NutriScience is proud to announce it has achieved the GMP + Feed Safety Assurance Certificate, which encompasses good manufacturing practise and high quality product standards.
NutriScience is proud to announce its sponsorship of the Thoroughbred Class at this year’s Stepping Stones League at Wexford Equestrian Centre.
NutriScience is proud to announce its sponsorship of Team GB dressage rider Alicia Griffiths. Read about her exiting career and how GastroCare gastrointestinal health supplement helped her to manage ulcers in her horse, Darcy
Spring is in the air, and foaling season is here again. The arrival of a new foal can be an exciting time. What will it look like? What shall we call it? What kind of personality will it have? The eleven-month equine pregnancy gives us plenty of time to prepare for the birth, eleven months that will pass very quickly, and it’s never too early to get cracking! So what can we expect?
Swedencare AB (publ) (“Swedencare”) has acquired the Irish animal healthcare company Ecuphar Ltd, known under the brand name NutriScience (“NutriScience”), a subsidiary of Ecuphar N.V. (“Ecuphar”).
It’s taken us all summer but we finally caught up with Shane Moloney. Shane is a hard man to keep up with, he never seems to be off a pony, either warming up or competing. A super cool competitor under pressure, no competition is ever a foregone conclusion until he has jumped! A quality he exhibited recently winning a very competitve 1.10M Nutriscience/Mackey Summer Tour Final in Ballyrafter, with a third place also just for good measure.
This week’s featured rider is Hazel Harte from the rebel county. It’s hard to believe what this young lady has achieved in a short time, through hard work and dedication. Hazel is one of those unique riders who possess the enviable ability to quietly convert totally ‘green’ ponies into winners at national level in a short time. A quietly-spoken individual who prefers to do her talking in the ring!!!
Sweet itch (pruritis) is a skin condition that occurs in horses, ponies and other equines. An allergic reaction to bites from Culicoides midges, sweet itch will make the affected animal’s skin inflamed and itchy, and can cause horses to bite, scratch or rub at their skin. Some helpful info….