The Damage Inside:
Rollkur, Hyperflexion, LDR & Behind the Vertical
As someone commented on You – Tube: Please, sit up straight tuck your chin to your chest. Now open your mouth and place your fingers on your bottom teeth and push down, not enough to cause pain in your jaw. Even gentle downward pressure should be enough to show you exactly what a horse experiences. You should see how this affects your horse’s ability to breathe. Now, while you are like that get up and trot around the room and see…oh wait, you CAN’T…
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Always wear appropriate safety items of clothing, gloves, shoes and head protection when handling or riding your horse. There is always some risk involved in horse training for both you and the horse. Be sensible and stay within your level of training. This information illustrates the training methods and techniques I and my colleagues use. It is your responsibility to use it wisely. It is not intended to replace personal instruction from a professional instructor. Keep yourself and your horse out of trouble. if you wish to learn more about these methods contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org www.horsetrainingsolutions.com
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