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How to develop symmetry in your horse

The majority of horses display a degree of asymmetry (just like people), which can give rise to unlevel movement, but unlevel movement is not necessarily the same as unsoundness; it can sometimes be addressed with training to resolve the asymmetry.

12 months ago

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Looking after your horse’s teeth

Equine Dentist Grant Chanter gives his advice and identifies common equine dental issues.

12 months ago

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How do horses see?

The way that horses see if very different to how humans see, we explore some interesting facts about the limits of their eyesight and how it affects the way they see fences during eventing.

about 1 year ago

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What do you need to know about heart murmurs?

Dr Ruth Morgan discusses the most common heart murmurs identified in event horses and also some of the less common but more concerning causes.

about 1 year ago

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Getting to know... international event groom Johanna Ward

Ever wondered what it's like to groom for one of the world's most decorated event riders? Johanna Ward shares what it is like to groom for Andrew Nicholson.

about 1 year ago

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Winter 'MOT' for your horse

The off-season is the best time to give your horse an all-over health check - an 'MOT'. Here are some basic areas to take a look at to make sure your four-legged friend is fit and ready for the next season.

about 1 year ago

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