The superficial muscles of your horse.
Scott-Dunns Equine Clinic
Don't forget there's only 2 weeks left in our Gastroscope Promotion -now only £180- a huge saving of over £80 per horse! Unfortunately gastric ulcers are common in horses, causing poor performance and weight loss, as well as other detrimental vices such as windsucking and crib-biting. Our in-house medicine expert Anna Hollis will guide you through the process of Gastroscopy and advise how best to get your horse back in tip top condition!
An opportunity not to be missed...
ESMA & Non ESMA Events & Conferences
The Equine Sports Massage Association is the product of Mary Bromiley and her foresight to see the many benefits of Equine Massage and a governing body.
Equine Sports Massage Association
Muscle injuries may occur if the horse is inadequately prepared for the task he is asked to undertake. It is essential to injury prevention that the correct level of training is undertaken to allow muscles to develop and grow. Exercise must be increased incrementally, allowing time within the program for rest, growth and repair. Nutrition is also an important factor in maintaining the healthy horse. If his diet is lacking or imbalanced there may be insufficient nutrient levels to facilitate healthy muscle development.
Equine Sports Massage Therapy
in Berkshire and the South of England
Is your horse reaching his full potential?
Muscular problems are a frustrating source of a variety of training set-backs.
Is your horse accused of being ungenuine, unco-operative or even dangerous? When he may be in pain?
Benefit from improved performance and temperament, improved suppleness and range of movement. Reduce adverse affects of over-training. Aid your horses recovery after competition. Relieve muscular soreness, and even aid in the rehabilitation of seriously injured horses.
Sarah works within Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Hampshire, Surrey and across the entire South of England on horses of all disciplines including performance horses to happy hackers and can also treat their riders with massage therapy.
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