Why Champions Love Kelcie's
Meet Laura Kraut, who recommends Kelcie’s
Laura Kraut represented the United States as part of the team at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, winning a gold medal on her horse Cedric. Kraut was a member of the gold medal winning WEG team at Tryon in […]
Meet Sabine Schut-Kery, who recommends Kelcie’s
Sabine Schut-Kery, 2020 Tokyo Olympic Team Silver Medalist, is an elite dressage rider and trainer who competes internationally and also delights audiences with extraordinary equestrian exhibitions. Sabine is originally from Krefeld, Germany, where she was classically trained under Jean Bemelmanns […]
Sydney Collier was part of the 2016 Paralympian United States Para Dressage Team. Sydney was awarded the 2014 FEI Against All Odds Award as well as the 2014 Junior Equestrian Of The Year for pursuing her passion of Paradressage. Shortly […]
Meet Tom McCutcheon, who loves Kelcie’s
Tom McCutcheon is one of the Reining industry’s leading riders with a long list of accolades to his name including NRBC Open Championship, two National Reining Horse Association Derby Reserve Championships, the Tradition Open Futurity, the SWRHA Open Futurity, to […]
Discover why Robyn Fisher loves Kelcie’s
Robyn Fisher is an international three-day eventer, dressage rider and highly experienced coach and trainer. She began riding at the age of five and has spent time in France training with French Olympian Jacques Dulcy, competing all over Europe. Robyn […]
Meet Alyssa Phillips, who is a huge fan of Kelcie’s
Alyssa Phillips in an emerging young rider from Fort Worth, Texas. At the young age of 14, Alyssa represented Area V at the 2011 North American Junior Young Rider Championships, winning both Individual and Team Gold that year. Phillips went […]
The Basics Of Equine Nutrition
Proper nutrition is needed for a healthy body and whether they are raised for competition or leisure purposes, keeping your horse healthy is a very important part of their overall care. Proper nutrition is essential for any horse to achieve […]
Q&A – Why Kelcie’s rather than homemade treats?
Why make your own homemade horse treats when Kelcie’s Healthy Treats will give your equine companion the best horse treat experience in a convenient, bite-sized snack. They’re durable, 100% safe and won’t crumble or leave residue in your pocket. You […]
Get to know Equine Exercise Physiology
When it comes to the care and feeding of your horse, the more you know, the better off you and your horse will be. That is why here at Kelcie’s we believe that every horse owner should know and understand […]
Q&A – How many treats are good for my horse?
Kelcie’s Pumpkin Spice Horse Treats are designed to provide a nutritious, healthy reward for your horse. They can be fed up to 2lb, per horse, per day. Made using 100% natural ingredients, locally sourced from neighborhood farmers, Kelcie’s Horse Treats […]
Meet David Koss, top level trainer
David Koss, son of rider and breeder, Vicky Koss, is a highly acclaimed three-day event rider who has successfully competed at a top level throughout his career. David is also a certified course designer and constructor. Having competed at, and […]
Ardencote Farm recommends Kelcie’s Horse Treats
We talk to Dale Hailstones, high level show jumping groom at Ardencote Farm in Warwickshire, about why he chooses Kelcie’s Horse Treats for his horses. Kelcie’s Treats have quickly become a crowd favorite at Ardencote Farm. We have been feeding […]
Q&A – What’s the best reward for your horse?
Getting the right nutrition for your horse is vital. If you’re following a healthy regime and feeding your horse a nutritious diet every day, you’ll definitely want to ensure that you’re rewarding your equine friend with only the very best, […]
Meet Nick Skelton, Olympic Show Jumper
Nick Skelton is a world-renowned show jumper with over 40 years of experience, including winning thousands of classes and hundreds of Grand Prix events. He holds the British equestrian high jump record when he cleared over 7’7” on Lastic in […]
What Nutrients does my horse need?
This is a particularly good question because most horses eat a rather standard diet which can include oats, hay alfalfa or a specific veterinarian approved equine feed. Here at Kelcie’s, we advise that any good feeding programme should meet the […]