Healing Sweet Pea's Suspensory Ligament Injury #equinemovement #horsehumanconnection equine performance suspensory ligament Aug 11, 2020

 

The chestnut horse stood before me, her long mane gracing her arched neck.

I watched as the veterinarian and the horse’s person looked at a radiograph of the mare’s left front lower leg, which showed a clearly defined suspensory ligament.

 

The vet explained to the woman...

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Think Outside the Stall #equinemovement #humanmind equine performance Aug 01, 2020

The chestnut horse’s life changed so drastically, so wonderfully, that having the ability to pick up both leads easily is hardly worth mentioning.

Except that the story starts with a problem at the canter. And an upcoming horse show. A big one.

 

I was teaching a two-week ...

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The Secret To Rounding Your Horse's Back #equinemovement equine performance horses Aug 03, 2019

Sarah, a 43-year-old brunette with the tan, toned arms of a longtime equestrian, was visibly frustrated. She had hit a disappointing roadblock in her training.

Despite working with a respected dressage instructor, Sarah was beginning to feel as if her imported warmblood would never do well in...

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