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Gaining an Edge with Muscle Tone

Gaining an Edge with Muscle Tone

Posted by Jyme Nichols, PhD on Dec 17th 2020

Riding horses is a physically demanding sport. Not only for the horse but for the rider as well. I like to use analogies and stories to help people relate to what is going on with their horse. So, … read more
Alley Issues Tied to Nutrition

Alley Issues Tied to Nutrition

Posted by Jyme Nichols, PhD on Dec 8th 2020

No matter what kind of races you attend or what caliber horse you ride, fine tuning your horse’s nutrition program increases your chance of success. Have you ever felt a sugar high from eating a ca … read more
What is Moving Up?

What is Moving Up?

Posted by Dr. Bill Vandergrift on Nov 25th 2020

What is Moving Up?Is your horse missing the winners circle by a hair? Does it seem like he or she needs just a little extra “something” to move to that next level? Whether your horse is clearing jumps … read more
Support for Bleeders

Support for Bleeders

Posted by Dr. Jyme Nichols on Mar 25th 2020

In studies of race horses, bleeding was detected in 50-60% of horses after one race. In studies where the same horses were examined after three races, almost 90% bled at least once. Deep within the … read more

Is Vitamin E Supplementation Alone Enough?

Posted by StrideAH Staff on May 1st 2019

Many horses benefit from supplemental vitamin E in order to counter act stress and the negative consequences of EPM or muscle dysfunction. However, by supplementing vitamin E only without vitamin … read more