Understanding Your Horse’s Back
This on-demand webinar makes full use of anatomically painted horses and slow-motion videos and is packed with information, tips and exercises related to the anatomy, biomechanics, structure and function of the horse’s back.
A good, strong, healthy back is vital for good performance and understanding it's anatomy and biomechanics is a good start to achieving it.
Good back posture is key to a good performance as well as a happy, comfortable horse. Adding the weight of a rider, compromises the horse's back posture and balance so it is up to us to ensure that our horse's backs are as strong as possible and have the best possible posture.
Back movement, position and posture is affected and created by the forelimb, hindlimb and neck movement and positions.
This on-webinar is a must watch for anyone with horses with back problems including kissing spines, facet joint arthritis, sacroiliac issues, stiffness or muscle soreness as well as those owners who want to keep their horse's back healthy, strong and supple and to prevent problems occurring.
This on-demand webinar is designed to help the rider, trainer and therapist keep the horse's back healthy, strong and mobile.
This on-demand webinar was recorded on the
7th October 2020 and is episode 1 of series 1.
This on-demand webinar is divided into three main parts:-
1. Back Anatomy
2. Back Biomechanics
3. Back Posture
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