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Have you ever experienced a problem with a horse where you thought – could this be a physical issue?

I get emails every day from HorseClass students having issues with their horses acting up – from bucking, biting, refusing jumps, rushing under saddle, and more. 

Sometimes these problems are a result of poor training – the horse being confused or scared. Many times, it’s more than that. 

Especially when problems come up suddenly, there is often a physical cause. 

But finding what that cause is can be difficult and expensive! 

I learned a tool used by veterinary behaviorists that is invaluable in helping to find these physical problems and then be super targeted in specific diagnosis and treatment. 

It’s called a behavior surveillance video, and I will tell you all about it in this video. 

P.s. I highly recommend working WITH a veterinary behaviorist if you do this – many offer remote consultations even if they are not local to your area. You can get more information here.


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