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  • NRG Rewards - Nuritious and Natural Treat | The NRG Team
    too By using Australian grown ingredients and including The NRG Team s famous Stockgain sweet feed in the mix Rewards is the smart sweet and chewy treat for your best friend Simply break off a portion of the bar and offer it to your horse as a reward It is a cost effective wholly nutritious and convenient way to offer an incentive Whether you need to catch your horse in a hurry offer a bribe during a difficult task or just want to spoil your mount after a big session in the saddle reward your horse with NRG s Rewards treat and know you re giving a dose of good nutrition too Nutritional Info Key Benefits Crushed Oats Maize Nutritious and natural sweet treat Faba Beans Lupins Full of vitamins minerals and salts Wheat Rice Made from Australian ingredients Soya Meal Stockgain Added Ideal for rewards bribes or incentives Vinegar Preservative Sometimes you just want to spoil your horse especially if he s just put in a huge effort for you NRG Rewards is a treat without the guilt because it s good for them Naomi White Performance Rider and NRG Team Ambassador Why not try Stockgain Garlic ACV Download

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  • NRG Pro-tect cream - Manage Skin Problems | The NRG Team
    greasy heel mud fever and other skin complaints This water resistant cream has a sulphur base which has a wide range of health benefits for the horse Sulphur is one of the most abundant minerals found in a horse s body and through absorption helps detoxify cells relieves pain assists with collagen production to heal scars and improve skin health and provides a natural block against parasites and allergens NRG Pro tect is water resistant and absorbs into the skin to withstand immersion from water troughs and the impact of rain for several days after application The NRG Team and customers continue to have outstanding success with treating Greasy Heel and Mud Fever with liberal applications of NRG Pro tect daily Key Benefits Help Manage Greasy Heel and Mud Fever Natural pain relief for minor cuts and abrasions Help heal scars and improve skin health Natural block against parasites and allergens Pro tect is always in our stable I use it for minor cuts and abrasions and it s great for helping with skin irritations Tim Clarke Professional Showjumper and NRG Team Ambassador Why not try Pink Noze Stride Hoof Cream Download a Fact Sheet Download Australian Made and Owned

    Original URL path: http://www.nrgteam.com.au/product/pro-tect/ (2015-11-27)
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  • NRG Stockgain - Full of vitamins and minerals | The NRG Team
    micro and macro minerals and salts to provide a dose of quality nutrition while helping owners win the battle with fussy eaters and drinkers NRG Stockgain is extremely versatile Save money by adding NRG Stockgain directly to any dry feeds to improve digestion and dramatically reduce wastage Mask powders and medicines with the sweet taste of NRG Stockgain for a hassle free dosage Add small quantities to water to encourage fussy drinkers or mask poor tasting water sources Re hydrate quickly after heavy exercise by adding NRG Stockgain to water for greatly improved consumption Dilute small quantities of NRG Stockgain with water and apply directly over hay or other equine fodder to minimise wastage after a hard workout Stockgain can help improve cell re hydration and kidney health in horses by encouraging them to drink more than normal Stockgain can also assist with unreliable water quality when travelling away with horses By starting them on Stockgain with their water at home simply add Stockgain to each water source while travelling and your horse won t detect the difference Greatly increase your horse s water consumption regardless of your location with Stockgain After a hard workout NRG Stockgain can help improve cell re hydration and kidney health in horses by encouraging them to drink more than normal Stockgain can also assist with unreliable water quality when traveling away with horses By starting them on Stockgain with their water at home simply add Stockgain to each water source while travelling and your horse won t detect the difference Greatly increase your horse s water consumption regardless of your location with Stockgain Nutritional Info Key Benefits Black Strap Molasses Help improve feed consumption and digestion Apple Cider Vinegar Help improve water consumption and kidney health Autolyzed Yeast Concentrate Drastically reduce feed wastage Seaweed

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  • Horse Care | The NRG Team
    Search Home Horse Care Horse Care Grooming Coat Markers Banding False Tail W False Tail E Plaiting Supplements Fussy Drink Fussy Eaters First Aid Greasy Heel Minor Cuts Dry Hooves Sunburn Australian Made and Owned NRG Horses NRG Community NRG all over the world Follow Us Contact Us P O Box 98 Seville VIC 3139 Australia 03 5964 2999 About Us Australian Owned and Made NRG Community NRG Horses NRG

    Original URL path: http://www.nrgteam.com.au/horsecare/ (2015-11-27)
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  • Attaching A False Tail For English Riding | The NRG Team
    into two large sections with the middle of the tail bone in between both tail sections Gather together a small 1cm section of hair from one side of the tailbone and a small 1cm section of hair from the other side Note When you have this section of hair the parting of the hair around this section will appear like a circle This end section of hair that grows out of the bottom of the tailbone will form the base of your plait Place a rubber band around the rest of the tail to keep it away from your tailbone plait Divide the tailbone hair section into three pieces and begin a very firm plait for an approx length of 15cm Apply two bands at the end of your tailbone plait Collect your false tail and forceps Insert the blunt forceps through the base of the plait Clasp the top loop of the false tail with the forceps and pull back through the top of the plait Insert the forceps through the exposed loop of the false tail Clasp the bottom of the plait hair at the rubber band then pull the plait back through the exposed loop of the false tail Attach two rubber bands to the plait and the false tail to secure together Undo the plait holding the remaining tail hair Brush out the tail and false tail hair together to blend Trim the remaining natural tail hairs to match the length of the false tail Ideally tail length should not exceed the chestnut markings To remove the false tail simply remove the two bands holding the two tails together Take your scissors and carefully cut the two bands at the end of the tailbone plait Undo the plait and slide the false tail off Brush the

    Original URL path: http://www.nrgteam.com.au/horsecare/clipping/ (2015-11-27)
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  • How To Create Perfect Show Plaits | The NRG Team
    comb to hold the rest of the mane back from your work area Spray this first section with Proplaits Using two fingers divide the first section of mane into three sections Begin plaiting the hair from right side to left Your thumb must be used to hold the plait tightly during the process as you work downwards To complete the plait apply a rubber band The band must be applied by twisting the band around the hair To complete the band pull the remaining hair half way through the band to create a loop that folds back under the plait Repeat this process to the end of the mane If your horse does not have much hair at the wither apply a band around the last section of hair Plait downwards from the band to create a small plait Sewing Take a short blunt sewing needle and thread with a cotton thread colour to suit your horse Tie a knot at the end of the thread Fold the plait in half and then roll the remaining half under the plait until it cannot be rolled any further Note This will take practice as it is all about the pressure whilst you are rolling the plait and the tightness of the initial plait Once rolled keep hold of the rolled plait in one hand pinching between your thumb and index finger Take the needle and thread push the needle upwards away from you from the underside of the plait through the centre Then push the needle back through the base of the plait towards you at a 45 angle to the first thread Push the needle back up again through the underside of the plait Then push the needle back through at the OPPOSITE 45 angle to the last thread If

    Original URL path: http://www.nrgteam.com.au/horsecare/plaiting/ (2015-11-27)
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  • Attaching A False Tail For Western Events | The NRG Team
    the strands and form a loop starting at the base of the strand Take the false tail loop and thread this strand loop through the false tail loop Then pull the entire strand through the false tail loop Hold the strand up higher than the false tail so the false tail loop hangs close to the base of the strand Take the second strand of hair and cross the first strand over the top to begin a braid Hold the crossed strands together Now take a strand from one side of the false tail and cross it over the top of the two crossed strands to continue the braid Now take another strand from the false tail on the opposite side and cross this strand into your braid Make sure you are keeping pressure on the braid as you move downwards Once you have braided both sides of the false tail into the braid take another strand of natural tail from one side cross it over the top and work the strand into the braid Now take another strand of natural tail from the opposite side and work this into the braid This will stop the two tails separating Braid another two more crosses of false tail strands from opposite sides AND two more natural tail strands afterwards and work them into the braid Hold the braid tightly as you apply TWO rubber bands to secure the end of the braid Take hold of the bottom strands of the braid just below the band and pull apart in opposite direction to tighten the braid and apply upwards pressure on the band This will help the braid sit flat inside the natural tail Finally pull the top layer of natural tail up and over the braid to hide Brush the outer

    Original URL path: http://www.nrgteam.com.au/horsecare/falsetails/ (2015-11-27)
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  • Helpful Tips For Western Banding | The NRG Team
    mane Do not move the hair but move the band around the hair This way the finished band will lie flat against the neck If you move the hair around the band ie lift the band up and down whilst applying the band your mane is less likely to lie flat against the neck Take the underneath hair of the band and pull it tight Note You may notice that the band will be pulled closer to the neck Repeat this process to the end of your horse s neck Trim the band to the desired length Note If you trim your bands quite short it enhances the look and line of your horse s neck Using your thinning scissors start at the wither and trim your horse s mane to your desired length Note Our preference for length is approx 2 inches When using the thinning scissors make sure you have the flat blade resting on the neck of the horse Also if you are trimming your horse s bands and he has a winter coat be careful not to snip his coat when trimming his mane To thin the ends of your horses bands angle the thinning scissors pointing up into the mane approx 45 degrees and snip the ends of the bands Make sure to thin any bands that are thicker Note Using the thinning scissors instead of sharp scissors gives a more natural cut line and hides any mistakes made For the forelock use the comb to separate a section of hair at the base of the fringe at the poll Apply a rubber band the same way as banding the mane and pull it tight towards the base While holding the first band of hair gather another section of hair approx 1 inch below the

    Original URL path: http://www.nrgteam.com.au/horsecare/banding/ (2015-11-27)
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