Help Your Horse
No-one knows your horse better than you and as such he is totally reliant on you for his health, happiness and well-being through ongoing observation of his state of mind and physiology.
Sadly we’re only recently becoming aware of the prevalence of ulcers - before when we noticed something was wrong with our horse we tended to go down the route of a change of diet, supplements, re-worming and a visit from the vet.
Ulcers are slow non-healing acid burns and now that we know of the pain and discomfort our horses suffer from we can take steps to heal and prevent ulcers recurring.
Observe observe observe - the longer your horse has ulcers the more he suffers, the harder it is to treat them and the longer it can take. Horse with ulcers are in pain. Horses can die from ulcers.