The Stifle Joint Of The Horse

Your horse’s stifle joint is the joint directly above the hock joint on the hind leg. It’s the largest joint in the horse’s body.  The stifle joint functions to flex and extend the hind leg, moving your horse along. The passive stay apparatus that locks your...

Why Your Horse’s Hooves Need Some Ice Therapy

What’s the big deal about icing horse hooves?  If you have ever seen a horse with laminitis, you understand the agony and suffering that goes on. It’s horrible. Doing everything you can to prevent such a situation will help your horse have a better life! But...

What Worked at WEG

Ice Horse Behind the Scenes Sharon Classen served as one of the International Equestrian Federation’s few “Permitted Equine Therapists” at the World Equestrian Games this past week. Sharon’s WEG role included helping competitors from across the globe who are not...

An Introduction into Inflammation & Icing Horses

Does your horse need ice therapy?  Yes–much of the wear and tear damage occurs without you seeing or feeling it!  When you dig into how ice therapies work, you see that there are many short and long term benefits to this easy and inexpensive way to pamper...

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