Asymmetry is an inevitable part of life and it plays a huge role in how we train, treat and look at horses, so it is important to know just how much it can impact what you do with your horse and how to distinguish between functional and dysfunctional asymmetry.
Do you know enough about your horse’s evolution, anatomy and physiology to be sure you’re managing his diet properly? Equine nutritionist Dr Clair Thunes explains what you need to know.
The Equitopia membership program gives equestrians access to all sorts of invaluable content about improving health, welfare and performance of your horse. As we hear about more and more canceled appointments, postponed events and fewer bookings for many of us, we are offering a 50% off all our online courses until 29th March.