Powerful fast-acting chasteberry
tincture for moody hormonal mares
To support the body’s
and pain mechanisms
To care for the specific requirements of the growing foal, young horse and broodmare.
Enhanced antioxidant and connective tissue nutrition.
Fast-acting nutritional support for quality hoof growth and protection against cracked brittle hooves.
Offer protection from over reaches, knocks and grazes.
A patented, innovative way to apply insect repellents, leather and grooming products.
To aid upper respiratory health and promote clear breathing.
Extra strong horsefly repellent spray. Protects from horse flies, ticks, mosquitoes and flies.
A must for young horses in work, recovering from injury and those who jump and gallop.
hoofmunch® 'for...healthy hardworking hooves' with kelp, nettle and rosehip. Fortified with biotin, zinc and methionine.
The most fully-comprehensive supplement you can buy.
Nutritional support for quality hoof growth and protection against cracked brittle hooves.
To assist ponies and older horses in supporting their natural hormone level, enabling a more healthy life.
When all else fails try a little magic! Five Star Treatment for a calm, concentrated horse.
Active against a wide spectrum of 'hoof eating' bacteria and fungal invasions which cause poor hoof quality.
Provides nutrients to support strong structural and connective tissue for healthy hooves.
Grown and sustainably harvested on the remote shores of the Outer Hebrides.
Clare MacLeod MSc RNutr is one of the UK's few registered independent equine nutritionists and is also an expert on health and fitness. Clare is a hands-on horse owner and is passionate about correct nutrition as a foundation for good health. Clare's blog »
Graham Duncanson BVSc MSc(VetGP) DProf FRCVS has many years of expertise here and abroad. He has treated everything from camels to horses and is passionate about equine dentistry. His other special areas of expertise are equine dermatology and poisons. Graham's blog »
Carolyn Henderson is a freelance journalist for national publications and organisations, the author of many equestrian books and a horse owner and rider. Her passions are working with young horses and the correct use of tack and equipment. Carolyn's blog »
A commonly asked question is if joint supplements can be fed along with bute or other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). Ideally, the answer should be obtained from the vet who has prescribed the drug, since they should provide advice about what can and cannot be fed along with the drug. Continue reading Clare's latest post…
Sir Terry Wogan, the famous broadcaster, is slightly older than me. One of his favourite expressions is: “I am rarely free of pain.” I often feel the same, particularly when getting out of bed or when I have been sitting in a car for some time. Continue reading Graham's latest post…
What does your horse want for Christmas? Before you think I’ve lost my marbles and defected to My Little Ponyland, it’s a serious question. Continue reading Carolyn's latest post…
Pegasus understands horses, and we understand the value of a first class diet in improving equine health and performance. Our business is dedicated to helping you give your horse all he needs for a happy healthy life.More about Pegasus Health