Riding centre horses
Health and wellbeing for every horse.
What does modern riding centre need? Clients are increasingly savvy and demanding, so their requests about how their horses are managed and cared for require attention to detail, experienced staff, plenty of space and specialist skills for every aspect of animal husbandry.
The complete commitment needed to look after horses is often underestimated; in addition to grooming, it is also more importantly about managing the horses’ diet. Every horse has different needs depending on their workload, age, temperament, and any specific issues. To ensure you always get what you need, Porrini’s nutritionists have devised dedicated ranges that enable you to optimise resources to keep owners happy while guaranteeing optimum wellbeing and a long, healthy life for their horses.
Specially created for non-professional competition horses and horses of any age that need a healthy, balanced diet, the Fitness range ensures the wellbeing of every type of horse, helping them to stay fit and ready to work without being over-excitable.
The Speciality dietary range has been specially created to meet horses’ specific nutritional requirements and riders’ dietary demands.
If a vet or nutritionist has recommended your horse needs a diet with specific nutrients to stay healthy, we can create the perfect mix specifically designed with your animal’s nutritional requirements in mind.
Help your horse to recharge their batteries and rehydrate after a competition or long journey. Porrini Mash ensures all the benefits of a traditional mash plus the essential nutrients to enhance your horse’s wellbeing.
Research, technology and innovation
Thanks to our relentless research, use of advanced technologies, careful observation, and in-depth understanding of horses and the world of equitation, we deliver innovative solutions that give horses, riders, and yards exactly what they need.
This is how we support you day in day out, and provide all the help you need to keep your horse’s health and wellbeing on top form.