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Keys to Your Horse’s Longevity

Advice for riding in balance and insights on hock health

One of the best things you can do to promote the health and longevity of your dressage horse (or any horse!) is to
ride him in a way that is kind to his body. But HOW do you do this? 

The key is focusing on his balance—because when a horse is ridden in balance, he can work without stress or tension.
In this volume of Dressage Today Extra, we’ll share more about how to ride your horse in better balance and we’ll
also take a closer look at another important factor in soundness and longevity: hock health.  

 Featured in this special report:

•How to optimize your horse’s soundness from the saddle

•Your horse’s hocks: elements that affect hock health


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