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Overcoming Adversity in the Show Ring • Benefits of Cold Therapy

Olympian and champion dressage trainer, Jan Ebeling, shares that adversity in the show ring taught him how to be a better athlete, trainer and competitor. Plus, Christina “Cricket” Russillo, DVM, recommends using ice (cold therapy) as nature’s anti-inflammatory.

In this issue:

  • Ebeling shares a personal story about overcoming adversity in the show ring, plus, he gives tips on preparing your horse for competition.
  • Dr. Russillo explains how to use cold therapy—from cold hosing to ice boots.

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