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Connections in the horse Paperback – 2 February 2021

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  • Publisher : Verlag von Bismarck (2 February 2021)
  • Language : English
  • Paperback : 216 pages
  • ISBN-10 : 3982282144
  • ISBN-13 : 978-3982282145
  • Dimensions : 14.81 x 1.17 x 21.01 cm

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About the Author

Julie von Bismarck has a broad overview of equestrian sport. Having grown up with horses herself and as a rider since early childhood, she soon went on to become a pioneer in the osteopathic treatment and acupuncture of horses around the world. For over twenty years, she treated every breed of horse, ranging from international competitors to leisure horses. In every area she was confronted with the consequences that negative changes in the equestrian world, due to the replacing of old principles and guidelines, were having for horse welfare. She became convinced that the vast majority of problems could have been avoided had riders and owners had the right information, and decided to devote herself to education. Today, Julie shares her knowledge as a lecturer, a prominent author on equestrian matters and a public advocate for equine welfare.

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