Owning a horse gives great satisfaction, but also requires continuous effort.
The relationship that forms between a horse and rider is unique: the horse becomes a member of the family, but one from which a lot is expected.
For this reason, it is important that the horse is on top form, every day.
In looking after a horse, "sufficient" is never enough, so the environment, health, diet and care of minute details become crucially important to guarantee not only the horse's performance, but also its wellbeing.
Wellbeing and performance are, in fact, tightly linked in an animal that often has to face periods alternating between intensive activity and almost complete inactivity, not to mention the stress caused by transportation, changes in diet or the daily routine. The best care you can give your horse, therefore, is to make sure that constant attention is paid to all of the factors which affect the animal's condition, so that it is ready to face any situation at its best.