Protein quality and quantity

Protein makes up an important part of a horse’s diet. It is a nutrient as well as a building block for all living organisms.  Protein contains amino acids that the body needs for cell building and other metabolic processes. In the equine body, tissues are made up of cells. All these cells – for example […]

Research behind the product: ArtiTec

The first ingredient in our products is knowledge. Ingredients with proven effects are an important part of Cavalor, and this proven effectiveness is examined in scientific studies. In this article, read all about the research behind Cavalor ArtiTec.  Proven product Low-grade inflammation is common in joints that perform. However, joint inflammation initiates a cascade of […]

Details make the difference

A minuscule difference – a few hundredths of a second – often means winning or losing in equestrian sport. The difference is in the details. As a top athlete, you are always striving for perfection. Both you and your horse, giving everything at the right moment. In this article, we delve deeper into the specific […]

What’s the difference between Cavalor Tradition Mix and Cavalor Strucomix Original?

Every horse is different. Each horse has different needs. Your horse’s nutritional needs depend on its breed, weight and age in combination with the amount of exercise it gets. And your horse may also have additional special dietary needs for which you’ll want to adjust its feeding. In this blog post we discuss Cavalor Tradition […]

5 tips to optimally prepare your horse for competition and hot days

The days are getting warmer and competitions are slowly being rolled out again. Happy days ahead! We all know that the past few months have brought all kinds of new challenges. Many of us have had to adapt their horse’s management, varying from winding the training down a bit to 24-7 turnout. We are all […]

Elektrolytes – a hype or a must?

With summer in town it is the perfect time to stress the importance of electrolytes. Some equestrians feed them to their horses daily, while others only feed them in extreme heat or during a strenuous competition. But when do horses need those extra electrolytes, and why? Just like humans, horses sweat to control their body […]

Whiter than white: washing your grey horse

Everyone loves greys. Especially when they look whiter than white – not always an easy achievement. And certainly not when they lie down on that one pile of poo in the stable, roll around in the grass, or work on a wet track. Greys get dirty quickly and they’re not easy to clean. Want to […]

Sport in hot temperatures

It’s summer! Most of us can enjoy the hot weather (as long as it doesn’t get too hot). Horses, however, have a thermoneutral zone different from that of humans, with ideal temperatures falling between -5 and +15 °C. Horses have more muscle mass to keep them warm, and less bare skin to cool them. In […]