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August 4, 2022
World Championships: Here come the Hay Steamers!
By Kim Miller | Equestrian Writer
Beth Underhill – Canadian Jumping Team Member
"Horses at this level have to be able to jump 1.6M, and at speed. Respiratory recovery and the ability to access oxygen are critical, so respiratory health is a huge priority in our program. That’s why we don’t go anywhere without our Haygain Hay Steamers.”
Mario Deslauriers – Canadian Jumping Team Member
"It's a great product," Mario says. His World Championships horse, Bardolina 2, was the catalyst for adding Haygain to the program when she lost her appetite for regular hay a few years ago. Already a challenge to keep weight on, the mare "needed all the hay she could get" but she had lost interest in what was presented at the time. "It was not up to par of the quality we usually buy. In particular, it was dusty. I think steaming the hay really helped."
Mario and his daughter, Lucy, a frequent US jumper team rider, now have three Haygains for use at home and away. "Our horses love it," comments Lucy.
Noni Hartvikson – Canadian Para Dressage Team Member
"My veterinarian, Dr. David Paton, recommended looking into a hay steamer as a good way of keeping the dust down. It surprises me how much dust and allergens are in hay. The steaming really gets all that out. I've found it to be tremendously beneficial to reduce the dust and allergens. Haygain has completely resolved Onyx' coughing issues.”
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