Staying Level

There are four basic shapes or ‘top lines’ of its neck and head that a horse can use to express itself. High-headed while inverted, low-headed, level-head- ed and high-headed while ‘rounded.’ High-headed and inverted (or ‘hollow’) causes the most problems, so we’ll start there.

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