Sugar? NATURally

This website uses cookies.
This way we can ensure that your browsing experience is made even more pleasant.
Learn more

Welcome to Cavalor!

Note that the product information is written in an international context and can be in conflict with your local regulation.
For local information, please click here and choose your country.

  • In the picture

    The Immune System: Everything you need to know about the body's natural defences

    The body's immune system is what protects it from germs, viruses, and bacteria. The stronger the immune system, the less likely the horse will fall ill. It's also responsible for recovery after physical exertion. Although the immune system is invisible, it plays an important role in the horse's well-being. The immune system is constantly working to quickly fight off threats to the body.

    » Read more » Read all articles
  • Testimonial

    Cavalor Pianissimo
    Therese Evans

    After importing a horse recently, he had an unexpected immune response to vaccinations. I was instructed by my veterinarian to get him on a lower protein diet where the grain had less processing and was "more like what they are used to naturally." Enter Cavalor. I contacted a dealer who put me in touch with a regional rep and she not only suggested Pianissimo, but also contacted founder Peter Bollen, who discussed the horse's situation with veterinarians at the University of Ghent and made further recommendations. All I can say, is WOW what an amazing company! We recently started slowly converting this horse's diet to the feed program recommended, and I can't wait to see the results. Thank you so very much for helping this incredible horse, and assisting us in connecting the last piece of the puzzle towards his successful future!

    Therese EvansDressage and Event Coach at White North Stable and Evans Eventing


    » Cavalor Pianissimo
  • In the picture

    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.

    » Read more » Read all articles