THE SPANIARD feat Seven and the Horseball

05 NOV THE SPANIARD FEAT SEVEN AND THE HORSEBALL

It’s not just all about the horses … we’ve got 7 dogs too. I know, it sounds like a lot when you say it out loud but you don’t really notice just how many there are, not when they’re all whizzing about the yard like Gremlins on amphetamines … until…
Getting to Grips with Mud Fever

23 SEP GETTING TO GRIPS WITH MUD FEVER

Mud Fever is a bit of a mystery.  It seems to come from nowhere.  The microbes responsible are probably already on the skin just waiting for an opportunity to get in a bit deeper and cause trouble. Horses prone to mud fever include the elderly, those with compromised immune systems from…
Making Sense of Sweet Itch Treatments

05 FEB MAKING SENSE OF SWEET ITCH TREATMENTS

I read many posts and receive messages from owners of horses with sweet itch who are at their wits end having ‘tried everything’.For someone who feels they’ve tried everything, where can you start to help them?  The answer is to break things down for them and help them work out…
A Preventative Approach to Mud Fever

14 FEB A PREVENTATIVE APPROACH TO MUD FEVER

There are lots of different remedies out there for mud fever (and other related winter skin conditions), but my approach is primarily preventative.   Infection starts when microbes enter a small break in the skin's surface.  The organisms are omnipresent and only seem to become aggressive in certain conditions:  (1) compromised…
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