Equine Ulcers – You Really Need To Know More!

Equine Ulcers – You Really Need To Know More!

Ulcers in the digestive track are more than just the latest “disease du jour.” Thus far, for a problem that has been recognized for about 20 years, we are still seeing and understanding only the tip of a metaphorical iceberg. More than two thirds of the iceberg is...
Equine Ulcers – How Can We Deal With Them?

Equine Ulcers – How Can We Deal With Them?

In Part 1 of we discussed the incredible preponderance of horses that have ulcers in their digestive tract. We also discussed the largely unrecognized but extensive performance limiting body/muscular-skeletal problems and “behavioral” problems that go hand in hand...
Equine Stretching & Massage

Equine Stretching & Massage

Equine Stretching – Important Thoughts and Considerations Remember that the inborn survival mechanism for horses is the fright and flightresponse. Horses may be alarmed by external sources while you are working onthem. This might include noises, sudden movements...
Principles of Horse Handling

Principles of Horse Handling

Horse Handling Verses Horse Restraint: We tend to think of the term “restraint” as a means of physical application of force or chemicals to control the horse. In contrast, we should recognize and think of good handling as psychological restraint. Without question,...

Equine Dentistry Comparison

My very first impression of Dr. Kerry Ridgway’s approach to chiropractics was the thorough understanding he had of the relationship between dental balance and the rest of the horse. He always starts an exam with a thorough exam of the teeth, head and hyoid muscles and...

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