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therapeutic tools horse riders, Tania Millen, Hawley Bennett-Awad, Revitavet, Ceramic horse blankets, Wendy MacCoubrey, horse therapy

Therapeutic tools have been used to prevent and treat horse injuries for many years, but cutting edge therapies continue to be sought out by riders to improve their horse’s health and performance. Twenty years ago, the technology of the day for icing the legs of Olympic and World Championship level event horses was giant rubber boots filled with ice water attached to noisy pumps that burbled bubbles up through the boots

Summerside Tack & Equestrian Wear, Rambo Micklem Bridle, equestrian tack shop

At Summerside Tack & Equestrian Wear in Comox, BC, their passion is providing customers with quality tack and products designed for the horse first. They are riders, horse owners, and tack nerds themselves, so they understand the needs of horses and riders, and have the expertise to answer questions and help their patrons find the right products.

RevitaVet Therapeutic Systems, RevitaVet Light Therapy Systems, RevitaVet IR2, canadian eventer Hawley Bennett-Awad, canadian eventing

RevitaVet Light Therapy Systems provides leading technology in non-invasive care for equine preventive maintenance and rehabilitation. Their website explains that in over 40 years of independent research, light therapy has been shown to deliver powerful therapeutic benefits to living tissues and organisms. The therapy has been used on horses for more than 20 years.

horse saddle fit, heavy horse rider, horse saddlefit4life, schleese, sabine schleese, jochen schleese, horse saddles for women, heavier horse rider, overweight horse rider, horse rider fitness

All riders and horses will benefit from a correctly fitted saddle. However, heavier riders (I am referring here to women weighing 180-plus pounds and men weighing 250-plus pounds) often face a different set of challenges in finding a saddle that fits themselves as well as their horses.

saddle fit colt, saddle fit filly, saddle fit young horse, Jochen Schleese, horse lameness, horse back pain, equine back pain, equine injuries, equine lameness, horse saddle fit, saddlefit 4 life

‘Tis the season for buying young horses. Along with bringing the new prospect home come questions of when to start the youngster, and whether it makes sense to invest in a custom saddle. First, I will clarify the term “custom saddle.” I believe that true adjustability in a saddle is more important than whether it is “custom.” An adjustable saddle can be changed to accommodate the horse’s conformation as the horse matures, and that saddle is a worthwhile investment. Otherwise, you will likely have to buy several saddles over the course of your horse’s lifetime to make sure the fit remains optimal.

troxel, troxel horse ridign helmet, horse riding helmet, horse helmet fit, troxel fit, horse riding helmet fit, jessica adcock, dover saddlery, riding apparel, troxel cheyenne, horse helmet care, horse riding injury

In the report “Ten years of major equestrian injury: are we addressing functional outcomes?” published in the February 2009 issue of the Journal of Trauma Management & Outcomes, lead author Jill Ball and a team of health professionals with the University of Calgary, the Foothills Medical Centre and the Calgary Health Region explored the outcomes of severe and serious equestrian injuries.

ellen o reilly the horse habit ontario tack stores in ontario tack shop kemble on

The Horse Habit located at Kemble, Ontario, was established 29 years ago by Ellen O’Reilly, with the mission “To bring quality equipment to the horse and their human.”

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