Understand equine anaemia, so your horse has a sore back is it the saddle or the training? Read about Laura Cocking's Eventing summer
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Equine Anaemia – NOT about Iron Deficiency by Dr Kellon

The first step in getting a grasp on equine anaemia in horses is to forget about everything you know about anaemia in people because iron deficiency as a cause of equine anaemia is virtually non-existent in horses. 

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Sore backed horse? Saddle or Training Issue?


A sore backed horse can cause expensive solutions, expensive journey's into different treatments, different saddles and an ever dwindling bank account.  So what is the answer? Smurph's experiment might just provide one answer!
Sore backed horse? Saddle or Training Issue?

Laura Cocking Eventing Summer 2015 Update

 

Since I last blogged I’ve had many highs but quite a few lows as the season starts to come to a close.

I’ve made the really really sad decision to retire my top horse Arkendale (Charlie) from top level competition, it will be so weird and hard without him but he’s been an incredible horse to me. I owe it to him to let him downgrade and enjoy the rest of his career. He’s also a very talented show jumper frequently jumping 1.30m classes British Show Jumping so this is also an exciting option for us!

More on Laura Cocking's Summer 2015
Coming soon, the Wednesday coupon code, part 2 on equine anaemia, why we don't like keeping horses on grass tracks, endurance update on Terry Madden's 2015 Endurance year and how the health of your soil affects the health of your grass. Find more articles like this at www.forageplustalk.co.uk.
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