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  • Elektrolytes

    Electrolytes - A hype or a must?

    Cavalor Elektrolyte

    With summer finally here and temperatures rising, it is the perfect time to stress the importance of electrolytes. Some equestrians feed them to their horses daily, while others only feed them in extreme heat or during a strenuous competition. But when do horses need those extra electrolytes, and why?

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  • Testimonial

    Cavalor Strucomix Senior
    Grand Prix Rider and Trainer Christine Betz

    "The biggest horse I saw the change in was my grand prix horse. I started feeding him Cavalor® Strucomix Senior and Cavalor® Endurix, and the results were incredible. He lost his potbelly, he toned up a bit, and he handled the stress level of going Grand Prix well. He won seven out of nine Grand Prix's and his recovery time is now incredible. He's a heavy horse and he usually would be dragging for three or four days after a summer competition and he doesn't have those recovery times anymore. He's responded incredibly to it and had a better season at Grand Prix than at levels I and II. His response to Cavalor is what got me sold on the feed. He's one of those horses that gives and gives and gives and it was important to me to find something for him to ease the struggle of him getting the nutrients he needed for him to do his job for me."Grand Prix Rider and Trainer Christine Betz


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  • In the picture

    Friday Spotlight: Lillee @ Chum Therapeutic Riding Center


    Children and Horses United in Movement, or C.H.U.M. Therapeutic Riding Inc. has been serving the Michigan area since the early 1980s. Established by Bonnie DePue, who is certified by the North American Riding for the Handicapped Association, C.H.U.M. is a faith and grace guided riding program, intended to help those with and without disabilities grow their love and appreciation for horses.

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