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Learn The Basics of Safely Wrapping Legs

 
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 05, 2011 9:29 am    Post subject: Learn The Basics of Safely Wrapping Legs Reply with quote

Learn the Basics of Safely Wrapping Legs/Remedies for Maintaining Soundness

Hands-On Clinics or Individual Help by Race Horse Trainer, Gail Meisner

MY SERIES OF CLINICS WILL TEACH YOU:

* Early signs of detection before serious injuries occur.
* How to safely wrap legs with Polos, standing wraps and running wraps
* Race horse leg remedies to prevent injuries and to restore soundness
* How to properly condition and warm-up to prevent injuries
* Behavior changes are usually due to early signs of injury and how to diagnose those signs
* An advanced clinic is offered for serious horsemen
* Training for Soundness clinc for prevention of lameness by fitness and methods to build bone

Powerpoint presentations with handouts are available from all clinics.

For further details visit www.secretsforsoundness.com or call 970-568-3105

FACTS EVERY HORSEMEN NEEDS TO KNOW:

You can bow a tendon from wrapping the wrong direction

You can blister a horse from improper sweating

You can bow a horse from using vetrap without cotton underneath

Vetrap should never be left on for a length of time

Vetrap is a good pressure bandage to stop bleeding

Mixing leg paints can blister a horse, even from mixing medication on a wrap

Your horse may not act tired, but may suffer for days from lack of fitness or injury

If you need an Advil, IBprofen, so does your horse

Improper shoeing and trimming can cause lameness, sore backs and many other issues

Change of behavior is usually caused from soreness
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