Get A Handle on Your Footing

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Good footing is important for optimizing performance and reducing the risk of lameness. The main reason why sport horses retire early is due to osteoarthritis from constant wear and tear of the joints, sometimes from long-term schooling on bad footing.

The main symptom of bad footing is decreased performance. A horse might not feel secure enough in his footing to move as well as you

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