CANTER, KY; Makers Mark Secretariat Center; KY Equine Adoption Center; Florida TRAC
Grateful for guidance from the following:
Equine Therapists: Dianne Volz; Elise Zuidema; Lumi Michelle RoIley; Michele Haman; Monica Martins; Mary Midkiff; Alicia Bradshaw;
Equine Veterinarians: Ashley Craig, DVM; Molly Evely, DVM; Anna Hichborn-Dunlap, DVM; Claira Fenger, DVM; Duncan Peters, DVM; Sarah Mouri, DVM; Equine Science Professors: Dr. Janice Holland; Stephanie Keeley; Danielle Wells; Dr. Anne Rodiek; Mimi Porter
We may be in such a hurry to celebrate big wins that we conveniently forget to honor the small, sticky transitions.
A journey towards calm
Good relationships come from mutual “grooming” in the form of gratitude.
PUMPKIN OIL supports anti-inflammatory responses
Just like human athletes, thoroughbreds’ bodies experience wear and tear when they train and compete.
August 2015 Journal of Equine Veterinary Science 35(11-12) Gymnastic Training and Dynamic Mobilization Exercises Improve Stride Quality and Increase Epaxial Muscle Size in Therapy Horses
DR LYDIA TONG MA VetMB Veterinary Pathologist NSW Department of Primary Industries
As the thorax is a dynamic structure, girth tension variation could be due to multiple factors.
Proprioceptive Considerations for the Equine
MEND: align, balance, calibrate, fine-tune, focus, improve, readjust, rehab, sharpen, square, troubleshoot, tune up