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Old 01-09-2013, 11:02 AM   #1
Out West Saddlery
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Default Horse Neuro Muscular Dentistry & Saddle Fit

Proper dentistry is critical to whole horse health and performance. Here is a link to an article about Equine Neuromuscular Dentistry information provided by the Albert Einstein of horse dentistry Spence LaFlure http://outwestsaddlery.com/html/equi...dentistry.html. If your saddle doesn't fit properly among other things your horse won't stay in balance in his body, feet or teeth because of the way they hold their body to get away from pain. Here are is some information about saddle fit evaluation etc http://outwestsaddlery.com/html/sadd...formation.html & http://outwestsaddlery.com/html/sadd...ng_guide_.html If you have any questions feel free to give us a call at 800-863-6405. Thanks, Terri Out West Saddlery
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