Navicular syndrome, a horse meets a camel, a novel treat for horses.

Yet another informative porgramme from The Rick Lamb Show.

This time, Rick Lamb talks to veterinarian Dr. David Ramey about navicular syndrome and what to do about it.

Then horse trainer Ken McNabb shows how he introduced a scared Arabian horse to a camel and talks about how to avoid all out war with your horse, but at the same time how to cope with a frisky confrontation when dealing with the horse’s fear:

Plus, at the end of the programme there’s a short discussion with equine nutritionist Dr. Judith Reynolds.


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