Here is my 21 years old 16:1hh part-thoroughbred and retired show jumper, and me at Chatworth. I have had Solly now for about five years, I used to hunt and enjoy unaffiliated show jumping. His weakness had always been his digestion and problems with weight maintainance, especially in winter when he needs hard/concentrated feeds. It limited the amount of work he was able to do. I then met Han at the Horse of the Year Show and decided to give Aloeride a try. All I can say is that it has transformed my horse.
Since I put him on Aloeride he now maintains his weight, has a healthy shiny coat, and has only rarely had digestive cramp . His digestive foe did return a couple of winters back when I tried to save money by stopping the Aloeride; I soon started it again realising this was false economy. Up until last summer I have been able to hunt Solly and jump occassionally at local shows, he now just hacks out but that’s due to a touch of arthritis and his advancing age. I live near Sheffield and our absolute best rides are riding out in the Peak District National Park. Great routes with stunning views over the valleys and villages at walk, trot and canter. There’s a really super ride around Carsington Water which is about 8 miles and I think it’s spectacular there. I wish you all the best, Sue Winterburn.