Clinical

trials

CASE ONE: CALYPSO

Calypso was a horse that we received under our care, with the typical symptoms indicating a possible stomach issue. Calypso, a Thoroughbred Ex-Racehorse, became the ideal candidate for our trials. He was slow under saddle, and did not respond to requests for forward…

CASE TWO: ALECTRA

A client’s horse, Alectra, a 14,3hh Nooitgedacht mare, came from a very competitive riding centre and was moved to a small yard when I started working with her and her owner. She was ridden by two young sisters who mostly hack and did the odd show-jumping competition…

CASE THREE: APPLE

The last pony we scoped was a crossbreed rescue, Apple. He was stuck in a small paddock with no forage for a very long time. Apple was skin and bone. His coat was dull, and he was very unhappy to move off of the leg. His new owner helped him look and feel so much better…