Rehabilitation for horses is a rapidly evolving field with many alternative treatments now available. Often the road to recovery may seem daunting and that’s not just for the horse. “It can be demoralizing and stressful when your horse goes wrong,” says Emma Hawthorne of Flawborough Equine, “but injury treatment and prevention is all in the course of a day’s work to the team here. Working closely with vets and remedial farriers and a whole team of complementary therapists we are able to deliver effective bespoke rehabilitation solutions according to individual needs.” 8 year old grey KWPN gelding Pea had had...

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