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The Free Newsletters include tips on how to identify and correct problems
in motion caused by simple muscle tightness, real-life case studies
and much more!
Volume 13 - Fall 2016
Offering: Six Day Intensive Equine Sports Massage Program
at the 2016 the Rio Olympic Games!
Study: Motion Problem - Leaning or Heavy in One Rein;
Resistant to Bending
Head and Neck in One Direction.
Tip: from Kristen Bumpus
Tip: On the importance of Magnesium in your diet!
Volume 12 - Spring 2016
Six Day Intensive Equine Sports Massage Program
Problem Specific On Line Training Videos
How Much Weight Can a Horse Carry?
Study: Cold back; Hollowing of back; Loss of forward motion.
Tip: From Kathy Connelly
Tip: Easy everyday exercises to Tone the Abs!
Volume 11 - Fall 2015
Taping - Fad or For Real?
Study: Lyme Disease: Loss of Forward Motion at Trot: Muscle,
Joint or TICK BORNE ILLNESS?? How to differentiate and
treat? With comments from Sue Lyman of The Plains, Virginia.
Tip: The Benefits of Sugar?
Volume 10 - Spring 2015
Jo-Ann: Appropriate Conditioning for Work Load: "The Slower
You Go, The Faster You Get There."
Study: Gait Analysis at the Walk: How to Evaluate
Restrictions in Motion Caused by Simple Muscle Tightness.
Tip: Improving Body Condition in Young, Off the Track or Imported
European Horses - by Liz Millikin
Tip: The Top 5 Things You Should Never Eat Or Drink
Volume 9 - Fall 2014
From Jo-Ann: My
Thoughts About The 2014 World Equestrian Games
Simple muscle tightness in this small muscle can lead to a
problem: especially in performance and hock flexions.
Tip: Why is shoulder-in an important movement for all disciplines of horses to learn?
Tip: Why Breakfast is NOT the Most Important Meal After All
Volume 8 - Spring 2014
from Jo-Ann: While Equestrian Sport is a 50-50 Partnership
Between the Horse and Rider, the Scales of Care are
Study: Problem: Loss of Forward Motion at the Canter.
Difficulty Coming Through from Behind.
Tip: The Importance of a Relaxed Neck When Jumping and
Galloping - by Nina Fout
Tip: To Ice or Heat - That is a Good Question. Here is the
answer you may have been looking for
Volume 7 - Summer 2013
from Jo-Ann: Effective Stretching: Let the Horse Do the Work Naturally and
Hanging a front leg while jumping; appears short in front
leg at extended trot.
Tip: The Importance of Walk Breaks During Training -
by Liz Millikin
Tip from Jo-Ann Wilson: A Quick, and Very Effective Exercise Program
Volume 6 - Winter 2013
from Jo-Ann: Chasing the Agenda and Tripping Over My
It His Muscles or a Deeper Problem?
Tip: Recommended Guidelines for Bringing a Horse Back into
Work from a Soft Tissue Injury of the Lower Leg
- by Max
Tip from Jo-Ann Wilson: Why You Should Probably Stop
Volume 5 - Summer 2012
2012 Olympics: My View From the Inside
Study: Stiff in hind legs. Loss of power at all gaits. Diminished
response to leg aids
Security and Accreditations
Tip: Going Forward by Kathy Connelly
here to read complete Summer 2012 Newsletter including Rider's Tip
Volume 4 - Spring 2012
and Movement as Form and Function
Study: Refusing to pick up the correct lead at the canter. Shortened
stride in front
Tip: Training in Cold Climates by Barend Heilbron
here to read complete Spring 2012 Newsletter including Rider's Tip
Volume 3 - Fall 2011
Motion is Intuitive
Teaching In 2011
Study: Shortened stride from hind leg; Less push from hind leg
Trainerís Tip: Fundamental Lesson for All Horses by Sue Clark
here to read complete Fall 2011 Newsletter including Rider's Tip
Volume 2 - Spring 2011
International and the Kentucky Derby
Study: Cold back. Hollowing of back, with head carried high. Loss
of forward motion at the canter
Trainerís Tip: Guidelineís for ending a training session
here to read complete Spring 2011 Newsletter including Rider's Tip
Volume 1- Winter 2010/11
it all began
World Equestrian Games - 2010
Study: Heavy in right rein with difficulty bending to the left
Trainerís Tip: Top Qualities Recommended for A Riding Horse
by Liz Millikin
here to read complete Winter 2010/11 Newsletter including Rider's Tip
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