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Anatomy and Biomechanics of the Horse

Trailer horse anatomy and biomechanics
Animal Physiotherapist Francis Gommans

Trailer horse anatomy and biomechanics

Anatomy and biomechanics of the horse 

In this online masterclass I will teach you where the bones, joints, vertebrae and muscles that are important for training your horse are located and how they move in relation to each other.


You are your horse's personal trainer, whether you are riding, lunging or doing ground work, you are training him. Your horse depends on you whether this is done correctly or whether you train him incorrectly and increase the risk of injuries.


Even at the highest level, a lot goes wrong (unconsciously and unintentionally) and the wrong muscles are trained, which is far too stressful for the vertebrae, joints and tendons, resulting in injuries such as tendon injuries, kissing spines, cervical vertebrae problems, muscle tension, back problems etc. Unfortunately, too little attention is paid to the anatomy and biomechanics of the horse in instructor training. But wouldn't you also like the personal trainer standing next to you in the gym to know what he is doing when he makes you do heavy exercises? Because you don't want an injury, do you?


After watching this video, you will understand when a horse uses its muscles biomechanically correctly and incorrectly. Save veterinary costs for injections in the neck and kissing spines, save months of rehabilitation due to a tendon injury and costs for treating back problems in your horse. By training your horse correctly you not only make him a happy but also a healthy athlete!

  • Horse anatomy and biomechanics

    6 maanden geldig
    • Become your horse's best personal trainer
    • Learn to understand how the horse moves its body correctly
    • Prevent training injuries and vet costs
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