Investigating Poor Performance

For a horse to perform well as an athlete, all body systems must be in good working order. When one or more systems "breaks down," the horse is no longer able to perform up to his potential and the owner, rider, and trainer will likely notice a decline in performance during training and competition. In some cases, the reason for the loss of performance is quite obvious--the horse is lame

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