Top Tips for Feeding Weanling Foals

Written by Sabrina Barnwell MVB MRCVS on 06 October 2016

Top Tips for Feeding Weanling Foals

When feeding weanling foals an essential balance of vitamins and minerals are needed to achieve optimum nutrition for greater life and career performance.

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Connolly's RED MILLS Cheveley Park Stakes 2016

Written by Owen Healy on 22 September 2016

Connolly's RED MILLS Cheveley Park Stakes 2016

The countdown is on to the Connolly’s RED MILLS Cheveley Park Stakes at Newmarket Racecourse. There are ten entries remaining at this stage but final declarations will be revealed on Friday.

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Managing Equine Polysaccharide Storage Myopathy

Written by Sabrina Barnwell MVB MRCVS on 14 September 2016

Managing Equine Polysaccharide Storage Myopathy

"Tying up" is a term that most horse owners are familiar with. It is often known as "Azoturia" or Monday morning disease. Affected horses have painful muscles and are stiff, often reluctant to walk and may sweat more or have an increased respiratory rate.

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Olympic Showjumping Final – Best of Luck Edwina!

Written by Fiona Molloy on 20 August 2016

Olympic Showjumping Final – Best of Luck Edwina!

All eyes have been on the Olympic Showjumping from Rio for a great display in equestrianism, but the excitement is not over yet! The games showcase the best in Showjumping, Eventing and Dressage and although the medals for these disciplines have all been claimed, it is still all to play for in the Individual Showjumping final. 

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Feeding and Preparing Yearlings for Sale

Written by Sabrina Barnwell MVB MRCVS on 03 August 2016

Feeding and Preparing Yearlings for Sale

It is that time of year again when you are preparing yearlings for sale. Nutrition can play a key role in the preparation of horses for sales. Flat thoroughbreds are bred to start their racing careers at two or three years old and so at the auction stage have not yet reached maturity.

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The Dublin Horse Show Gets Under Way

Written by Fiona Molloy on 21 July 2016

The Dublin Horse Show Gets Under Way

As Rio 2016 Olympics takes place throughout August, the Dublin Horse Show has moved forward from its traditional dates but the schedule is as jam-packed with exciting events and the world’s top riders as ever.

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Body Condition Scoring of Horses

Written by Sabrina Barnwell MVB MRCVS on 08 July 2016

Body Condition Scoring of Horses

Being able to judge how much to feed your horse fundamentally depends on the horse body condition. Fat horses need less, skinny horses need more, simples!

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How to Prepare for the Dublin Horse Show

Written by Sabrina Barnwell MVB MRCVS on 24 June 2016

How to Prepare for the Dublin Horse Show

The showing season is in full swing at the moment and so far most shows have benefitted from the uncharacteristically glorious summer weather that we are enjoying. The Dublin Horse Show is the highlight of the showing season for many enthusiasts.

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Meet the Breen Equestrian Team

Written by Fiona Molloy on 31 May 2016

Meet the Breen Equestrian Team

We at Connolly’s RED MILLS know that success is all about teamwork. Equestrian competition is above all a team event, whether that is the horse and rider in the ring, a Nations Cup Team representing their home country or stable staff, riders and their horses.

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When to Start Feeding Foals

Written by Sabrina Barnwell MVB MRCVS on 09 May 2016

When to Start Feeding Foals

This time of year most of the thoroughbred foals are born and many are starting to try out their mothers feed. We are often asked whether foals should be fed and if so, when; so we’ve jotted down a few helpful tips on when to start feeding foals.

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