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Severe Colic and New Treatments

Generally, the population of horses that develop severe colic includes the ones that don’t respond to the veterinarian’s initial treatment. Almost all severe colics start as mild colics that are simply left too long. Delve into the signs and symptoms of severe colic in this guest blog by Dr. Anthony Blikslager originally featured on The Horse. Addressing your horse’s [...]

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7 Must-Know Horse Colic Prevention Tips

Colic is one of the most distressing medical emergencies a horse owner can experience; it can come on quickly, is extremely painful and potentially life threatening. Luckily, with a good understanding of your horse's digestive system, you can help prevent colic in your horse. Below is an overview of how colic develops, along with seven [...]

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Jump Into Show Season with Sore No-More [Infographic]

As summer approaches, many riders are prepping for their first show of the season. Get ready for a successful show season with research-backed Sore No-More and Benefab by Sore No-More. This perfect pair works together to soothe sore muscles, fight inflammation and boost performance. Pack your show season trunk with these equestrian must-haves: 

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Colic Prevention and Relief Tips

As the top cause of death in horses, colic is dreaded among horse owners. Luckily, prevention is possible. Learn several preventative and relief measures you can take in this guest blog by Benefab by Sore No-More writer Katie Casale.  Equine colic is a common disorder of the digestive system. The term colic means abdominal pain and the condition [...]

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Jump Into Show Season: Tips For A Better Season

Gearing up for show season? As equestrians ourselves, we know how busy and exciting this time of year is for you. You’ve probably already made a list of the shows you’d like to attend, gone through your prize lists, and are excited for a chance to get in the ring and show off your hard work. Being [...]

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Spring Into Workout Tips

Is your horse out of condition after a long winter break? Get your horse back into shape in time for show season and trail riding this spring with this guest blog by Benefab by Sore No-More writer Katie Casale.Spring is in the air; which means here comes the challenge of getting our horses back into shape. If you live [...]

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Understanding Your Horse's Natural Insect Defense

There are many ways to squash pests this fly season, such as insect repellents and fly sheets, that are useful and effective. But did you know that your horse has its own natural defense against insects?Depending on where you live, fly season may be well under way or you may have just noticed your first [...]

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What You Need to Know About Equine Skin Health

A healthy, shiny coat, while not the most important factor when showing or competing, will always catch the judges' eyes. It is also a sign of good equine health in the largest, most visible organ - the skin. Skin health is sometimes overlooked; however, it is clear when things are not going well. Bumps, irritation, swelling, rashes and infections are all [...]

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​Simple Ways to Green Your Barn

Earth Day is on its way, and over here at Team Arenus, we are thinking about ways to make our barns, homes and workplace even more environmentally friendly.If you haven't already started to “go green” in your barn, you might consider getting a head start this month. Not only is a greener barn better for [...]

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The Benefits of Eq-Well in Performance Recovery [Infographic]

Performance recovery is essential for strong, healthy horses. Our new vitamin-mineral balancer, Eq-Well, supports strong bones, healthy immune function and muscle recovery in horses of every age and performance level. Packed with key nutrients: ⠀ Chelated Iron⠀Natural Vitamin E ⠀Omega-3 ⠀TeleFIRM-S⠀Sodium Zeolite A and HMTBa⠀⠀

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