Originally Posted by Ecsworkshops
I'm sorry to say what you are saying is incorrect and you have come to believe that due to what you have been taught. As, one of the leading experts in the equestrian field for rehab therapy- -for many what I am saying is hard to believe however, I have cases worldwide to prove the fact the long back can change and is not due to breeding..
And again is only how the horse has come to compensate for being out of balance which is giving it the appearance of being long backed! You may want to research the other options out there about equine conformation!
How about providing your "evidence" rather than just claiming to have it?