Tag Archives: trot

Lameness

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STEVE: Lameness can come in, obviously, several varieties in lots of different levels of severity; from very, very subtle to very, very obvious. Typically I break down, and it’s a normal scale from the American Association of Equine Practitioners, a … Continue reading

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Ridden

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ALEX: Without doing your specific competition, if you weren’t going to be jumping fences or roping, to take them into an arena and ride them for a good 30 minutes. I think, with your horse, RJ, Mary, or some of … Continue reading

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Lunge

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ALEX: The benefits to lunging a horse is they’re going to get probably get more activity than if they were turned out. A lot of horses will get turned out onto paddock and eat grass and hang out for a … Continue reading

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Physical Check (Looking for Injuries, Swelling, Lameness)

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STEVE: I typically recommend that most owners have a routine to where they can go in and have a way that they look over their entire horse to make sure everything’s perfect before they go use them for day-to-day training, … Continue reading

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