Longitudinal Stretching of the Top Line During Riding (LSR): A Way to Improve Welfare of the Horse and the Horse-rider Partnership. PART 2: Results After One Month of LSR, Discussion and Future Perspectives

LSR through positive reinforcement is a method to improve the mental and physical condition of the horse as well as strengthening the horse-rider partnership. … More Longitudinal Stretching of the Top Line During Riding (LSR): A Way to Improve Welfare of the Horse and the Horse-rider Partnership. PART 2: Results After One Month of LSR, Discussion and Future Perspectives

Longitudinal Stretching of the Top Line During Riding (LSR): PART 1: Scientific Approach and Methods to Study the Effects After One Month Treatment

Preventive training to release tension, to stretch and to build core muscles along the top line of the horse deserves more attention in equine sports than what is the reality today. … More Longitudinal Stretching of the Top Line During Riding (LSR): PART 1: Scientific Approach and Methods to Study the Effects After One Month Treatment

New Rule for Noseband Tightness of Competition Horses in Denmark After Study Finds Link to Mouth Lesions

Based on results from a comprehensive study on riding equipment and tack, the Board of the Danish Equestrian Federation has decided to impose a limit applicable for all disciplines for tightness of the noseband … More New Rule for Noseband Tightness of Competition Horses in Denmark After Study Finds Link to Mouth Lesions

Norwegian research: Stretching the top line has several positive effects

Most riders want their horse to have long, supple movements, yet it is easy to forget that learning and successful training that demand collaboration with the animal has to start with calmness and a relaxed state of mind both in the trainer and the horse. … More Norwegian research: Stretching the top line has several positive effects