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Learning Strategies for the Dressage Rider • Problems in the Equine Hindgut

A USDF certified instructor shares three methods to help your riding progress more efficiently. Plus, two veterinarians explain problems in the equine hindgut.

USDF certified instructor Eliza Sydnor Romm says that your mental strategies towards learning are important in your
ability to progress as a rider. Plus, Frank Andrews, DVM, and Christina “Cricket” Russillo, DVM, break down the
basics of equine hindgut health.

In this issue:

  • Romm’s three strategies to speed up your progress: adopting the beginner’s mind, distinguishing between excuses
    versus reasons and focusing on reality versus the story.
  • Andrews and Rusillo define “hindgut health” and discuss ulcers, the clinical signs, diagnosis and treatment.


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