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Tina Nielsen

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When are Your Horse Actually Old?

It is often said that a horse can live until it is somewhere between 20 and 35 years old. This depends of course on the breed, how hard the...

Bulbs – the shock absorbers of a horse

Have you ever thought about the function of your horse’s bulbs? Well, the ones placed at the bottom of each leg of course. Companied by the other important parts...

Why Your Horse Benefits from Field-time

The more hours your horse gets to spend outside, the less risk of an injury. It is one of my mantras both as a veterinarian, but also as a...

Veterinarian: Three Things Creating a Strong and Durable Horse

The horse was born to live out in the open. Therefore, it is built in a way that makes it an amazing athlete. But to get a durable athlete,...

The 10 Most Dangerous Things – Seen Through the Eyes of a Horse

Horses can be scared of the silliest and craziest things - seen with our eyes. Their flight instinct can really put their owners to the test, and when that...

3 Pole Exercises to Develop Your Dressage Horse

Pole work is not just fruitful for jumping equipages or only just for fun. Actually, it is far from that. Training with poles helps improving the strength of your...

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