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  1. Equine Feeding Basics - Avoiding Common Mistakes Part 2 of 3

      Photo Courtesy of Emily Keene Grains become sugar in the body and horses are not high sugar eaters. Carbs are for energy for work and unless a horse is working hard or nursing or growing fast, grain is not usually even necessary. Sweet feeds high in molasses are particularly detrimental, causing a “sugar rush” that affects attitude, tightening muscles...
  2. Dynamite Polo WIN!

    "We won our first trophy in the California desert! Dynamite Polo Horses! What fun times!"                                                                                 -- Virginia Jones, CA My Dynamite polo horses won our first trophy in the desert!   "I was playing polo in Indio, CA (at the Empire Polo Club) in one-goal tournaments. I keep the polo horses on their Dynamite Foundation Program so my trailer...
  3. My Dynamite Story - Shayla and Phoenix

    My Dynamite Story - Shayla and Phoenix
        SHAYLA PASKETT Serenity Horsemanship & "Phoenix" Rescued Mare (Recently Adopted Out) 2018 On Jan 20th 2018 at 8pm we picked up our new rescue mare. She was terrified at the sight of humans and tried to jump over 5 ½ ft panels to get away in the process of getting her contained. We were her last hope of...
  4. How great is TNT? Hear it straight from the horse's mouth!

    People who feed TNT, an all-in-one formula, to improve the lives of their horses are seeing DYNAMITE results... Submitted by Silver Director Tracie Seavey Audette: "Being involved in rehabilitative therapies for animals, TNT has proven itself over and over again as my “co-healer in a bag.” For horses under stress from training, from an accident, or injury recovery, it has...
  5. Riley's Journey to Dynamite

    Riley's Journey to Dynamite
    A little over 2 years ago I lost my best four legged friend Buster due to old age. Since then I had been on the fence about getting a horse and if that's a road I wanted to go down again. Then I met him. He was a huge 3-year-old Bay Thoroughbred Gelding that had been retired off the track...
  6. Beating Father Time with Optimal Equine Nutrition

    Beating Father Time with Optimal Equine Nutrition
    One would expect that as our animals age that the signs of the years passing would show significantly on our furry friends. We beg to differ. Dynamite definitely subscribes to the philosophy that age is merely a number. Below are two such stories of horses that look better now in their later years than they did as young horses. How...
  7. World Champion Appaloosa

    World Champion Appaloosa
    A distributor since 1987, Nancy Parkison and her championship winning horse, eleven-year-old Totally Paradise “Barbie”, emulate the Dynamite lifestyle. Nancy and Barbie have racked up an amazing win record that includes 8 World Champion Appaloosa Show titles and 3 Reserve World Championships in six years! Nancy’s 2013 World Champion Masters Trail win, that was on the heels of her 2012...
  8. Scott L.—Dynamite’s Distributor Spotlight

    Scott L.—Dynamite’s Distributor Spotlight
    Scott L. and his Dynamite horse, Stuey, at the 4th Annual Little Neshannock Mounted Archery Competition in Pennsylvania This month’s highlighted distributor is Scott L. out of Connecticut. He started his distributorship in 2012 and currently ranks as a Director. For the last 20 years, Scott and his wife, Dawn, have run Tae San Taekwondo and Yoga Academy, which...
  9. Fatima, a True Dynamite Horse!

    Fatima, a True Dynamite Horse!
    At the Dynamite home office, we love hearing how our products are benefiting the people and animals that use them. Dynamite Bronze Director, Vicki H., from Washington, recently shared that her horse, Fatima, was celebrating her 33rd birthday! Fatima is an Anglo-Arab and Vicki has had her for 15 years. She’s been on Dynamite products for 14 years, and has...
  10. Not All Soybeans Are Created Equal

    Not All Soybeans Are Created Equal
    One of our Dynamite distributors recently pointed us to an article about the common use and processing of soy protein. The common processing of soybeans to make soy protein includes extracting the oil, removing the fiber, mixing it with hydrochloric acid and centrifuging it to remove the carbohydrates. The result: a thick, yellow, foamy slurry that has an aroma comparable...

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