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“Wither drop” reveals asymmetry in horses

Move over gait and saddle fit — researchers have discovered a new method of assessing asymmetry in horses, and it's proving very effective! In a...

Lameness in your equine partner

When it comes to lameness in your horse, you need to know what to watch out for. Here are some tips for developing your...

Learning Lateral Work

How to learn lateral work without tying yourself in knots. Lateral work is a great tool for developing straightness and symmetry. But the process of...

Is Your Horse Really Tying-Up?

Thanks to heavy coverage in horse industry media, tying-up and EPSM have become almost synonymous. But there are many possible causes of equine muscle...

Pole Work To Shake Things Up

Seven pole work exercises to shake up your flatwork routine. If your looking for something interesting and beneficial to add to your horse’s exercise program...

Hoof Wear And Tear – Part 2

Hoof wear and tear is natural, but have you ever looked at the wear patterns on your horse’s feet. They’re telling you something important. Have...

How Riding Influences Foot Health

There is only so much we can do with a trim. Once we have achieved balance to the internal arch apparatus (internal structures of...

Gait and Foot Patterns

If you’ve ever watched any high level equestrian competition, you’ve probably noticed how harmonious the horse and rider teams appear. You’ve probably also seen...

Training Tips for Gaited Horses

As I travel around the country teaching clinics, I often see people trying to make gaited horses gait way before they’re ready. Instead of...

Exercises for Wellbeing

You want your horse to be powerful, balanced and supple. One of the most effective ways to achieve these qualities is through gymnastic exercises...