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Date Posted: 19:12:20 06/07/10 Mon
Author: Ileana
Subject: Natural Lift
In reply to: Missy 's message, "Natural lift??" on 09:47:14 05/24/10 Mon

I own a Friesian colt and Saddlebreds. I work closely with the trainer to develop my young horses. Saddlbred trainers know how to enhance the motion that a horse already has through these devices. And that is KEY. The answer to your questions is yes, the dutch use training devices on Friesians similar to saddlebreds to enhance the motion that they already have. If you don't believe me, check out Tweespan's website and look at their training devices. You'll see a leather cuff with metal rings that function similarly to chains used on saddlebreds. However, caution must be used when applying these devices - Leave that to the professionals.

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