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Level Your Pelvis Series – Part 1 of 4

Level Your Pelvis Series – Part 1 of 4 A level pelvis is critical for effective riding position and prevention of back pain in your horse. Asymmetries in your pelvis are often expressed as a leg length difference, tendency to lean to one side, increased weight through one hip, shoulder drop, and a variety of… Continue reading Level Your Pelvis Series – Part 1 of 4

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Pain in the Haunches

Hind End (Haunches) Pain in The Horse The haunches of a horse have a primary role in propulsion in all riding disciplines. The large muscles of the hind end act as the motor of the horse to generate propulsive forces. These large muscles attach to the bony skeleton of the horse primarily at the croup,… Continue reading Pain in the Haunches