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Lila and Memphis selected for European SJ Championships!

Huge Congratulations to Blue Chip rider Lila Bremner and the wonderful Memphis! “Over the moon to have been selected for the European Championships in Vilamoura with my amazing Memphis ❤️🤩 Massive thank you to everyone involved! Well done to all selected, looking forward to heading out to Portugal in 2 weeks"Lila has ridden Memphis from a rising 7 year old. “He’s been so amazing for me and I'm so grateful to have been given this opportunity to jump for GB again”.Tessa Bremner continues “We are all thrilled. They’ve been a team learning the ropes together for the last 2 1/2 years. He really is a superstar. Also a big thank you must go to Blue Chip for making him feel so well...

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Winter feeding top tips for competition horses

Winter feeding top tips for competition horses As horses become stabled for extended periods of time, and are clipped out for competition, you may find excitable behaviour becomes more prevalent. Feeding a low starch, whole cereal free diet can help curb extra enthusiasm. Balancers tend to be low in starch and sugar, and free from whole cereal, using oils and fibre as a form of slow release energy. All Blue Chip balancers are molasses free, helping to curb fizzy behaviour. If your horse has daily turnout, it’s still likely the grass will need supplementing with hay/haylage at this time of year, further supported by a balancer to make sure they continue to receive their daily needs of protein, vitamins, minerals...

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What do I need to consider in terms of nutrition as the grass changes in autumn/winter?

As autumn begins, grass growth slows, and its nutritional profile becomes deficient in key vitamins and minerals. Horses tend to spend more time stabled, and as a consequence it’s an important time to supplement their forage ration (grass, hay or haylage). Every horse is an individual, and we should feed according to their condition and workload, but as a general guide 2 to 2.5% of their body weight can be fed daily for weight maintenance. An average 500kg horse could be fed around 10kg to 12.5kg total feed/day, aim for 80% of this to be forage (approx. 8kg to 10kg). Additional forage provision allows your horse to maintain a healthy gut as a trickle feeder, fermentation in the hind gut...

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