thanks for all the messages, I think that I will send spillers an email and ask them if they stock it our here, or an equivalent (if not then probably pasture mix is the closest, I remembe a friend of mine used that with her good-doer). Im sorry that I couldnt explain myself better, horse/pony nuts are something that have always just been around at the yards I have been to. It was one of the main feeds for the riding school horses at my last yard. Yes she is given somethings as she is fiercly defensive over food and has to have soemthing when others are eating and before all she was on was denjie good-doer which is chaff however she stopped eating it, the riding school yard manager tried her with a handfull of pony nuts and she liked the bowl clean. Magic is a Naf calmer product, and seems to settle her down a bit, we have tried her without but she becomes too excited and doesnt know what to do with herself, I spoke with the vet and he said that it was worth her going back onto it.
I need to give her a bit of something especially going into the winter as she is ridden 5-6 days a week for an hour or more mainly hacking however we ride at all 4 speeds so it isnt a slow plod out. She will also need to be clipped shortly as she sweats up easlily when exercised with her winter coat. We are tryng to get our ourdoor menage sorted so that exercising when it gets slippy is safer and easier. Thanks Jo