Anyone have any nutrition advice, I just want my main boy who's getting older to be in perfect health on the inside and look it on the outside. I bought a bag of the Dumor Ultra Shine just because I wanted my gelding to slick out nice and pick up a little weight. He's on a mix of Safe Choice with a small amount of Omelene 200, free choice hay and 24/7 turnout, and Sho-Glo which is a Manna Pro product, which I love, it's just a vitamin and mineral supplement because the hay around here isn't the best quality and pastures just got replanted so not much grass right now. I added the Omega Horse Shine equivalent, Dumor Ultra Shine not even two weeks ago and I swear I can see a difference in his coat! Oh and by the way, other than miscellaneous sweet feeds, I've only got access to Nutrena or Purina feeds, we've got a Tractor Supply and a few small feed stores that specialize in cheap junk but that's it! I'm trying to become more knowledgeable about his health and nutrition and I'm open to any suggestions.
You can even make up a regimen I should put him on and I'll consider it highly! I don't mind mixing/weighing, adding or subtracting anything.
He's a 15 year old 14.3 hh quarter horse gelding, lesson horse at least 3 days a week, not more than a trot other than the few students who are loping on him. 3 days a week he's in moderate conditioning mode because lesson horse is his side job, he's a barrel horse mostly. I'd say he's in moderate work overall.
I want him to be in perfect health and to shine like he's never shined before!
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