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9 Training Tips from Dorothee Schneider • Understanding Stifle Stressors

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Take a look inside the 2019 New England Dressage Symposium headlined by Germany’s two-time Olympian, Dorothee Schneider. Plus, Greg Staller, DVM, breaks down the anatomy of the equine stifle and explains how the nature of dressage places unique stresses on the horse’s body.

In this issue:

  • Schneider shares nine tips that focus on the Training Scale as well as creating happy horses who are willing partners and confident in their jobs.
  • Dr. Staller explains that though the stifles provide tremendous power, they are subjected to forces that can lead to injury.

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