoy the ride!

🔹 Goals for 2021:
2021 is a selection season in WA for the 2022 Australian National Polocrosse Championships which are scheduled to be held in Ballarat, Victoria in March/April. My first goal is to make the Southern Zone Women’s Team(s) which will compete at the Zone Championships in Greenough and Perth and perform well enough at these carnivals to be selected to a Western Australian Tea for the Nationals. I would also love to make the Final at the Club Championships which will be played at Kojonup in October.

🔹 Where do you get your inspiration?
I was riding horses and at Polocrosse before I could walk as my Mum and Dad both played so they are the original inspiration. There are a number of players and people across the world I have great respect and admiration for what they’ve been able to achieve on the Polocrosse field, with their horsemanship and/or breeding programmes. Mostly these days the biggest inspiration comes from my horses as without them and this sport I wouldn’t have lived the extraordinary and incredible life I have travelling the world playing a sport I love and meeting fantastic people including my husband to be!

🔹 What do you feed and why?
Might & Power and Horse Muesli.
Both these Muesli feeds are able to sufficiently meet the demanding energy requirements for our Polocrosse horses and they’re also produced in Western Australia making it readily available all over the State as we travel quite a bit for our Tournaments.

After changing the horse’s diets from basic grains to the T&R products I immediately noticed an increase in their energy levels as well as improvements in their coats, overall appearance and disposition and they never leave a scrap in the feed bin! T&R make everything simple and easy to use with plenty of information available on all products which takes out the guess work. Having a ‘complete’ feed is also very handy when I travel as I can just use the one product and not have to load the truck with various bags and containers or spend hour’s individually mixing feeds.

Since making the change, I have recommended the T&R feeds to any rider or competitor that has asked me about my feed preferences as I can whole heartedly say the Muesli’s are a major factor in my horse’s preparation, performance and continued success. The mixes are extremely palatable, easy to use and more importantly they provide everything my horses need in order to compete at the highest level.

Welcome to the team Jodi! Jodi Dunlop
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INTRODUCING JODI DUNLOP! 
Jodi is joining our sponsorship team for 2021, and we are very excited to have her on board. Jodi is an accomplished polocrosse player, who has represented Australia. Keep reading to find out a bit more about Jodi:

🔹 What are your chosen disciplines?
Polocrosse, Australian Stock Horse

🔹 What is your occupation: 
Planning Assistant / Fitness Instructor

🔹 Current Location: 
Coolup, Western Australia

🔹 Tell us about the horses in your stable:
- Jestersflat Mem Fox / 8yr old Mare/ Australian Stock Horse 
- Jestersflat Cate Kennedy / 5yr old Mare / Australian Stock Horse
- Rosebrook Oracle / 6yr old Gelding / Australian Stock Horse
- Oops / 12yr old Mare / Thoroughbred x Quarter Horse

🔹 What is your proudest moment, or favourite achievement in your riding career to date?
It is hard to go passed my first selection into the Australian Team in 2009, there is something very stirring and humbling about pulling on a shirt with our country’s emblem and hearing the national anthem! That, along with winning my first Women’s Nationals with the WA Team in 2008 would be my proudest but I still think my favorite is yet to come as I even though I still have high level aspirations I am learning to enjoy the whole experience a lot more and not take anything for granted, just enjoy the ride! 

🔹 Goals for 2021: 
2021 is a selection season in WA for the 2022 Australian National Polocrosse Championships which are scheduled to be held in Ballarat, Victoria in March/April. My first goal is to make the Southern Zone Women’s Team(s) which will compete at the Zone Championships in Greenough and Perth and perform well enough at these carnivals to be selected to a Western Australian Tea for the Nationals. I would also love to make the Final at the Club Championships which will be played at Kojonup in October. 

🔹 Where do you get your inspiration? 
I was riding horses and at Polocrosse before I could walk as my Mum and Dad both played so they are the original inspiration. There are a number of players and people across the world I have great respect and admiration for what they’ve been able to achieve on the Polocrosse field, with their horsemanship and/or breeding programmes. Mostly these days the biggest inspiration comes from my horses as without them and this sport I wouldn’t have lived the extraordinary and incredible life I have travelling the world playing a sport I love and meeting fantastic people including my husband to be!

🔹 What do you feed and why?
Might & Power and Horse Muesli. 
Both these Muesli feeds are able to sufficiently meet the demanding energy requirements for our Polocrosse horses and they’re also produced in Western Australia making it readily available all over the State as we travel quite a bit for our Tournaments. 

After changing the horse’s diets from basic grains to the T&R products I immediately noticed an increase in their energy levels as well as improvements in their coats, overall appearance and disposition and they never leave a scrap in the feed bin! T&R make everything simple and easy to use with plenty of information available on all products which takes out the guess work. Having a ‘complete’ feed is also very handy when I travel as I can just use the one product and not have to load the truck with various bags and containers or spend hour’s individually mixing feeds.

Since making the change, I have recommended the T&R feeds to any rider or competitor that has asked me about my feed preferences as I can whole heartedly say the Muesli’s are a major factor in my horse’s preparation, performance and continued success. The mixes are extremely palatable, easy to use and more importantly they provide everything my horses need in order to compete at the highest level.

Welcome to the team Jodi! Jodi Dunlop

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Woohoo!!! This is exciting - you couldn't hope for a more passionate team member 🙌👏🤩

Thanks so much guys! What an amazing Team to be part of ⭐️🐴

Rosie Outhwaite

Congrats Jodi🎉

Nice one Jodi Dunlop 👏🏻

Congratulations Jodi, use T & R too

Congratulations Jodi Dunlop 🍸

Well done congratulations

Rebecca Middleton Kelly Kielman Woo Hoo well done team Jodi

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Ever been told not to ride your horse on an empty stomach, but been unsure about how much you should give them before you ride? Timing your rides around your feeds, or your feeds around your rides can be confusing! Here is a summary of how to time your feeds around riding:

🔹WHY SHOULDN'T A HORSE BE WORKED ON AN EMPTY STOMACH?
Working a horse on an empty stomach can cause their stomach acid (secreted constantly by the glandular section) to slosh around, and splash the very sensitive non-glandular section. When the acid comes in contact with the sensitive lining, it can cause burns and lead to ulcers.

If your horse does not have full-time access to hay or pasture, before you work them it is wise to give them a small portion of lucerne hay or chaff or meadow hay. This creates an acid cap in the stomach and helps to prevent stomach acid from splashing into the non-glandular portion of the stomach.

🔹RIDING AFTER YOU FEED
If you are riding your horse after they have had a hard feed, you should wait for 1 hour and up to 4 hours, depending on what is in your feed, and how hard they will work. And, if they are going to do strenuous exercise, you should wait to ride for between 4 to 5 hours after feeding.

🔹RIDING AFTER YOU FEED - THE IMPACT OF GRAIN
The inclusion of grain in feed is one of the main reasons to give your horse time to digest their feed properly before they are ridden.

You should avoid feeding grain and any feed high in starches and sugars within 4 to 5 hours before a ride or exercise.

🔹FEEDING AFTER YOU RIDE
If it works for you to feed your horse after a ride, you can give your horse a hard feed within 1 hour of finishing work. Allow them to cool down and their respiration/pulse rate to return to normal.
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Ever been told not to ride your horse on an empty stomach, but been unsure about how much you should give them before you ride? Timing your rides around your feeds, or your feeds around your rides can be confusing! Here is a summary of how to time your feeds around riding:

🔹WHY SHOULDNT A HORSE BE WORKED ON AN EMPTY STOMACH?
Working a horse on an empty stomach can cause their stomach acid (secreted constantly by the glandular section) to slosh around, and splash the very sensitive non-glandular section. When the acid comes in contact with the sensitive lining, it can cause burns and lead to ulcers.

If your horse does not have full-time access to hay or pasture, before you work them it is wise to give them a small portion of lucerne hay or chaff or meadow hay. This creates an acid cap in the stomach and helps to prevent stomach acid from splashing into the non-glandular portion of the stomach.

🔹RIDING AFTER YOU FEED
If you are riding your horse after they have had a hard feed, you should wait for 1 hour and up to 4 hours, depending on what is in your feed, and how hard they will work. And, if they are going to do strenuous exercise, you should wait to ride for between 4 to 5 hours after feeding.

🔹RIDING AFTER YOU FEED - THE IMPACT OF GRAIN
The inclusion of grain in feed is one of the main reasons to give your horse time to digest their feed properly before they are ridden.

You should avoid feeding grain and any feed high in starches and sugars within 4 to 5 hours before a ride or exercise.

🔹FEEDING AFTER YOU RIDE
If it works for you to feed your horse after a ride, you can give your horse a hard feed within 1 hour of finishing work. Allow them to cool down and their respiration/pulse rate to return to normal.

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Zara Hughes Olivia Hughes

Great info

Chloe Gee Oakford Equestrian Centre Izabelle Dobson Anthony Thomas Bayley Thomas Sophie Warren Jill Davies Caris Britt Reside Lucy Galovicova

Need more information? You can read our blog on Timing Feeds Around Your Rides: thompsonandredwood.com.au/timing-your-horses-feeds-around-rides

Erika Angus this is a good one

Michelle Hall

Kelly Spencer Brooke

So good to have a clear idea of exactly what we should be doing!

Lauren Pritchell interesting! 🤔

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