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Horse Times Magazine :: Winter Issue # 52

PUBLISHED WINTER 2016, ISSUE 52 FEATURES:

THE MOROCCO ROYAL TOUR
TRILOGY OF THE CHAMPIONS

THE 9TH SALON DU CHEVAL D’EL JADIDA
CARRIES A MESSAGE OF REVIVAL TO THE TRADITIONAL EQUESTRIAN ART

JUMPER OF THE YEAR
THE STORY OF BERTRAM ALLEN, A YOUNG JOCKEY WITH EXQUISITE SKILLS

GERMANY TAKE..

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Horse Times Weekly Headlines :: Issue # 24

- FEI WORLD CUP™ VAULTING FINAL 2017: ITALY AND GERMANY TAKE HOME MALE, FEMALE AND PAS-DE-DEUX

- CHI ALSHAQAB 2017: SCOTT BRASH SCOTT BRASH PREVAILS AT THE CSI5* GRAND PRIX

- BOYD EXELL WINS HIS SEVENTH FEI WORLD CUP™ DRIVING TITLE

- ISABELL WERTH WINS IN GOTHENBURG

- VON ECKERMANN SNAT..

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HORSE TIMES RELEASES A NEW BOOK


ALLTECH FEI WORLD EQUESTRIAN GAMES
NORWAY 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.


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  • Minimized risk of injury!

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