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Tuesday, 23 July, 2019

Maintaining a horse’s well-being in summer, especially in warmer areas/countries

A horse’s well-being, in a general sense, is a very important factor, especially when it comes to performance, since there is a direct correlation between well-being and performance. The well-being of a horse should be a top priority at all times, however, since now we are in the summer season, it is important to know how to maintain a horse’s well-being in summer, especially in warmer areas/ countries.

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Wednesday, 3 July, 2019

How the Seaver girth helps you to limit osteoarthritis in your horse?

Osteoarthritis is a common disease in sport horses, due in most cases to overtraining or poor nutrition. Seaver allows you to monitor your horse's health to prevent the development of osteoarthritis.

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Monday, 27 May, 2019

Is practicing yoga beneficial for equestrians?

In this article, we will discuss the physical condition of the rider with a particular emphasis on the practice of yoga that has already won many top athletes’ heart. Renowned as beneficial for the body and mind, we will address the riders’ needs and see if yoga can be an ally in this sport.

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Thursday, 2 May, 2019

How to use Seaver jumping data in over-fences schooling

In a jumping training, the Seaver girth brings you a lot of information to estimate the effort provided by the horse and rate the technical work executed. When combined with the rider’s feelings and the trainer’s impressions these data will help you better organize and analyse your training sessions. In order to do that here are a few tips to understand and use jump indicators in your work.

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Wednesday, 17 April, 2019

How to deal with your horse’s anxiety during competitions ?

As for humans, anxiety may affect certain horses and can generate consequences on the horse’s physical, emotional and physiological condition. In this article, we will explain how you can spot signs of anxiety on your horse and how to deal with your horse’s anxiety when such signs appear during competition.

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