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14 05, 2015

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Cavalor North America Announces Sponsorship of Caitlin Silliman

By |May 14th, 2015|Blog, News|Comments Off on FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Cavalor North America Announces Sponsorship of Caitlin Silliman

(Dalton, GA) May 14, 2015 – Cavalor North America is excited to announce its partnership with international event rider, Caitlin Silliman. Caitlin’s dedication to her horses’ nutrition, well-being and care [...]

4 05, 2015

The Cool Down: Secrets Behind Keeping a Horse Healthy & Sound

By |May 4th, 2015|Joints, Muscles, News|Comments Off on 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 [...]

13 02, 2015

Is my horse really just naughty, or could it be nutrition? Client Tracy Vernier shares her story!

By |February 13th, 2015|Blog, Gastrointestinal, Joints, Muscles, News|Comments Off on Is my horse really just naughty, or could it be nutrition? Client Tracy Vernier shares her story!

I’ve owned my Thoroughbred gelding, Valentino for close to three years. As a lot of Thoroughbreds are notoriously known for being “high strung”, Val was no exception to this. We’ve [...]

5 02, 2015

The Glycemic Index of Cavalor® Feeds

By |February 5th, 2015|News, Study|Comments Off on The Glycemic Index of Cavalor® Feeds

There has been a considerable debate in the equine community regarding starch and sugar levels in horse feeds. Like fiber and fat, starch and sugars are energy sources that “fuel” [...]

30 01, 2015

The Equine Digestive Tract: From Mouth to …

By |January 30th, 2015|Forage, Gastrointestinal, News|Comments Off on The 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 [...]

9 01, 2015

Managing a Hot Horse from a Nutritional Perspective

By |January 9th, 2015|Energy, News|Comments Off on 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 [...]