I thought I’d share with you this shot I took recently of two of HorsePower Riding Academy’s ponies, Mini and Snowy, thoroughly enjoying nibbling each other’s backs for a lovely scratch. It can be hard not having hands….
Just as humans benefit from treatment by a specialist if they have mobility restrictions or pain, so too, horses can benefit from chiropractic treatment: manipulation of the neck, lumbar spine, pelvis, hips and legs to take pressure off joints and relieve soreness and stiffness.
Kenneth Butler has been an equine chiropractor for 35 years. He treats Sandie’s horses at HorsePower Riding Academy as well as agisted horses there and many other horses, including racehorses, if they develop problems in movement or flexibility or exhibit signs of pain. It is his years of training and experience that enables him to treat equine mobility issues with such success. He has extensive knowledge of equine anatomy and medical issues that chiropractic treatments may or may not help. Please don’t try to copy anything you see Ken doing in the photos here. To do so without appropriate training and experience could cause injury to the horse and also to yourself.
In preparation for an upcoming show, a yearling agisted at HorsePower Riding Academy was clipped by equine clipping and presentation specialist, Lehan Britten.
Lehan’s work includes equine body clipping, show clipping, mane and tail plaiting, and mane-pulling.
HorsePower Riding Academy was abuzz with excitement and activity this morning as riders arrived to ready their ponies for a two-day (and two-night) camp at Morrisset.
Ponies were washed, brushed, plaited and painted to make them beautiful for the show and camp.
It was a perfect day – sunny, mild and without wind – at HorsePower Riding Academy for the first day of the September school holidays three-day camp.
Riders arrived early, and were mounted and in the arena at 10am, where they got acquainted with their ponies and horses, and rode until lunch time.
Continue reading A great first day at camp
The camp for the first week of the September/October 2016 school holidays is now sold out. Book now to secure a place for the second week.
First week – three-day camp – SOLD OUT
Wednesday to Friday 28-30 September
The cost is $300 per rider for the three days.
Horses, safety helmets, accommodation and all food is included.
Continue reading September/October 2016 camps – first week sold out