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Dust off those ground poles!

Ground poles are often underutilized but they can play a major role in turning your horse into an athlete. A little imagination combined with...

Stringhalt in horses: A holistic approach to treatment and care

The underlying causes of stringhalt remain poorly understood. A whole horse perspective can offer insight into better understanding and addressing this mysterious condition. "Stringhalt" is...

Pilates for riders — postural awareness and support

Good posture is essential to good riding, and it prolongs the health of your back! Pilates can help you achieve and maintain correct posture...

Abnormal equine posture

Understanding abnormal equine posture and how rehabilitation intervention can help. Why should we care about posture in horses? Because posture affects the complex interactions of...

Electrolyte supplementation in the exercising horse

Proper hydration is a non-negotiable in the performance horse.  Maintain hydration by replacing electrolytes lost during exercise, competition and transport with Performance XL: Electrolyte...

Whole body vibration therapy

Vibration therapy is a new trend in the equine world. If you’ve ever seen a horse standing on one of these large vibrating platforms,...

Kinesiology tape for horses

Kinesiology tape is not just for people, horses can benefit from it too. Find out how it works and where you can learn to do...

Treating the cause of your horse’s disease

Treating symptoms rather than the cause of disease may help in the short term, but can negatively affect your horse’s health in the long...

Swimming as therapy for your horse

Swimming can help your equine recover faster and with less stress. Swimming is the only aerobic exercise that engages all the body’s systems without requiring...

Microcurrent therapy

Microcurrent therapy is an age-old practice that uses subtle electrical current to help with a wide variety of ailments and injuries.We all know that “aha!” moment...