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VOLUME 40 NUMBER 3
IS PUBLISHED BY
Eat Like A Horse
LIKE MOST HORSE OWNERS,
you can probably discuss every
hair on your horse’s body, his
training routine, feed chart,
all of his adorable (and not-so-adorable) personality quirks, and
health down to the tiniest detail,
leaving non-horsey friends and
family with eyes glazed over.
Your own fitness routine, on the other
hand, is nonexistent. You left your feed chart at the drive-through
while grabbing some fast food. If winter left you wearing a little
too much comfort food around your middle, we’ve got a simple,
step-by-step shape-up plan to get you back on track in time for
When it comes to what to eat, we’ll leave that one to
the experts. But rather than getting caught up in the latest
Neanderthal diet plan or miracle food craze, I like to take a little
inspiration from the barn. Here are five things I’ve learned about
food from my horse:
■ Fiber is good.
■ You can graze all day on healthy field greens.
■ Carrots and apples are awesome—not sad, boring diet food!
■ Go easy on the sweet feed.
■ Drink plenty of water.
Also, cookies sometimes look and smell better than they taste.
Not that I would know this from sampling Beau’s horse cookies
or anything. But if you want to up your enthusiasm for healthy
eating, just share a carrot with your horse and watch how excited
he is to eat his veggies.
My “From the Horse’s Mouth Diet Plan” is not endorsed by
any experts and probably won’t be catching on anytime soon. It’s
also tricky to pull o; a grazing muzzle when you’re a mere biped.
Where feeding your horse is concerned, we turned to the pros
with your top questions to get the scoop on pg. 28. From senior
horses and easy keepers to making sure your horse gets all the
vitamins and nutrients he needs and putting weight on the hard
keeper, you’ll find the feed answers you need.
—Elizabeth Moyer, ;;;;;;