Ultimate Health Through Optimum Nutrition

Imagine how it would feel to have a horse that did not suffer from health issues, gut problems, skin or respiratory allergies or bad hooves?

Imagine how you would feel knowing you were spending your hard-earned money wisely and not throwing it away on feed stuffs your horse didn’t actually need?

That would feel incredible right??

As a qualified horse nutritionist, I can fast track your horse to optimum health with a preventative nutrition feeding programme.

This is formulated specifically for your horse as an individual. Combining my knowledge, qualifications and up to date research, we can overcome health and behavioural problems.

DL Equine believes in treating each horse as an individual and stimulating its own powerful healing abilities with the right nutrition.

DL Equine offers offers the unique service of a diet tailor made to suit your horse’s needs.

Giving your horse a well-balanced specific diet will allow you to:

  • Provide an individual feed system that supplies the essential nutrients your horse’s exact needs for energy, growth, body maintenance and repair.

  • Provide your horse’s body with preventive nutrition, which includes a beneficial diet with specially-chosen herbal remedies will first treat, then ultimately prevent, illness and injury.

The result? – A happy healthy horse, fewer vet and feed bills.

Sound like what you’re after? Let’s do it!

Contact Dale today for a Feeding Programme with ‘real world’ advice backed by up to date scientific research.

Distance consultations easily done via photos and videos.

Read the latest nutrition blogs below

Respiratory Allergies and the Horse

Inflammatory airway disease (IAD) and recurrent airway obstruction (RAO) and summer pasture-associated obstructive pulmonary disease (SPAOPD) (collectively referred to as equine asthma syndrome) can negatively impact the overall health and performance of the... READ MORE

Amino Acids

What are they? The building blocks of protein. 22 of these aa function within the horse’s body. Every aa is an individual with different unique identities. Such as basic or alkaline or neutral.... READ MORE


What are they? Sugars Starches Fibres This is a group of sugar-based compounds, also called saccharides, and comprises important energy sources for the horse. The simplest carbohydrates are monosaccharides (made up of one... READ MORE