I am currently feeding my 19 year old TB gelding Purina Horseman's Edge Senior. I used to feed him Albers Senior but my feed store stopped carrying it and recommended I try the Horseman's Edge because it was similar in price. One of the first things I noticed about this feed is I can't find a list of ingredients for it. I know that the Albers had beet pulp and other good stuff in it and also had a nice, yummy smell to it. The horsemans Edge smells like rabbit food and I'm not so sure it has any beet pulp in it. Matter of fact, I don't know what it has in it. I read on another forum that it is low quality and has fillers in it like peanut hulls Caesar is at a decent weight right now but he still has a thin look to him. He's been wormed and has had his teeth done he's just always been a hard keeper. I give him a good amount of hay everyday and was wondering if it's just better to spend a little more and put him on either Purina Senior or Nutrena senior. My current feed store carries Purina and there is another store that recently opened that carries Nutrena. I have heard many good things about both of those feeds but I haven't heard much about the Horseman's Edge. I would like to hear any opinions you may have about any of these feeds.