Take a good look through your grooming supplies, cleaning products and supplements and read the labels.
Do you recognize most of the ingredients? Does it work as well as you’d like?
If not, it might be time to switch.
Luckily there are plenty of DIY options that don’t include unnecessary fragrances, dyes, and thickeners.
Most even cost less than the “big brands” found at tack shops or feed stores, that work so hard to convince us we NEED them.
But don’t panic, change doesn’t need to happen overnight.
In fact, I took me several years of trial and error to find recipes for products that are natural, eco-friendly, and most importantly; really work.
That’s why I’ve put together the eBook, Savvy Guide to DIY Horse Care.
It’s written for horse owners just like you, who are interested in making your own grooming products and adding natural supplements to your horse’s diet; all with simple, easy to follow directions.
Imagine having a tack box full of supplies, all tailored to meet your horse’s individual needs, that can be made on demand and changed as needed!
The Savvy Guide to DIY Horse Care will walk you through the basics of choosing the right ingredients to create a specialized program for your horse.
You don’t need experience or special equipment; it can all be done right in your home with many products you already have in your kitchen!
- 19 of the most popular, easy-to-follow DIY recipes from the Savvy Horsewoman blog including:
- Fly Sprays
- Coat Conditioner
- Grooming Wipes
- Natural Shampoo
- Hoof Conditioner
- Leather Balm
- Gentle Leather Cleaner
- Natural Brush Cleaner
- Tick Repellent
- Healing Balm
- No-Bake Horse Treats
- Homemade Electrolyte Mix
- DIY Thrush Treatment
- Mane & Tail Growth Serum
- Sample feeding schedule with natural supplements including:
- Coconut Oil
- Apple Cider Vinegar
- Chia Seeds
- Himalayan Salt
- Tips to reduce pests without harmful sprays.
- FREE copy of the 7 Day Horse Care Challenge
And you can get it all for less than the cost of a bottle of fly spray!
“I have owned horses my whole life, but I was never one of those who could afford to buy the latest care products. All I can say is I WISH I had been able to read this book years ago! These tips are definitely worth trying out. Riding is expensive, so if you’re one of us “regular people”, who can’t afford to splurge, these tips will surely help you a great deal. The book is easy to read, and all tips are simple to follow. I recommend this to ANYONE!” – Christa from piaffestyle.com
“I found the information in this e-book to be both fascinating and valuable. I love the idea of using environmentally-friendly products on my horses, but I didn’t know howto get started. By using the recipes from the Savvy Guide to DIY Horse Care, I’m now able to create a variety of economical products that work! The recipes are easy to make with just a few ingredients. I also find them to be convenient, since I mix up just what I need – when I need it. The simple and natural ingredients allow me to control exactly what is applied to my horse’s sensitive skin. With all these benefits, I confidently recommend this e-book to all my equestrian friends and fellow riders. Thank you, Savvy Horsewoman for providing this helpful resource!”– Mary Beth Rohaly, Founder of braidsecrets.com
Frequently Asked Question
Will I get a digital file or a physical product?
You’ll get two ebook files in PDF format, which you can view on your computer or other device. You can also easily print it right from your home.