Wednesday Video from Kentucky Performance Products: A Day in the Life of an Equestrian Influencer

We’re well and truly in the age of the equestrian influencer now, and if you’re anything like me, you might not be quite sure what on earth that actually means. Am I prematurely middle-aged? Maybe. But Meg Elphick, who is arguably one of Britain’s biggest at the moment, has appeared on my radar a few times with some presenting gigs at events such as Bicton’s pop-up five-star, and so I was curious to see what her day-to-day life and work consists of. Turns out it’s a lot of playing with ponies, and I think we can all get on board with that.


Simply put, horses need energy.

Energy is traditionally supplied by cereal grains such as oats, corn, and barley. These feedstuffs deliver energy as carbohydrates or starch. But what if you want to supply more energy to your horse without increasing the feed intake? Feeding a fat supplement is an excellent way to achieve this.

Fat is considered a source of “calm” energy and is thought to modify behavior in some horses, making them more tractable. This, in turn, allows horses to focus their energy on work rather than nervousness.

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