Horses are generally fed with 2 or 3 meals a day of grass and hay. While for horses that have a high energy expenditure (horses used for sports events), including cereals (corn, oats, barley, rye, etc.)
Hemp oil supplies about twice as much energy as the horse can consume for the same weight of both carbohydrates and digested protein. That’s why many horse owners replace cereals with hemp oil for greater energy efficiency, but this is a terrible error.
A balance of omega 3 and 6 is therefore important in the diet.
Because too many fatty acids of one type inhibit the formation of the other. Moreover, replacing their diet with a food supplement is harmful to their health and it is an inhuman act.