Welcome to the Horseheath Nutrition website for Horse Health, Performance and Condition.
The Horseheath Range of Coarse Mixes and Supplements is suitable for almost all horses, and in particular meets the high nutritional needs of breeding, sport and show horses. The products are manufactured as far as possible with natural ingredients. By-products such as oat feed (the high-fibre husk of the oat grain, providing beta-glucan which combats ulcers), are used to help provide balanced, economical and effective feeds, supplements and balancers. When natural alternatives are not available, synthetic vitamins etc are used to ensure optimum health and efficacy.
Expert advice – free to customers (actual and potential) – from Cambridge University trained nutritionist with over 30 years’ experience.
Prices are competitive, with quantity discounts available.
The range can help your horse overcome a variety of feed related problems:
- Gut problems e.g. Laminitis, Colic, Scour/Loose droppings, sensitivity to girth, wind-sucking, crib-biting etc.
- Lack of control/nervous/fractious behaviour
- Neuro-muscular disorders e.g. Azoturia (Tying-up)/PSSM/Shivers.
- Ageing problems e.g. Cushings disease, lost teeth etc.
- Weak, crumbling hooves
- Poor condition and weight loss
- Impaired mobility and stiff/clicking joints
- Lack of stamina, lethargy, laziness
- Feed intolerances, sensitivities and allergies e.g. protein bumps, filled legs, itching, dull coats, skin irritation/sensitivity and unsightly growths.
- Gastric and colonic ulcers (symptoms include excess saliva, grinding teeth, unthrifty, poor condition, difficult to ride and handle, aggressive etc.
Horseheath products are also excellent for hunting, driving, endurance, leisure/resting and convalescing. Below are some samples of the many emails and comments from satisfied customers:
From Sarah Pickford via Facebook:
‘We started feeding our horses Gravenhorse Feed products and we haven’t looked back! They have never looked in better health, and all have just the right energy levels required. Thanks, John.’