Cavalor Direct

Cavalor Direct is the UK's only dedicated reseller of Cavalor branded products. We provide expert advice in the use of the entire range of supplements, care products and feed. Online sales available at

Sam’s Determination Keeps Pony Ed Fit and Happy

Now 15-years-old, Welsh Section A pony, Ed first experienced laminitis at the age of five and his devoted owner Sam Bull has done everything in her power ever since to keep him happy and comfortable.

Are Fructans and Sugars the Same?

It has been known that horses and ponies that are fed too much carbohydrate by accidental grain overload may develop laminitis. Another important cause of laminitis is consumption of lush pasture.

The Immune System

The body's immune system is what protects it from germs, viruses, and bacteria. The stronger the immune system, the less likely the horse will...

Superstar Pony Benefits From Laminaid

It was so great to see him gradually improve and by week seven he was back to full fitness and thankfully has never looked back.

Managing laminitic horses

To avoid development or improve an existing laminitic episode, it is essential that underlying systemic endocrine problems are addressed in addition to treating the foot itself.

The Power of Oxygen

Oxygen is indispensable for the (equine) body; it is essential for providing the cells of the body with energy. Without oxygen, powerful muscles count...

Did you know how a horse’s topline is defined?

Cavalor makes the best supplements & feed for your horse

Healthy From Within

A healthy horse with a gleaming coat: that’s what all owners want. But how can we get our horse in that condition? Is it just a question of applying a shampoo or spray, or is more involved?

Cavalor Laminaid

Cavalor LaminAid works at various different levels in the body to tackle metabolic disorders in an integral manner that can lead to symptoms of laminitis. It supports the sensitive intestinal flora and brings hormonal and metabolic processes back into balance.

Feeding the Metabolically Challenged Horse

The term “metabolic horse” is more and more commonly heard in the equine industry due to a high prevalence of horses with conditions such as Equine Metabolic Syndrome (EMS), Pars Pituitary Intermedia dysfunction (PPID), Polysaccharide Storage Myopathy (PSSM), Insulin Resistance (IR), obesity and laminitis


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