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Equine Sports Massage is not a substitute for veterinary attention.  All work carried out is in accordance with the Veterinary Surgeons Act 1966, which states that veterinary consent must be approved before working on any animal. 

I will also not be able to work on the horse if there are any signs of lameness/ significant gait abnormality. Your veterinarian should be your first point of contact for any major concerns.

Please contact Lily for a veterinary consent form, which should be completed prior to any work.  

Whats on...

Keep your eyes peeled! There are some very exciting demonstrations coming soon!

I will be hosting my first ever demonstration open to any horse enthusiasts!

The great thing about these demonstrations is that they can be an interesting day at your yard and bring new ideas and methods.

TOPIC ONE will include top tips, solutions and ideas on how to keep your eventer in tiptop condition and performing his best throughout the season!

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June 14, 2019


Soundness and quality of performance are the main reasons of creating a synthetic training surface. Holt (2013) suggests that a synthetic surface which is inadequately constructed is widely seen to be documented as a risk factor to the soundness of the hors...

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