Blog, Clinics, Wisdom / 07.03.2019
I think many people make a big mistake when they initially seek instruction in any field. Whether the person is an adult looking for help for themselves or a parent looking for lesson for a child, the logic usually goes something like this: I'm just testing the waters to see if I really like music lessons.
In an article recently published by the Royal Veterinary College, University of London, a question is framed in bold type: “Should we redefine equine lameness in the era of quantitative gait analysis?” The article begins, “An international team of researchers, including [some] from the Royal Veterinary College (RVC) in London, have strongly advised on the need to discriminate clearly between “asymmetry” and “lameness” when assessing a horse’s gait.”
Here is a glimpse of one of our exciting prospects that will be available in 2019. Seneca is a 2016 pure Andalusian gelding, 16.2 hands. This gelding has three comfortable, excellent quality gaits and a phenomenal disposition. Incredibly kind and responsive, he is a pleasure to work with.