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Injury Prevention

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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.

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Unmounted Fitness Exercises for Mature Dressage Riders

Rider fitness tips to improve flexibility, mobility and strength for the over-40 rider

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What You Need to Know About Cold Therapy for Horses

For acute injury to soft tissues, including fascia, muscle, tendon and/or ligament tissue, ice is often the first and best treatment

Credit: Nancy Jaffer Ankle stretches can be done on the stairs at your home or on the mounting block as you’re warming up for your ride.

Riding Dressage After Injury

A New Jersey physician and horsewoman helps her patients return to riding after an injury.