Your brand new OTT has just arrived.
Lanky, thin, ribby and anxious, yet tired and withdrawn. Or maybe highly strung, bargey and burning up a plie of energy in nerves. You notice the dull coat, and brittle hooves. And those manners... Well let’s just say they need some work. At feed time you notice this horse’s appetite is poor at best.
You might have done this all before and know exactly what you’re in for - or maybe it’s your first time. Either way, you’re braced for a long road ahead. Because, after all we horsey folk know the Off The Track Thoroughbreds (OTTs) eat a lot... and take forever to put on weight.
And they give you endless months of worry with their on-again, off-again appetite. And their quiet-today, spooky-tomorrow behaviour.
But... WHAT IF it didn’t have to be like this?
This book will give you the keys to a calm (safe) horse that will bloom into a mount that can gain and hold weight easily.
Who will muscle up beautifully... Get a talk-of-the-town shiny coat...
Amazing hooves... and on a lot less feed and for a lot less money than you expected!
Rest assured, this is possible if you know how. Most of it just relies on you having a basic understanding of what’s going on inside that beautiful creature’s gut!
Download this FREE guide and we’ll show you where your OTT is now in terms of gut health - and what you can realistically do to optimise your horse’s health. We’ll start with the gut, and then we’ll turn our attention to the hooves, coat, muscles, behaviour and condition.
Ready? Let’s go!
The term grass affected is often used by horse owners and equine professionals - but is “grass affected” based in science, or just a catch-all to explain our horse’s behaviour? The truth is, it’s a bit of both. Here's specific list based on science and expert knowledge of what is in grass that can affect our horses.