I just recently rescued a young emaciated Thoroughbred stallion from a muddy auction pen. I've owned horses for years, even stallions, but he is the first emaciated horse that I've had. My vet told me that he needs a lot of TLC on top of a high calorie diet, worming and a vaccine plan. My farrier came and took care of his hooves. I feed Blue Seal Sentinel LifeTime to all of my horses, and I'm increasing his rations slowly. Is there a high calorie feed I can give to him along with the hay? Or, should I just keep feeding him what I have and hope for the best? Another other advice would be great!
Also, I've already read the thread about emaciated horses but I still want some advice.