Care of the Horse After Cross Country

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Care of the Horse After Cross Country


Keyhole cross country jump



If we are to keep our hard working Event horses healthy and sound for many years of fun and competition, we must have a good plan for keeping them that way! The cross country phase is quite obviously the most taxing phase on the horse's body. So no matter what level you are competing, it is important to have a good plan for aftercare following this phase. Here is what I recommend: (Click on Artile Title above (in blue) to read full article)

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