Theraband Equi Trainer equine core and back training system
Theraband Equi Trainer equine core and back training system
Theraband Equi Trainer equine core and back training system
Theraband Equi Trainer equine core and back training system
Theraband Equi Trainer equine core and back training system
Theraband Equi Trainer equine core and back training system
Theraband Equi Trainer equine core and back training system
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Theraband Equi Trainer equine core and back training system

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The Theraband Equi Trainer is a training aid that can be used either on the lunge or under saddle.

Horses that tend to lift through their abdominals and engage through their hind legs, naturally drop into a "long and low" outline as this is what they find most comfortable. Horses that usually rely on the riders hands for support (ever ridden a horse that leans on the bit) can learn how to support themselves by working correctly behind and using the right muscles rather than relying on someone or something to support them.

This system comes with a special saddle pad with clips and two high-resistance latex free rubber bands that can be used independently of each other or together. It is fully adjustable so you can increase the tension as you feel necessary. 

A fantastic aid to get your horse engaging their hindquarters and stepping through, whilst simultaneously lifting through their abdominals.