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Equine Sports Massage Muscle Conditioning and Alignment
I specialize in Equine Sports Massage Muscle Conditioning and Alignment. Massaging your horse might sound silly, but even though you're horse may not look lame it could be sore. If your horse has randomly started acting up it might be the cause of some muscle soreness or maybe he even has a headache. If your horse isn't acting up or doesn't "seem" sore they could still benefit greatly from this. It increases blood flow, loosens them up helping them perform better and move better, helps with a better recovery of muscle injuries, and many other things. If you want to give this a shot and have your horse performing better than they already do give me a call. What can it hurt. (479) 353-4861 Thank You.
Status:Available
Name:Equine Sports Massage and Alignment
Breed:Other
Gender:Mare
Height:17.1 hands
Temperament:1 - Calm (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registered:Yes
Country:United States of America
Location:Russellville, AR 72801
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