10 Equine Rehabilitation and Reconditioning Resources

Rehabilitating and reconditioning injured or out-of-shape horses can be daunting, but don’t worry ? we’re here to help.

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It’s no secret: Horses are accident prone. As a result, most owners will deal with an injured horse at some point. There’s an art to rehabilitating and reconditioning horses that can be daunting to those taking the task on, but don’t worry … we’re here to help.

Here are 10 resources on rehabilitating and reconditioning horses available to you for free on TheHorse.com.

For more information, search “rehabilitation” or “conditioning” on TheHorse.com.

ARTICLE: Reconditioning After Layup Whether your horse has downtime for an injury or just a much-needed vacation, how you bring him back can dictate his eventual competitive success. Here’s how to safely bring your horse back to peak condition.

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