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Horse Times Magazine :: Winter Issue # 55

PUBLISHED WINTER 2017, ISSUE 55 FEATURES:

BIENVENUE AU MAROC!
THE 8TH EDITION OF THE MOROCCAN ROYAL TOUR

LE SALON DU CHEVAL D’ELJADIDA
10 YEARS OF PRIDE AND PASSION

FENCES AUCTION 2017
THE ELITE OF THE ELITE

60 SECONDS WITH
ABDULLA AL-MARRI

EQUINE SUPPORT INTERNATIONAL SEAT AND P..

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Horse Times Weekly Headlines :: Issue # 31

FEI WORLD CUP JUMPING STAGE IN A CORUÑA
EDWINA TOPS-ALEXANDER IS THE ABSOLUTE WINNER


CASAS NOVAS INTERNATIONAL JUMPING SHOW
SAMEH EL DAHAN FLIES IN THE LONGINES GRAND PRIX


FEI WORLD CUP™ DRESSAGE 2017/2018
WEL SCHNEIDER AND SAMMY SCOOP THE HONORS IN SALZBURG


VAULTERS SPARKLE IN SA..

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ALLTECH FEI WORLD EQUESTRIAN GAMES
NORMANDY 2014

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>> OSTEOPATHY
By: JUNIOR HORSE TIMES | Date: Wednesday, August 10, 2016
Horse Times Egypt: Equestrian Magazine :Riders Blog :OSTEOPATHY

 


Problems That It Treats:



  • Reduced level of performance.

  • Problems with the horses gait.

  • Reluctance to trot/canter on certain reins.

  • Changes in Behavior, bucking, bolting, rearing, refusing to jump or even kicking.

  • Diagnosed conditions, such as degenerative arthritis and lameness.

  • Uneven muscle bulk, obvious sores, white hairs, friction rubs, temporary swelling or hard spots in the muscle or skin.

  • Swishing the tail, holding the tail to one side

  • Maintaining mobility in competition horses.

  • Injuries resulting from falls, training, or other activities

  • Stressful situations, due to horse’s conformation, various riding and training equipment, incorrect rider position

  • Cold Back.

  • Head tossing and general problems with head carriage.

  • Sacroiliac Lesion.

  • Tendon injury, or ligament overstrain.

  • Back disorder lameness.


Benefits:



  • Pain Relief

  • Increased Performance!

  • Quicker recovery time after injury!

  • Minimized risk of injury!

  • Improve overall health and vitality!

  • Non-invasive, tailored treatments!

  • Covered by all major insurance groups!

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