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Well-fed winners make their mark

Created on 04 April 2018 Weather abandonments hit the Easter point-to-point programme, but another three races were completed in the Connolly’s RED MILLS’ intermediate series – and two of the winners were fed on the sponsors’ racehorse cubes.Read More
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York takes the headlines on Subtitle

Written by Connolly's RED MILLS on 14 March 2018

York takes the headlines on Subtitle

Guildford-based rider Phil York could not quite believe his luck when looking for his rivals during Saturday’s Connolly’s RED MILLS Intermediate Race at Kingston Blount.
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It takes teamwork to make a champion

Written by Connolly's RED MILLS on 09 March 2018

It takes teamwork to make a champion

FREEZING temperatures, increasing workloads, travel to new gallops, racecourses and point-to-points are just some of the stresses placed on point-to-pointers at this time of year which may have a negative impact on their performance. With Connolly’s RED MILLS every trainer has direct access to the in-house team of nutritionists, scientists and experts who can provide specialist, on-going nutritional support to ensure peak performance throughout the season.
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Assessing your horse’s body condition score

Assessing your horse’s body condition score regularly is a very useful tool when analysing your horses health. This is particularly important at times of the year where some horses’ are prone to sudden weight gain (summer) and weight loss (winter). 

 

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Colic Part 1: Types of Colic

Colic is a term used to describe abdominal pain and is the most common disorder occuring in the gastrointestinal tract. Colic is a broad term used to describe a range of more specific problems and there are many types of colic horses can suffer from. This article takes a look at these. 

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Nutritional Management Throughout Weaning

Preparation before weaning your foals will make the process much easier. A key aspect of this preparation includes considering the changing nutritional needs of both the mare and foal.
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