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Canadian Horse Journal’s Autumn 2021 Issue
Check out this line-up of features…
• Competitive Mountain Trail — Looking for a new challenge? Try the sport that builds trust and helps create braver horses and riders.
• The Science of Schooling — Keys to effective training sessions, and five myths that can sidetrack schooling.
• The Mental Game — Develop the mental skills to build your confidence and make riding more fun.
• Drought Produces Hay Shortages — Low rainfall and high temperatures have impacted this year’s hay supplies, and horse owners are worried.
• The Chew Factor — What a hay analysis can tell us about chewing behaviour and expected feed intake.
• Equine Teeth: An Evolutionary Success Story — From canine teeth to Galvayne’s groove, there’s a lot going on inside the equine mouth.
• Getting Back to Better — What horse owners should know about rehabilitation and return to performance after colic surgery.
• The Burgeoning Business of Rehab — Equine rehabilitation and conditioning centres help horses return to health and achieve greater fitness.
• Rehab for the Not-Quite-Right Horse — How to develop an exercise therapy program to give your horse the best chance of recovery.
• Sport Horse Performance Injections — The most commonly used equine injection therapies to address lameness and joint disease.
• How Does Your Beauty Sleep? — How well does your horse sleep? How much sleep does he need, and why is it important?
• How Do Horses Learn? — Why it is so important for equestrians to become educated about learning theory and its practical application.
• Equine Asthma and Pollution — Research confirms that horses suffer when air pollution levels rise.
• Heart Irregularities in Thoroughbred Racehorses — Studying atrial fibrillation, the most commonly recognized heart rhythm disturbance in athletic horses.
• Painful Eye Condition Studied — A genetic variant is associated with distichiasis in Friesian horses.
• Canadian Quarter Horse Association News
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