Select Page
Top Tip Tuesday

Top Tip Tuesday

The benefits of feeding a chaff before you ride Unlike humans, horses are designed to eat continuously throughout the day and their stomachs work best when provided with a constant trickle of food. It is a common myth that horses should be exercised on an empty tummy...
Fly Protection  101

Fly Protection 101

As the temperatures rise, so do the insect populations. Although managing these pests can prove challenging, your horse will be eternally grateful for your efforts. Below are Whipley Manors top five tips that can help you protect your horse from insects. 1. Manure...
Joint Support 101

Joint Support 101

Do you know your HA from your ASU? Taking steps to protect your horses joint health can not only speed up healing after injury but also help to combat general wear and tear. Over time supplementation can help preserve your horse’s  athleticism as well as...
Electrolytes 101

Electrolytes 101

Confused about electrolytes? Well we couldn’t really blame you! There are so many on the market, covering a whole range of price points and some people even choose just to feed regular table salt. So does your horse really need this often misunderstood...
Frozen Grass 101

Frozen Grass 101

With the colder weather here to stay we thought we would take the time to talk to you about frosty grass and why it can be a big worry for horse owners, especially those with animals prone to laminitis. During sunny weather grass makes and stores sugars, a process...