Our sources share nine ways to help your sport horse perform at his best.
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Researchers focused on the effect of collected and lengthened paces in young and mature dressage horses.
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Farm Call: Your Questions Answered
Q. I have an off-track Thoroughbred I purchased with a mild suspensory strain. His hock on the affected leg is always warm compared his other hock and knees. Could this mean he's compensating for the suspensory injury?
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