Fitness Evaluation of the Horse

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Wiley, Apr 30, 2008 - Sports & Recreation - 252 pages
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This guide helps horse owners, riders, and trainers at all levels learn how to assess any horse's fitness, strengths, and weaknesses. If you're buying a horse, this will help you pre-assess prospects before getting the complete veterinary examination. If you own a horse, these techniques will help you better understand your horse's aptitudes, customize a training program, identify signs of strain, and provide better care for your horse. Features step-by-step instructions and almost 200 photos and drawings showing the proper positioning and approach for the techniques described.

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Jean-Pierre Hourdebaigt, a Licensed Massage Therapist, is internationally renowned for his unique Massage Awareness Method. He travels the world teaching his techniques, which are used by competitive and recreational riders, veterinarians and veterinary technicians, physiotherapists, massage therapists, farriers, trainers, and breeders. He authored the classic Equine Massage: A Practical Guide (Wiley), now in its second edition. For more information, visit www.massageawareness.com.

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