Gastric (stomach) ulceration is a complex issue that is unfortunately caused by, at least in part, the way we manage horses. In the wild, horses were allowed to continuously graze on forage materials whilst also being in an environment that didn’t cause too much on-going stress. Since domesticating them we have asked certain things of our horses like needing to jump fences, run fast and for long periods of time and engage in manoeuvres that may be unnatural to them. We also keep them in confined areas for long periods of time and don’t always give them free range access to forage. Luckily gastric ulcers are, however, something that can be managed within the diet of the horse. In scientific trials, feeding FiberProtect® or FiberEdge® to horses that were both spelling and in training, has been shown to assist in promoting healthy stomach condition*.