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Crazy Stunts with Olop - Jumping Backwards - Part 1
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Who is Olop, you ask? Well, that is my new nickname for Polo. Read on, and I daresay the reason will soon become clear. Those of you who know me will surely know that I am somewhat ‘lacking’ in the sanity division. In ...
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Tiny Trotters Therapy Horses of South Carolina
7th May 2019   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
Horse’s and ponies have been helping humans for a very long time. In fact, they’ve been useful enough that we’ve kept them around despite their being extinct in the wild. But, in recent years, equines have become more than just beasts of burdens. Many, like Tiny Trotters Therapy ...
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Among The Stars - Part 3 of 8
17th Feb 2019   |   Horse Stories   |   Polo the Weirdo
At the beginning of 2013, following his injury at champs, I began to bring Moo back into work. Physically, he seemed fine, but suddenly his behaviour was worse than it had ever been. He was perfectly sound, but if I put on any pressure at all, he’d be up on his hind legs, and jus ...
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The Miniature Horse
7th May 2016   |   General   |   Caledon98
Miniature horses are a ‘height breed’ meaning they can be any breed of horse (Shetland, Falabella, etc) as long as they meet the height requirements of 34” and under for Category A or over 34” but no higher than 38” for Category B. ...
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Saddle Up Series - Understanding Your Horse's Back - Part Five
9th Jul 2013   |   Care and Grooming   |   Polo the Weirdo
We now know how to identify and diagnose back pain in horses, but once you know what the problem is, what are you supposed to do about it? Luckily, there are a number of treatment options available to horses with sore backs, be it soft tissue injury, or a bone pathology problem. ...
Vet Orders 6 Month Stall Rest After Suspensory Ligament Injury
20th Aug 2012   |   General   |   Foxchase Farm
I’m sitting here watching my horse graze, wondering how we got here. There’s a layer of fog resting over the field, and the birds are singing their morning songs. The air is crisp. He swishes his tail at a few flies as I drift back into time. It’s September 2011. He was just a ...
Cold Laser Therapy for Treating Pain and Inflammation in Horses
2nd Jan 2011   |   Equine Technology   |   PonyBox
Cold laser/cold wave laser therapy, or low level-laser therapy, is the most common type of laser therapy for horses, and it typically involves the use of infrared red light in the 400 to 1,200 nanometer range. It is known as “cold” therapy because the surrounding tissues don’t ge ...
Therapeutic Riding - Freedom on Horseback
30th Jun 2010   |   Horse Stories   |   Holli
“Horses give us the wings we lack.” This quote rings true to almost anyone who has had the opportunity to ride and enjoy a horse. But it is a quote that especially near and dear to the hearts of the individuals and their families who participate in therapeutic horseback riding. ...
Meet The Mods - Barbwire Stables
19th May 2010   |   Ponybox News   |   Barbwire Stables
I'm Barbwire, a 31 year old mother of two. Nevaeh 19 months and Cody 7 years old. I am raising both of them on my own. Ive gone back to school and Im carrying a full load of four classes a semester. I wanted to go for occupational Therapy but having issues finding the school aro ...
Flex Rider Magnetic Therapy Boots
26th Dec 2009   |   Product Reviews   |   Ms Grace
Leg injuries are the most feared injury among horse owners. Treatments normally include anti-inflammatory drugs and rest. But don't let this lead you to think that this is the only way to beat stiffness or reduce swelling. ...
 
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