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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all horses can eat hay/grass. all horses can eat hay/grass.
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yes horses do eat cantaloupe
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Sea horses eat little shrimp
Yes, horses can eat lettuce but it is not recommended.
horses primerily eat grass or hay.
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No horses do not eat monkeys for dinner.
Horses eat them from a trough or bucket.
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horses eat hay and drink water
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