Understanding Your Horses Back
by Sara Wyche

Pages: 264
Publisher: --
Edition: 1998, eBook Ed., 2011
Language: English
ISBN: 978-1847973634


The presence of back pain in horses is disputed, both among riders and veterinarians. It shouldn’t be. Pain is a nerve signal which is transmitted when specific chemicals are released in tissue that is threatened or damaged. This can happen in a back, just as it happens in a leg or a foot.
However, when the painful site is in the horse’s back, close to the spinal cord which is a direct link to the brain, and yet the horse is conditioned to show basic obedience to the rider, the behavioural expression of that pain can be extremely varied.

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