Best Tack, Feed, Hay and Supplies in North Carolina

Do you supply horse tack or horse feed to an equine athlete in North Carolina? For feed, Hay or grass can be fed right up to the time of competition. Grain or feed concentrates that are high in starch should be fed at least 4 hours before exercise or competition. The sugars and starches in grain will produce a rapid rise in glucose in the horse’s body. Insulin will then rise to compensate, interfering with proper glucose metabolism.

Considering a side pull bridle to add to your horse tack in North Carolina? Trainers may start young horses with a side pull to learn directional signals without placing pressure on a sensitive mouth. Other uses of a side pull are horses that are uncomfortable carrying a bit, horses with dental problems, malformed jaws or other facial injuries. Are you a savvy horse supplement shopper in North Carolina? Price is always a consideration, but don’t strain your budget with spending on supplements. Also, cheaper isn’t always better, especially if the product that saves you money lacks label information, or a method to contact the manufacturer or any evidence of quality-control measures.

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