No Footing, No Horse

When it comes to training, riding, and performing, a lot of factors come into play that can challenge soundness. With that being said, how often do we look at what is under our horses’ feet or in the arena when considering injury risk?

Dr. Sarah le Jeune and Christina Rohlf have been studying footing and riding surfaces to assess risk of injury as well as ability to perform. In this week’s podcast episode, we dive into the factors at play, and talk about the fine line we often walk with equines when considering footing options for our arenas.

You can hear the full conversation on any podcast app under “The Humble Hoof,” or directly at this link: https://thehumblehoof.libsyn.com/no-footing-no-horse-with-dr-sarah-le-jeune-and-christina-rohlf

How do you decide what footing to use or ride on? Have you noticed a difference in your horse’s performance and movement in different settings?

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