Horse Problems Database – Front End

  • Signs that your horse is lame can be obvious—such as your horse limping, dragging a leg, head bobbing, or barely able to walk. Lameness

  • Does your horse have issues if you take his shoes off? Why can't my horse go barefoot?

  • What to do about bone chips Bone Chips

  • Some horses need joint supplements. They may be very hard-working, have some arthritis, or are weekend warriors. Joint Issues

  • Every horse trips occasionally. But if your horse trips numerous times on every ride, you have a tripping horse problem. Tripping Horses

  • Lateral work includes renvers, shoulder in, sidepass, pole bending, barrel racing, reining…and more. Lateral Work

  • You’ve probably used many different strategies to get correct long and low form. But what if your horse just won’t or can’t seem to do it? Long & Low

  • Problems with picking up lead(s), changing leads, flying lead changes, gait transitions, and more. Lead Changes

  • There is a lot of horse information available regarding horse stretch and suppling exercises. But do you need to do them? Stretching

  • Can horses really have one leg shorter than the other? Short Leg

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