Mine all get pasture that is timothy/orchard/bluegrass. Stallions, mares/foals & outside training horses come in at night. They all get free choice minerals & free choice grass hay. Mine are easy keepers for the most part and all get regular exercise (some more than others). Any supplements are split amongst feedings.
The mares get Enrich 32 ration balancer to supplement pasture, no hard feed needed. Buttons also gets MSM & Yucca as she has mild arthritis.
Hondo (ridden 3 x's wk) He is our oldest at 29 & gets chopped alfalfa/timothy instead of grass hay, 4 lbs Strategy GX, desert yucca & DAC foundation formula twice daily.
Dynasty - 15 yo stud, daily pasture 2 lbs Strategy GX twice daily.
Lacey (has 14 wk old stud colt on her side) Daily pasture, Ultium Growth 4 lbs 3 times a day. Merit is now being fed on his own a small amt as well.
Woodstock - 5 lbs Strategy GX twice daily + electrolytes & SmartTendon for support of an injury sustained last fall.
Pella - yrlg filly - 3 lbs Ultium Growth + DAC foundation formula twice daily.
Outside training horses are fed owner's choice.
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