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10 Tips to Keep Cool at Summer Shows + Injury Prevention

Experts provide tips to help horse and rider safely handle extreme heat. Plus, advice on returning to riding after an injury and how to prevent them.

Summertime offers specific challenges in maintaining your and your horse’s health. In this issue, experts provide 10
tips to help you both safely handle extreme heat. Plus, a New Jersey physician and horseperson shares advice on
returning to riding after an injury and how to prevent them from the start.

In this issue:

• Veterinarian Nancy Loving and medical doctor and USDF gold medalist Beth Glosten explain how preparation and
awareness can help you protect both your and your horse’s well-being when temperatures soar.

• Dr. Naomi Betesh explains common rider injuries, the importance of exercise, simple prevention tips and helmet
safety.


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