Whatever level you ride at, the inability to solve a ridden, groundwork or behavioural problem causes frustration and can leave you feeling powerless. Chartered veterinary physiotherapist Sue Palmer reveals how you can determine whether your horse's performance is affected by his behaviour (brain), health (pain) or training, and she explains clearly how to overcome difficulties through tried and tested techniques. The emphasis is on creating a comfortable, trusting and rewarding relationship between horse and rider, which ultimately will lead to greater success and more good times with your horse. Sue Says: 'You will be inspired by the results you can achieve, and encouraged towards achieving your dreams with your horse'.
Understanding Horse Performance by Sue Palmer
About the author
Sue Palmer offers equine physiotherapy assessment and treatment, lessons, courses, clinics, workshops and demonstrations. She is the author of Horse Massage for Horse Owners (J A Allen) and Sue's Helpful Horse Hints (privately published).
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