• Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome (EGUS)

    EGUS (Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome) was first used to generally describe ulceration of the horse’s stomach in 1999. It is now known that the disease is different according to the position of the ulcer within the horses’ stomach. There are now thought to be two types of gastric ulcer diseases now namely; ESGD – Equine […]

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  • Are Fats Good For My Horse?

    “Fat is Good for my Horse” – Really? The GAIN Equine Nutrition range contains many products with high energy levels and a good proportion of that energy is coming from high quality vegetable oils. However, a question I am regularly asked is ‘why is fat good for my horse’? I hope the information here will […]

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  • GAIN Mares Series 2019/2020

    GAIN Equine Nutrition are delighted to continue their sponsorship of the ‘GAIN Mares Series’ for the 2019/2020 point-to-point season. The opening race of the series will take place at the Kilkenny point-to-point on November 3rd at Damma House and conclude in the Spring with the much-coveted final taking place in Ballynoe, Co. Cork. GAIN Equine […]

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  • Prepare For Foal Sales This Winter

    How To Prepare Foals For Winter Sales Preparing foals for the November and December foal sales can be a daunting and difficult task. Early foals have a distinct physical advantage in that they are naturally at a later developmental stage than their younger counterparts. Foals born in May and June are still very young and […]

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