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What you should know about horses and sugar
All horses need sugar for general good health and performance. Sugar delivers energy that the muscles need to work properly. No sugar, no performance. For healthy horses, normal quantities of sugar present no problem. However, too much sugar is not good for anyone. Balance is key. In this blog article we'll discuss this topic in detail.
Cavalor OilMega Alice Naber – My horses look fit and in tip-top condition. Thanks, Cavalor!
The 4 Stars of Pau cross took place recently. The event was a must for our Cavalor Ambassador Alice Naber and her two horses, Coral Estate Harry Belafonte and Coral Estate Curacao. She told us about her adventure in Pau with great enthusiasm. ‘Both horses did their very best! Curacao learned a lot and Belafonte breezed through the difficult 4* cross round – and well within time too. How cool was that! And it’s partly thanks to Cavalor. I think their products are great, especially Cavalor OilMega. I’m so impressed with that! I also got some compliments from the team vet. Once again he had nothing to do. Perfect! The combination of OilMega, Muscle Fit and Endurix works a treat. You can see the results in the pictures. My horses look fit and in tip-top condition! Thanks, Cavalor!’
Working with horses is all about energy. The right energy to navigate the course or perform the test. However, energy can also be a stumbling block. Your horse may be too lethargic, be too "fizzy" at the beginning of training, or not have enough energy to make it through to the end. All these scenarios have one common thread: an imbalance in energy. In this issue of Science Sunday, our experts will discuss and explain this problem! What is energy? How does one discern between energy, temperament, and condition? What role do diet and nutrition play? And, last of all, how to pep up a lethargic horse, and calm a fizzy one? Move up or down a gear!