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Horse in training

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Horse in training

Training equipment forms part of your horse’s overall schooling and has a positive effect on its daily training session. Training equipment also ensures that your horse’s physical condition is maintained and that its muscles remain supple.


During exercise, lactic acid accumulates in the horse’s muscles. When the horse stops moving altogether after a training session, it can take up to three hours for the blood to eliminate the lactic acid. A proper warming-up and cooling-down will eliminate the lactic acid almost twice as fast. At the start of the next training session, the horse’s muscles will be less stiff.


Exercising the horse on a daily basis is good for its muscles, tendons, sinews and joints and thus reduces the risk of injuries.


Part of the horse’s basic training can be carried out using equipment. This will enable you to spend more time on individual (competition-oriented) training sessions.


Naturally, the safety of rider and horse is central. Depending on your horses’ behaviour and the purpose of the training when using, for instance, a horse walker, you will be able to make well-thought out decisions regarding walking and trotting speed and the period of time before turning the horses right or left, thanks to the easily operated computer.

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