Monitoring Soreness-An Important Part of Equine Training

Monitoring Soreness-An Important Part of Equine Training

When training horses for demanding equestrian sports, it’s important to pay close attention to their level of soreness so that their progress and health can be monitored. Riders and trainers ask a lot from their equine partners during training sessions aimed at developing the...

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Goal Setting in Equine Sports

Goal Setting in Equine Sports

                         The Power of Goal Setting in Equine Performance Sports As we enter a new year, an Olympic year in the world of Show Jumping and Dressage, we are inspired to set new goals in our riding and horsemanship skills. I love seeing my clients and their horses...

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Stretch for optimum mobility in your Horses Core and Sternum

Stretch for optimum mobility in your Horses Core and Sternum

Stretch for optimum mobility in your Horses Core and Sternum   Just like human gymnasts or runners, equine athletes benefit immensely from proper stretching. Creating time in your horse's training schedule for targeted stretches will help improve the flexibility, balance,...

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The Secret Power of Obliques for Dressage Horses and Riders

The Secret Power of Obliques for Dressage Horses and Riders

  Most of the horses on my roster are Dressage horses, but this also applies to Show Jumpers. A good jumper has good flat work which creates strength in the core and obliques.   Dressage horses must demonstrate precision, balance, and flexibility during complex maneuvers....

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