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Nia O’Malley

Chief Equine Nutritionist Sport Horse B.Sc. Eq.

Nia graduated from the University of Limerick in Equine Science, and since then, she has followed the path of equine nutrition and exercise physiology. Her interests include nutrition for the performance horse, the broodmare and growing youngstock, and digestive related issues.

Nia is an essential member of the Connolly’s RED MILLS Technical Support Team, who’s work involves visiting farms and training centres throughout Europe and the US, assessing horses, preparing diet plans, offering nutritional advice. Nia also gives talks and presentations on equine exercise physiology and equine nutrition.

 

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Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome (EGUS)

Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome (EGUS)
What is EGUS? The term Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome (EGUS) was first used in 1999 to describe erosive and ulcerative diseases of the stomach in the ..
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Gastric ulcers (EGUS) in the performance horse

Gastric ulcers (EGUS) in the performance horse
Every horse owner appreciates the delicate nature of the horse’s gut. Gastric ulceration (EGUS) is a widespread condition which unfortunately seems ..
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My horse is lacking in condition and muscle/topline, how can I improve on this?

My horse is lacking in condition and muscle/topline, how can I improve on this?
Are you feeding enough? It could be the case that your horse is not getting enough feed to fuel the work that is being asked plus maintain body condi..