Join Date: May 2007
Location: Adelaide Hills, South Australia
It's great, if you have a good chiro as there are some cooks out there pretending.
I've been lucky with my horses as they will tell me in their own way that something is not right. My previous TB mare would let loose whilst being ridden (she had hip problems usually) and just be totally unreasonable and her daughter is the same (tends to twist her spine), while my stock horse used to do mini pigroots (contracted groin muscle).
My chiro (I use him for myself as well) does everything manually, but he also has a machine called a Thumper which is a percussion massager that loosens up the muscles where needed so that he can adjust the horse.