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Horse Rugs Washed

Horse Rugs Washed

Rugs washed at Killyless Stores




Large Rugs £10.00

Fleeces and Coolers from £5.00

Tel or Text 07968915920

Horse Rug Washing Service at Killyless Stores

Horse Rug Washing Service

Give your rugs a new lease of life with a wash at Killyless Stores.






Tel 07968915920 for details

Killyless Stores


Co Antrim


Horse Rugs Washed Special offer

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Horse rugs washed £10 each or special rates for 5 or more. Now £8.00 each

Contact Trevor on 07968915920

Killyless Stores Ballymena Co Antrim



Small bales of Haylage

Now in stock the new season haylage. Excellent quality in our usual large bale.

Contact us at 02825880233

The importance of worming your horse

The British Horse Society recommend that you have a worming programme in place for your horse[s] – They say:

Parasitic worms can adversely affect the health and well-being of horses and ponies of all ages. These internal parasites can do irreversible damage to the gut and other organs and be responsible for poor body condition, colic and, in serious cases, fatalities

see more info here.

The importance of working your horse cannot be understated and here at Killyless Stores we can provide you with the solution you need.







Equest pramox is a unique wormer that contains Containing moxidectin and praziquantel in a gel form. In one dose, it controls roundworms, bots, all 3 species of tapeworm, and all stages of encysted small redworm larvae.

If you need any further advice on the importance of worming your horse, we can help here at Killyless Stores.

Horse Health – Sycamore seeds linked to horse deaths

Killyless Stores Ballymena have many customers who love horses. A study recently investigated Atypical Myopathy – which causes death in horses. The study was able to connect the disease, which causes massive muscle damage and kidney failure, to the seeds from the Sycamore tree. Animal may seem sick and colicky and are often sadly found dead.

Photo Credit: Moyan Breen; Creative Commons

Photo Credit: Moyan Breen; Creative Commons

The University of Leige carried out the study and found that most horse with atypical myopathy had been kept in pastures which had wood, bark and dead wood on the ground. Sycamore trees were identified in each instance and researchers believe that the horses must have ate the seeds due to a lack of food available.

Researchers recommend that horse owner ensure that their horses have plenty of food available meaning that they won;t be tempted to ingest the seeds instead. Click here to read more about Atypical Myopathy in horses and if you are a horse owner call in with us here at Killyless Stores Ballymena to take a look at our equestrian equipment and horse feeds.