Amanda Akerman Jumping | 1 Question | 2 Answers

Looking for suggestions to help
A horse recover faster in between jumping classes and show days. I typically do one or two classes/day two days in a row at 1.25-1.40m.

Looking for suggestions to help
A horse recover faster in between jumping classes and show days. I typically do one or two classes/day two days in a row at 1.25-1.40m.
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Getting the tendons cooled well after each class (or day if the classes are close together) will really help them feel more energised the next day - the IceVibe boots are great because they cool and massage the tendons!
I agree, electrolytes, water, even ice boots work very well.
Walk the horse between the classes. Give it electrolytes and a lot of water to drink. I recommend "Cavalor an energy boost" it's full of electrolytes and gives the horse new energy super quick!
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