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There are many varied causes of blindness in the equine with disease, old age, and accident being the most common.
But the loss of vision has greater implications for the rest of the animal's body. As an example, you might observe that the head or neck carriage is different to what would normally be considered to be optimal biomechanically - this will be part of the animal’s response to its changed peripheral field of vision.
These biomechanical changes need to be considered when training, trimming or treating an animal with vision impairment.
Darrall Clifford presents this basic course that explores the amazing architecture of the equine hoof. Darrall explains how to observe the hoof with a view to understanding the horse’s orthopaedic balance and how to identify problems early.
The horse’s unique physical structure and its co-ordinated biomechanics underpin this system of exercises. These unique exercises affect the soft tissues which influence the way your horse moves. Presented by Dr Rowan Kilmartin, animal biomechanical specialist and veterinarian.
Darrall Clifford presents this multi-part series that demystifies the science behind trimming the equine hoof. Darrall explains how to trim the hoof with a view to improving the horse’s orthopaedic balance, what to look for in the shod horse and how to perform a basic trim.