All I Want For Christmas Is………

Stuck for Christmas ideas? Please allow Team Elite to share with you the things they can’t live without and which are guaranteed to put a smile on the faces of equine loved ones on Christmas Day Jenny: Thermals; you can never have too many layers. Damart have graded their thermals which is a huge help […]

Winter Time Saving Tips For Horse Owners

With the daylight hours continuing to shorten we understand all too well the pressure of fitting all you need to do into a limited window. When you add a layer of snow or ice time becomes even more precious and that’s before we mention the ‘M’ word which we are all plagued with now the […]

COULD YOU BE OUR BRAND AMBASSADOR?

Elite Equine Care is searching for a BRAND AMBASSADOR Please get in touch and tell us why it should be YOU!   What will the ambassador get? The person chosen to be the brand ambassador will receive branded clothing and horse wear to sport at home and at competitions Promotion of you and your horse […]

Worming In Numbers

Are you worming your horse correctly? The way that eight in ten owners worm their horses is failing to fight resistance to worming drugs. A survey of 1,000 consumers also discovered that while 67% believe they are protecting their horse from the rise in resistance, 81% are not doing sufficient Faecal Egg Counts (FEC’s). An […]

Worming Simplified

Becky Lees BVSc Cert AVP (EM) MRCVS Becky spent ten years working as an equine vet and now works for Nettex /Rumenco as their Vet Advisor.  Elite Equine Care help Becky look after her two horses Markie and Morgan and dog Peggy. Despite lots of publicity, worming remains confusing and lots of us are still […]

Another Bumper Year For Ragwort

Becky Lees BVSc Cert AVP (EM) MRCVS Becky spent ten years working as an equine vet and now works for Nettex /Rumenco as their Vet Advisor.  Elite Equine Care help Becky look after her two horses Markie and Morgan and dog Peggy. The yellow flowers are now starting to appear, however these flowering plants represent […]

Care of the Newborn Foal

Becky Lees BVSc Cert AVP (EM) MRCVS Becky is an equine vet.  Elite Equine Care help Becky look after her two horses Markie and Morgan. Newborn foals are particularly susceptible to the traumas of birth and so if something does go wrong their condition can deteriorate very rapidly. It is important that even subtle abnormalities […]

Caring For Your Horse in Spring

Winter is finally starting to lose its grip and whether you have your horse stabled in an area where cold weather has been the norm or in milder regions, the longer days and warmer temperatures all have an effect on your horse, its health and the care it needs. When the grass starts growing and […]