Dr. Shelley Goodwin explains that grief is an individual process, and offers suggestions for coping with the loss of a horse.
A concussion is a type of traumatic brain injury in which the brain is jarred or shaken inside the skull. Most commonly, a concussion is caused by a blow to the head, but can also occur when the body takes a heavy impact. That means you could get a concussion when you fall off your horse, even if your head doesn't hit the ground.
n order to stay strong and sound, it's important to participate in a well-rounded fitness program that consists of cardiovascular or aerobic exercise, etc.
As long as your horse doesn’t have any kind of illness or injury, chances are he can benefit from stretching. Keep reading to learn some new stretches.
Brianna Kerr shares the story of how she became "grounded," unable to ride because of her struggles with post-concussion syndrome.
Learn some helpful stretches to make your trail riding experiences pain-free.