It is well known that the Arabian Peninsula is the main homeland for the Arabian horse. Furthermore Arabs, Muslims and rest of the World Community always consider Cavalry and viewed Horses as a symbol of Strength and Beauty.

Hindustan Animal Feeds (HAF)has built close relationship with the Outstanding and Proud Owners of the Stables through out the Globe  and committed itself to Produce Horse Feeds according to the Highest Standards of Quality. Extensive Scientific Studies have been carried out to produce horse feeds for different stages of production. Those efforts are supported by HAF’s R & D Experts using the latest and most advanced analytical equipment and techniques. HAF has committed itself to support its clients to achieve the best results, believing that good nutrition is the key for all successes.

Benefits and Advantages of ANUPAM Feeds

Some Feed Formulations are specifically tailored for a number of stables. These feeds are of International Standards, but are of Reasonable Prices. This has increased horse breeders’ trust in ANUPAM HORSE FEEDS as they completely depend on HAF’s product line. This has increased the market share of HAF in the International Markets to reach up to a significant level.
This has led some of the Developed Nations of the World to start ordering HAF Specialized Horse Feeds, therefore increasing the export share to these Countries. HAF is also interested in Exports to third world Countries for catering their needs of various types of Animal Feeds. Thus HAF is very optimistic in achieving higher goals in Horse Feeds for it believes that proper nutrition is the key to success.


  • General feeding advices for improvement of nutritional efficiency to satisfy the physiological requirements of the horses.
  • Since the horse’s stomach is small, its need of solid food is limited. For this reason, rations should be offered in small amounts 3-4 times daily.
  • Feed should be offered first and then dry clover.
  • Growing foals need more nutrition than a grown horse in order to build its body tissues. A pregnant and lactating mare needs more protein and minerals.
  • Avoid offering moist or rotten feed. Many breeders offer washed barley, that is moist and this causes fermentation in the animal’s stomach leading to pain and indigestion and probably death.
  • Avoid sudden changes in the horse’s feed. When necessary, change should happen gradually within a week’s time.
  • Feeding should be offered to each horse separately. In order to know the preferences of each horse, and to be able to discern any change to the horse’s appetite or feeding behavior. As food quantity consumed is an indicator of health problems.
  • Concentrated feeds must not be offered immediately after or before physical exertion.
  • Food and drinking troughs should be always clean.
  • Teeth should be regularly examined, at least once a year.
  • Feet and hooves should be regularly examined.
  • Each horse should take its share of exercise and training.
  • Ensuring that clean, sweet water is provided must never be overlooked. Be sure to monitor its quality and temperature, as well as its quantity. Bearing in mind that the need for water varies according to the weather, type of training and the type of feed.
  • Do not offer feed by hand, this method will teach the horse to bite.
  • Your horse should receive a yearly inoculation against flu, rhinopneumonia, tetanus and Rabies.
  • Stables should be cleaned and disinfected several times a year, in order to fight bacteria, viruses and fungi.