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Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Advice for helping a teenager who is asking about horsemanship (5 replies - 1632 views)

Oh this resonates so much to me. As a child of about 8 years old is when I went to my first horse camp. The ...   Sun Mar 17th, 2019 05:12 pm

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Old shoulder injury - can we talk about the functional effects on the neck/poll? (46 replies - 13159 views)

This is so great! Thank you Redmare, for such a detailed discussion. I just pictured myself riding right along with you on this horse. It ...   Thu Jan 31st, 2019 05:27 pm

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Ideas needed for emergency fund for horse ownership (4 replies - 3048 views)

My gelding had two incisor teeth pulled due to periodontal gum type issues. That was three years ago. It was a scheduled appointment and ...   Mon Nov 27th, 2017 08:36 pm

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Long and Low (26 replies - 27891 views)

Your welcome Zuzana. Thank you for sending in the photo for observation and discussion. Is this your horse? What breed is he? He is lovely. ...   Mon Nov 30th, 2015 08:58 pm

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Long and Low (26 replies - 27891 views)

Thank you Dr. Deb, for pointing out the things I missed. I do get confused with cause and effect. After looking up the difference I ...   Mon Nov 30th, 2015 08:52 pm

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Long and Low (26 replies - 27891 views)

The reason I say he is being pushed forward more than is good for him is I look at his two left limbs, it ...   Mon Nov 30th, 2015 08:41 am

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Long and Low (26 replies - 27891 views)

Is the horse being pushed a little more than would be good for him? I believe he prefers to travel clock wise. Just my observation Thanks, Linda ...   Mon Nov 30th, 2015 04:44 am

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > More Audio Lessons please! (1 reply - 1718 views)

I was just thinking about that myself. Maybe one on lunging/round penning or cavaletti work. Linda ...   Sun Nov 1st, 2015 09:51 pm

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Why do you need a clinician? (29 replies - 14524 views)

I agree with Juliet, about a good ole' book and pictures. There's nothing better to me than to sit down with my favorite horsemanship book ...   Fri Feb 6th, 2015 05:50 am

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Lead changes every stride only behind (31 replies - 17489 views)

Thank you Dr. Deb, I believe I now understand what type of flexion you were talking about to adopt any leading lead leg. Thanks again, looking ...   Tue Mar 18th, 2014 07:15 am

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Lead changes every stride only behind (31 replies - 17489 views)

Another shot at it! The back must become convex to the outside of the bend. Right lead/convex on outside or left side and visa-versa going on ...   Mon Mar 17th, 2014 10:50 pm

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Lead changes every stride only behind (31 replies - 17489 views)

I'd say the horse coils it's loins, but Paige already mentioned that. So then I would say the answer "b" previously, the horse flexes it's ...   Mon Mar 17th, 2014 07:10 pm

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Lead changes every stride only behind (31 replies - 17489 views)

I'm thinking "a" also. In my mind I picture the four beat walk LF-RF-LH-RH...at beat three in the walk at the LH is where the ...   Sun Mar 16th, 2014 06:47 pm

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Jineen's Thread -- Now it's about the feet (55 replies - 45389 views)

Well I found a vet. to work on my horse's incisors. I gave him the forum discussion on this subject, that you advised, Dr.Deb. He ...   Mon Dec 30th, 2013 03:56 am

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Jineen's Thread -- Now it's about the feet (55 replies - 45389 views)

I guess I am not listening or thinking very well. I realize now what it means by killing the teeth. It means that the ...   Sat Dec 7th, 2013 04:59 pm

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Jineen's Thread -- Now it's about the feet (55 replies - 45389 views)

This is all good. I was just stumped by the quote "incisor reduction can kill your horse." Yes, of course infection would be killing your ...   Sat Dec 7th, 2013 03:07 pm

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Jineen's Thread -- Now it's about the feet (55 replies - 45389 views)

Dr. Deb, I have a question. I have heard some DVM's talk about incisor reductions that have caused infections and the death of some horses. I ...   Sat Dec 7th, 2013 01:02 am

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Jineen's Thread -- Now it's about the feet (55 replies - 45389 views)

Oh, hello DarlingLil, Yes I have been giving Obie Mg, but stopped giving it recently so that the vets could get a true reading of my ...   Sun Dec 1st, 2013 05:54 pm

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Jineen's Thread -- Now it's about the feet (55 replies - 45389 views)

I'm feeling that I probably waited too long to address my horses issues with his chewing. The symptoms were at a much lesser degree. Until ...   Sun Dec 1st, 2013 05:20 pm

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Jineen's Thread -- Now it's about the feet (55 replies - 45389 views)

I have a few things to report. I had a full panel blood analysis done on my horse. No findings of any edema or heart issues. ...   Sun Dec 1st, 2013 05:45 am


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