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Equitopia traveled to U.C. Davis where Dr. Sarah leJeune conducted a radiographic study to investigate what happens to a horse's spine when it's using core muscles while the hind quarters are rounded and "engaged." Can "kissing spine" (when vertebra rub together) be averted by not riding with a hollow back? Watch the video to see the incredible results!

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