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Have you ever wondered how a veterinarian would train and develop a horse? Find out from a veterinarian who’s also a Grand Prix dressage trainer and clinician.
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Have you ever wondered how a veterinarian would train and develop a horse? Find out from a veterinarian who’s also a Grand Prix dressage trainer and clinician. No matter your discipline, get your questions about fitness, muscle development, and sport- and stress-related injuries in the equine athlete.Have you ever wondered how a veterinarian would train and develop a horse? Find out from a veterinarian who’s also a Grand Prix dressage trainer and clinician.4/16/2014 13:20

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Tina Steward, DVM, is a veterinarian, chiropractor, and dressage trainer. Based in Oregon, Steward travels extensively giving dressage clinics from Training Level through Grand Prix and presenting seminars on equine anatomy, gaits, and soundness. She brings a unique understanding of muscle development and biomechanics to a classical approach to horse training. As a practicing veterinarian Steward also offers prepurchase and lameness consultations.

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