Stomach ulcers in horses are more common than you might think. Read more about the reasons for this here.
Horses and dogs can get along well - if a few things are observed. Otherwise it can actually be dangerous. Read more here.
Mycotoxins are metabolic products of fungi that can contaminate horse feed and pose a health risk. Read more here.
If chewing performance decreases in older horses, it is often necessary to change the feed. Read more here.
Horses have to get some exercise - even in winter. With the right measures, a ride in winter can be a very pleasant and relaxing thing. Read on here.
In this guest post, the CharLine team take a closer look at Equine Cushing Syndrome. Read more here.
Whether or not to give treats is a hotly debated topic, but sometimes they're definitely a good idea. Read more here.
In this article you will find tips for the safe handling of horses. Read more here.
Summertime and the living is easy? Not necessarily for horse owners and riders, because with the rising temperatures in July comes the uncertainty of how to deal with the summer heat and the horses' need for fluids. Find out what it takes to stay...
Blood-sucking insects annoy everyone in the summer, not just people! Here are a few tips for making summer life easier for your horses.
Improve your balance and agility while riding with these handy exercises!
Persistent cough, recurring diarrhoea, itchy skin, eczema and chronic eye infections - the symptoms of allergies are diverse. The GladiatorPLUS milieu feeding supports a healthy balance.