Peter Sclater, Equine Veterinary Surgeon
“A frequent issue for clients with older horses is that they show classic signs such as increased hair length and poor quality coat, reduced appetite and correspondingly less than ideal body condition. One of my clients with just such a horse contacted me during the summer concerned about how best to feed her horse.
“I spoke to Dodson & Horrell’s vet and was happy for this horse to trial the diet. He started on the new regime early in August and I have just seen him three months later. His owner is delighted with the results. He looks to be in better condition overall with a shiny coat and a good, healthy weight.
“The fact that he eats up well, which he didn’t before, is a very good sign. I am very happy to recommend this feed with helps manage the symptoms a lot of older horses have without high levels of sugar and starch.”