Giving Physical and Mental Health.
So they can feel and perform at their Best.
Maintaining your horse’s physical well-being will keep him in optimum shape and comfortably performing his work.
Physical discomfort affects his overall attitude and can lead to behavioral issues.
When a horse uses his body, it is important to keep in mind the interdependence of bones, tendons, ligaments and muscles. Tight muscles will pass along tightness to neighboring muscle groups. Muscles are attached to the horse’s bones, so they are responsible for producing all skeletal movement.
The Number One Goal Is A Full, Painless Contraction Of Muscle.
If a horse is unable to fully contract a muscle, it is unable to release its full potential. When muscle fibers are not contracting properly due to injuries and scar tissue, the muscle loses its full potential.
It leads to inefficient and stiff movement and lack of speed. A muscle can have some stretching ability with pain, but it can’t have full potential when it is injured.
It Is The Full And Complete Contraction Of Muscles That Allows For The
The Release Of That Coiled Muscle Shows As Smoothness Of Movement.
Indication of pain may be indicated by following symptoms: