Occurs on a routine basis, to keep the horses jaw and TMJ in balance.
"Normal wear" malocclusions are reduced and sharp edges eliminated.
the needs of the hard-working equine. Special needs horses include:
Race Horses, Polo Ponies, 3-Day Event Horses and any competition
equine that needs every possible edge.
- Corrective Work
Is required when a horse has not had the necessary routine
maintenance dental care or if a horse has genetic
malocclusions that need frequent care.
With Acupressure and
Equine Touch or E-Touch is a series of
gentle moves in a predetermined pattern over the horses body. Gentle
body work that relates directly to the meridian lines.
It addresses energy blockers and restores the natural flow of the body.
Acupressure will address particular issues that your horse could have
and relieve those points so your horse can start to heal itself.
- Proper fitting saddles are a must for a balanced horse, we
create templates that can be used to have a custom saddle made or to check the
fit of a saddle before purchase. A well fitting saddle will relieve pressure
points along the bar of your horse and meridian lines.
your horses hoof health by providing him with a well-balanced trim to
promote proper growth and structure. More and more horses
are enjoying the benefits of traveling barefoot on tough, sound hooves.
We offer a Bombproofing
clinic that starts you and your horse out on the ground through a series
of scary stations that utilize tarps, balloons, flags, polo mallets,
beach balls, hanging water noodles and much more. Each horse is
introduced to one station at a time, always to a background of a stereo
system that is playing music, recorded applause, city noises, children
shouting and many sensory stimulating sounds that horses may hear at one
time or another. When a horse is thoroughly settled at one station
he moves on to the next. The second half of the clinic is mounted where
you will go through the same stations. Riders and handlers are never
pressured but given plenty of time to become completely unfazed. A
minimum of five riders are needed to conduct a clinic.