Welcome to Pro-Equine
It's only natural that you want the best for your horse and at Pro-Equine we pride ourselves in making only 100% natural products for your horse's health and well-being.
We are horse owners and riders and all of our products have been developed to solve issues that we have been faced with ourselves.
100% Natural Remedies for Happy Horses
We are the largest supplier of Neem products to horse owners because our products work. Our customers get the results they want from a British company they trust. See our product reviews.
And don't just take our customers' word for it! The top quality Neem oil we use in our fly sprays and gels is the only 100% natural product clinically tested to be effective against midges.
(Edinburgh University Study)
What They Say
"I was at my wit's end with my 5 year old gelding and was even considering selling him when I saw Ulsa-Soothe on display at Blair Atholl and thought I'd give it a try. I'd tried everything else! I noticed a difference in him within a week and couldn't believe it. I even took him on a hack which I never had the confidence to do with him before as I was unsure of his behaviour, and he didn't bat an eyelid. I would recommend this product to anyone with a nervy animal and will continue to use this for the foreseeable future."
The weather is changing and with it comes the endless mud and the topic of mud fever returns. What works best? Should I apply barrier cream or wash and scrub, take in or leave out? It's one of the simplest conditions to diagnose, but actually one of the most difficult to manage, so what can be done? Mud fever occurs especially in warm, wet weather, and is associated with a number of causes. It is certainly not limited to horses that are paddling knee deep in mud!
Mud Fever is a skin infection, caused by a variety of different bacteria and fungi. Typical signs include scabbing, pain, swellings, discharge and ulcerated areas in the skin. More severe cases can progress to lameness and lower limb swellings. The importance of regular inspection of the horse’s legs to catch the condition early cannot be stressed enough, and as always, prevention is much better than cure.
I recall many moons ago as a student watching a livery paste handfuls of sticky honey onto her horse's slow-healing leg injury. It was the first time I had seen proud flesh, it was rank - and I also thought the owner was mad! It didn't take long before the transformation was complete and I bought my first jar of Manuka honey for my tack box!