News 2015

  • CAVALOR : your horse feed partner at home and on the road
    2015-12-23





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  • Kent Farrington Wins $250,000 Longines FEI World Cup TM Jumping Lexington; Olivier Philippaerts Places Third
    2015-11-02





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  • Cavalor donates 1,150 euros to the Horses in Need Foundation
    2015-10-27





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News overview

  • 2015-09-11
    Elite Show Jumper Beezie Madden Joins Forces with Cavalor High-Performance Equine Nutrition
    September 11, 2015, Calgary Alberta — Overlooking the stunning International Arena at this weekend’s Spruce Meadows Masters, Elizabeth “Beezie” Madden will hold an onsite briefing with the press to talk about joining the Cavalor team. The official partnership between Madden and Cavalor was recently inked during the Longines Global Champions Tour Valkenswaard in the Netherlands August 16, 2015.
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  • 2015-05-12
    "Feed for Thought": The Cool Down: Secrets Behind Keeping a Horse Healthy & Sound
    By Suzie Middlebrook, BSc | Cavalor Nutrition Specialist It used to be that when you noticed heat or swelling on your horse's leg, you immediately reached for the hose and would sit there for some arbitrary amount of time hosing the affected leg. This process was always referred to as “cold hosing” regardless of the actual temperature of the water. While this method is easy and convenient, cold hosing is not necessarily effective in reducing pain and heat at the injury site.
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  • 2015-04-24
    OLIVE CLARKE JOINS CAVALOR TEAM
    Equillence Ltd, founded by Claire Merrick, distributor of Cavalor Professional Supplements & Care range, are delighted to announce their partnership with Olive Clarke, Loughrea, Co. Galway.
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  • 2015-04-02
    MADISON SHAMBAUGH AND TERK SHINE BRIGHT AT THE VIRGINIA HORSE FESTIVAL
    “Mustang Maddy” and Terk win Reserve Champion at Extreme Mustang Makeover Challenge
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  • 2015-03-09
    "Feed for Thought": Feeding is Fueling
    When looking at the athletes of the human world, you can often tell what type of sport an athlete competes in by looking at their diet. A distance runner will generally eat foods high in carbohydrates & fats, such as sweet potatoes, nuts, & bagels with cream cheese. In contrast, a weight lifter would eat a diet high in protein like chicken, tuna, & soy products, with carbohydrates being the primary fuel source, particularly in the form of pre-workouts and energy boosters. But why is that and how does that compare to your horse?
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  • 2015-02-13
    The Cavalor Endurance Riders Race in the President’s Cup in Abu Dhabi
    Our two Cavalor Endurance Amazons, Marijke Visser and Joyce Van Den Berg, will begin the trek across the desert of the United Arab Emirates in the President's Cup 2015 this Saturday, February 14th, in Abu Dhabi. This is one of the toughest and most prestigious endurance races out there and runs over 160 km through the desert.
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  • 2015-02-04
    "Feed for Thought": Equine Digestive Tract - From Mouth to...
    By Suzie Middlebrook BSc. | Cavalor Nutrition Specialist. When it comes to horses, there is quite a lot that happens between meal time and mucking time. The digestive tract of the horse is very efficient at obtaining vast amounts of energy from forage that would be almost unusable to many other animals such as humans or pigs. In order to achieve this, the horse’s digestive tract developed some unique adaptations and compromises to best take advantage of this plentiful resource. By learning more about how the horse’s digestive tract operates, horse owners are better able to make informed decisions about how to best feed their equine partners.
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  • 2015-01-09
    "Feed for Thought": Managing a Hot Horse from a Nutritional Perspective
    By Suzie Middlebrook, BSc Horses are reactive, flighty, and anxious creatures and for good reason. In the wild, a horse’s best defense is his ability to respond quickly and effectively to his surroundings. Unfortunately, these same characteristics are often contradictory to what is desired in an ideal riding horse. While training, exposure, and breeding can help produce a calmer and more reliable mount, sometimes a combination of management and nutritional strategies must be employed to get the best results when working with a hot horse. This is particularly true with young horses, mares, and stallions. It is also important to note that there are different types of “hot” behavior. One would employ a different combination of strategies for an anxious youngster on his first trip off the property than one would for an overly enthusiastic hunter. Often times, it takes a good deal of testing different tactics to find the best combination for an individual horse.
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