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for my 15.3 hh show horse 2 make him healthy shiny and in good nick I feed him:
1st put 3-5 cups of water in the bucket because the ricebran &copra grows and if it is not soaked in water it will grow in the horses bucket and can kill them
-3/4 cup of soaked barley soak for at least 5hrs buy barley with no add ingrediances
-1/3 of a small dipper (~4 cups) of copra
-1/4 of small dipper of rice bran (refer 2 definition above)
-1 table spoon of dolomite
-1 tablespoon of sulfar
-1 tablespoon of sunflower seeds
-2 teaspoons of copper sulfate (may be known as blue stone)
- 1 tablespoon of garlic
-1/2 of apple cider vinigar
- 1 large dipper of wheaten chaff
- 1 large dipper of lucerne chaff
then mix it up very well you might need 2 put more water in the bucket so the feed is not dusty
then in a hay net put 3 large biscuits of hay in i put that much in but u don't need 2
hope this is what u r looking for

horses also love treats such as sugar cubes, peppermints, even jolly ranchers. horses also eat lots of grass and hay. horses like apples and carrots too.

i have a 14.3 cob X thoroughbred who gets ridden once a day for about an hour usually schooling or jumping then hacking at weekends with some cross-country and showjumping shows evey couple of weekend's. He gets fed this twice a day, in the winter the supplements once a day in the summer supplements with everymeal
1 1/2 small scoops of conditioning cubes
1 1/2 scoops of chaff
1 Lid (from the bottle) of cod-liver oil
1 scoop (the tiny scoops used with medical powders, usually comes with the supplement) of biotin and garlic.
and usually a couple of apples or carrots. Hope It Helps :) xx
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Why do horses eat?

That's just like asking why do humans eat, or any other animal for  that matter. The answer is that so they can live, function, produce  more offspring to ensure the continu

How does the horse eat?

The horse eats grass by grabing hold of selective bits of grass with its lips and the the front teeth bite it. It is then made into a bolus whitch is a ball of food. And then

What do horse eat?

  hay! pelets and i love feeding mine carrots apples and he loves lifesavers! lol

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What do horses eat?

Horses are grazing animals and forage feed (mostly grasses) is  necessary for the proper functioning of their digestive system, as  it is their most natural diet.   

What eats horses?

Humans , wolves ,wild dogs , bears , lions, and cheetahs would.

How do horses eat?

1. A Horse uses its lips and muzzle to gather food. 2.The incisor teeth bit it. (The food) 3.Tongue pushes food back to the molar teeth 4. Molar teeth grind food and mix

What eats a horse?

Mountain lions and wolves prey on wild horses.

What can horses not eat?

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What does the horse eat?

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What do horses eat'?

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How does a horse eat?

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What does Horse eat?

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Do horses eat other horses?

Horses can eat meat and have been trained to eat meat in high altitude and extremely cold environments. As a matter of fact Shackleton took horses with him to Antarctica. The

What do horses eat and how do they eat and when do they eat?

The horse is an herbivor, which means he only eats plant life, grasses mostly. If no grass is available they will need hay and some kind of grain to make sure they get all the

Can horses eat horse apples?

Horse apples = manure Yes, sometimes horses eat manure. This is called coprophagia. Foals start to eat manure at about two weeks of age. It is speculated that this is how they