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As passionate horse owners our aim is to deliver hard working products that really make a difference to horses’ lives.

The Equilibrium blog provides news and information on equestrian lifestyle, offers advice and insight on equine therapy, nutrition and wellbeing along with useful resources and invaluable tips.


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Our winner for January to March 2020

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'We are delighted to announce Cerys Withey as our Rising Star winner for January to March 2020. Cerys and her horses, Ryan and Brian, impressed us with their dedication, hard work and achievements. We are looking forwards to working with her,…

There’s something for everyone in the Field Relief Range

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Like people, every horse has a different shaped head and their own preferences for what they find comfortable. When it comes to fly masks, some need their muzzle protecting or have sensitive ears, while others might need as little on their face…

Get Spring Cleaning

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After a very long, wet, winter, spring is finally here! The sun is shining, the ground is drying up and the grass is starting to grow. For most horse owners, this is probably the most pleasant time of the year. All the goodness of summer but…

Massage with your horse

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When we are limited as to what we can do with our horses it is always nice to take a step back from the craziness and spend some quality time with your steed. Maybe you have had competitions cancelled and have therefore eased off the workload…

Equilibrium Stories

We love hearing our customer’s stories of how our products have helped to make a difference to their horses’ lives. Please use the hashtag #EquilibriumStories on your social media channels when sharing your stories and pictures…

Sunshine Challenge – Noel

Name: Tamsin O'Connor Horses name: Noel Age: 12 Discipline: Ex-racehorse, takes part in all riding club activities and long hacks Tamsin says: Simplysunshine is a great product, because it is concentrated, and you only need to feed a small…

Poll injuries from Pulling Back

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Poll Injuries from Horses Pulling Back, from a Veterinary Physiotherapists point of view: It is inevitable that most horses will be tied up from time to time, whether on the yard, in their stable, or in a lorry or trailer. Some horses will…

Feeding at Variable Heights in the Stable

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Sponsored Rider Judy Harvey uses different feeding heights in her stable after attending the Equine Sports Science Seminar with Centaur Biomechanics, where Sharon May-Davies presented about the requirement for domesticated horses to have variable…

Where, When and Why Heat Therapy Should be Used!

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Heat TherapyHeat therapy, also known as thermotherapy, is one of the most comforting forms of therapy available and is usually accepted well by horses and ponies. It is easy to apply and has many benefits.The Benefits of Heat TherapyIncreased…

Where, When and Why Cold Therapy Should be Used!

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Cold TherapyCold therapy, also known as cryotherapy, is a versatile therapy that we all reach for at the first signs of injury.The Benefits of Cold TherapyThe main purpose of cold therapies is to constrict the capillaries and reduce…