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Dorothy
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 Posted: Mon Oct 26th, 2015 11:06 am
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Hi Dr Deb,
I am trying to find any references you have made to how head twirling is prevented by overflexion.

I have tried the google advanced search, but not come up with anything. Can you suggest keywords to search with please?

Many thanks,
Dorothy

ilam
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 Posted: Mon Oct 26th, 2015 11:07 pm
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I also remember reading about this here before, and could never find it again. I thought it was more an explanation why lateral over-flexion crooked was detrimental to the horse? Back then I didn't understand it at all, these days I spend ample time fixing it in my TWH and never did it again with other horses, so reading about this for the first time was a lot of years ago. I was wondering how much of that material was in the pre-2007 forum archives? So much good stuff was in there. There is so much good material, I think it ought to be compiled in a book :-) I imagine it a bit like Buck's 7 Clinics in book form, organized according to theme, in a somewhat ascending order (i.e. increasing in complexity). I have quite a lot of printouts of various Dr. Deb forum posts that I needed at various points of the journey, all flailing around in a binder, I just recently looked though them to find something and was thinking this really needs to be  organized... Some are also likely just in my memory and were never printed out, such as old posts about head-twirling.



Isabel

Dorothy
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 Posted: Wed Oct 28th, 2015 10:38 pm
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Aha! I've found what I was looking for.... the paramastoid processes.
Dorothy


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